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Is tactile perception related with attention development?


This poster presents behavioral and cerebral measurements of the project MEDiATE. The project aims at identifying precursors of executive attention that can serve as early markers for attention disorder screening. In the first study, we demonstrate that tactile sensory processing is related with executive functions in everyday situations. In the follow-up study, preliminary data show Repetition Suppression (RS) and deviance detection in the tactile modality. During the Child ANT, we do not observe a strong difference between congruent and incongruent conditions, suggesting that our sample of children perform well on this task. To further investigate the relationship between brain evoked potentials for tactile sensory processing and attention, we need a larger sample of children, including younger children and children with high developmental risk or NDD, who may show larger differences between the congruent and incongruent conditions Such findings could help to promote new screening and remediation tools for attention deficits based on the quality of tactile sensory processing.
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hal-03770338 , version 1 (06-09-2022)


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Marie Anquetil, Victoria Dumont, Anne-Lise Marais, Nadege Roche-Labarbe, S. Rossi. Is tactile perception related with attention development?. 22nd conference of the European Society for COgnitive Psychology (ESCOP 2022), Aug 2022, Lille, France. 2022. ⟨hal-03770338⟩
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