Biography

Dr Louis Renoult joined UEA as a lecturer in Psychology in September 2013. He completed his PhD at McGill University (Montreal, Canada) in 2010 and was a post-doctoral researcher at the Rotman Research Institute (Baycrest, Toronto) and at the University of Ottawa from 2010 to 2013.

His main research focus is the cognitive neuroscience of memory. He uses behavioural as well as functional neuroimaging methods in his research.

Indicative Publications

Renoult, L., Tanguay, A., Beaudry, M., Tavakoli, P., Moscovitch, M., Levine, B., Campbell, K., Davidson, P.S.R. (2016) Personal semantics: Is it distinct from episodic and semantic memory? An electrophysiological study of memory for repeated events and autobiographical facts. Neuropsychologia (special issue: "Functional selectivity in perceptual and cognitive systems – a tribute to Shlomo Bentin").

Renoult, L., Davidson, P.S.R., Schmitz, E., Park, L., Campbell, K., Moscovitch, M., Levine, B. (2015) Autobiographically significant concepts: More episodic than semantic in nature? An electrophysiological investigation of overlapping types of memory. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 27:1, 57-72.

Renoult, L., Davidson, P.S.R., Palombo, D.J., Moscovitch, M., Levine, B. (2012). Personal Semantics: At the crossroads of semantic and episodic memory. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 16:11, 550-558 (featured on the cover).

Renoult, L., Wang, X., Calcagno, V., Prévost, M., Debruille, J.B. (2012). From N400 to N300: Variations in the timing of semantic processing with repetition. Neuroimage, 61, 206-215.

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