Van der Henst Jean-Baptiste
Van der Henst Jean-Baptiste
Research Director, CNRS, Institut des Sciences Cognitives
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Inept reasoners or pragmatic virtuosos? Relevance and the deontic selection task
V Girotto, M Kemmelmeier, D Sperber, JB Van der Henst
Cognition 81 (2), B69-B76, 2001
Neural evidence that utterance-processing entails mentalizing: The case of irony
N Spotorno, E Koun, J Prado, JB Van Der Henst, IA Noveck
NeuroImage 63 (1), 25-39, 2012
How preschoolers use cues of dominance to make sense of their social environment
R Charafeddine, H Mercier, F Clément, L Kaufmann, A Berchtold, ...
Journal of Cognition and Development 16 (4), 587-607, 2015
Truthfulness and relevance in telling the time
JB Van Der Henst, L Carles, D Sperber
Mind & Language 17 (5), 457-466, 2002
The influence of power and reason on young Maya children's endorsement of testimony
T Castelain, S Bernard, JB Van der Henst, H Mercier
Developmental science 19 (6), 957-966, 2016
Testing the cognitive and communicative principles of relevance
JB Van Der Henst, D Sperber
Experimental pragmatics, 141-171, 2004
Strategies in sentential reasoning
JB Van der Henst, Y Yang, PN Johnson‐Laird
Cognitive Science 26 (4), 425-468, 2002
What’s behind a P600? Integration operations during irony processing
N Spotorno, A Cheylus, JB Van Der Henst, IA Noveck
PloS one 8 (6), e66839, 2013
The boss is always right: Preschoolers endorse the testimony of a dominant over that of a subordinate
S Bernard, T Castelain, H Mercier, L Kaufmann, JB Van der Henst, ...
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 152, 307-317, 2016
The mental model theory of spatial reasoning re‐examined: The role of relevance in premise order
JB Van der Henst
British Journal of Psychology 90 (1), 73-84, 1999
Recomposing a fragmented literature: How conditional and relational arguments engage different neural systems for deductive reasoning
J Prado, JB Van Der Henst, IA Noveck
Neuroimage 51 (3), 1213-1221, 2010
What's behind an inference? An EEG study with conditional arguments
M Bonnefond, JB Van der Henst
Neuropsychologia 47 (14), 3125-3133, 2009
An integrative interdisciplinary perspective on social dominance hierarchies
C Qu, R Ligneul, JB Van der Henst, JC Dreher
Trends in cognitive sciences 21 (11), 893-908, 2017
Children’s allocation of resources in social dominance situations.
R Charafeddine, H Mercier, F Clément, L Kaufmann, A Reboul, ...
Developmental psychology 52 (11), 1843, 2016
Mental model theory versus the inference rule approach in relational reasoning
JB Van der Henst
Thinking & Reasoning 8 (3), 193-203, 2002
Deduction electrified: ERPs elicited by the processing of words in conditional arguments
M Bonnefond, JB Van der Henst
Brain and language 124 (3), 244-256, 2013
When participants are not misled they are not so bad after all: A pragmatic analysis of a rule discovery task
V der Henst, S Rossi, W Schroyens
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 24 (24), 2002
Disabling conditional inferences: an EEG study
M Bonnefond, M Kaliuzhna, JB Van der Henst, W De Neys
Neuropsychologia 56, 255-262, 2014
The mental models theory of relational reasoning: Premises’ relevance, conclusions’ phrasing, and cognitive economy
W Schaeken, JB Van der Henst, W Schroyens
The mental models theory of reasoning: Refinements and extensions, 129-149, 2007
Spatial associations in relational reasoning: Evidence for a SNARC-like effect
J Prado, JB Van Der Henst, IA Noveck
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 61 (8), 1143-1150, 2008
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