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Ripley, D., Verheyen, S. & Egré, P. (2019). The Sorites Paradox in Psychology. In S. Oms and E. Zardini (Eds.), The Sorites Paradox (pp. 263-286). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

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Ramus, F. (2013). A neurological model of dyslexia and other domain-specific developmental disorders with an associated sensorimotor syndrome. (pp. 75-102). doi:10.4324/9780203774915

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Ramus, F. & Szenkovits, G. (2011). Understanding the nature of the phonological deficit. (pp. 153-169). doi:10.4324/9780203838006

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Ramus, F., Peperkamp, S., Christophe, A., Jacquemot, C., Kouider, S. & Dupoux, E. (2010). A Psycholinguistic Perspective on the Acquisition of Phonology. In C. Fougeron (Eds.), Laboratory Phonology (Vol. 10 ).De Gruyter Mouton

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Murez, M., Smortchkova, J. & Strickland, B. (2020). The mental files theory of singular thought: A psychological perspective. In R. Goodman, J. Genone and N. Kroll (Eds.), Singular Thought and Mental FilesOxford University Press

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Kouider, S. (2018). Devenir scientifique pour comprendre qui nous sommes. In Michel Dugnat (Eds.), Bébé attentif cherche adulte(s) attentionné(s) (pp. 45-48). Toulouse, France: ERES

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Grèzes, J. & Dezecache, G. (2012). Communication émotionnelle: mécanismes cognitifs et cérébraux. In P. Allain, G. Aubin & D. Le Gal (Eds.), Cognition Sociale et NeuropsychologieSolal

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Grèzes, J. & Dezecache, G. (2014). Bases cérébrales et cognitives de la communication émotionnelle. In M. Botbol (Eds.), L'empathie au carrefour des sciences et de la cliniqueJohn Libbey Eurotext

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Dezecache, G., Eskenazi, T. & Grèzes, J. (2016). Emotional Convergence: A Case of Contagion? In Sukhvinder D. Obhi & Emily S. Cross (Eds.), Shared Representations: Sensorimotor Foundations of Social Life (Cambridge University Press ed., pp. 417).

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Chevallier, C. (2019). Theory of mind and autism: Revisiting Baron-Cohen et al.’s Sally-Anne study. In A. Slater and P. Quinn (Eds.), Developmental Psychology: Revisiting the Classic Studies 2nd edition (pp. 148-163).Sage