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Imagerie visuelle et rappel moteur d'enchaînements : effet du bilinguisme français vs créole

Abstract : The two experiments reported in the present paper concern (i) the differential imagery value of French and Creole and (ii) the influence of language on the recall of sequences of patterned movements in a bilingual population. Creole words were obtained a higher imagery value than French words, certainly because Creole is an oral and vernacular language. Motor recall scores were better when the sequence was presented in Creole compared to French. The generation of visual images by Creole would facilitate the memorization and recall of new sequences of movements. The effect of language on imagery value of words and motor recall among bilingual French–Creole subjects was discussed in terms of nature of information encoding in each language.
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Frédéric Anciaux, Peddy Caliari, Christian Alin, Michel Le Her, Yves-André Féry. Imagerie visuelle et rappel moteur d'enchaînements : effet du bilinguisme français vs créole. Psychologie Française, Elsevier Masson, 2005, 50 (4), pp. 419-436. ⟨10.1016/j.psfr.2005.05.011⟩. ⟨hal-01540163⟩

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