Beaudoin Marine
Axe Prévention
Email: marine.beaudoin@univ-smb.fr
Poste:Maitre de conférences
Ville:Chambéry
Téléphone:0479759190
Thèmes de recherche:Auto-efficacité, Perception de compétence, Mémoire, Métamémoire, Vieillissement, Buts de performance, Anxiété, Effort cognitif, Motivation, Autorégulation

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Globalement, je m’intéresse aux déterminants psychosociaux du vieillissement cognitif. Plusieurs études montrent aujourd’hui l’importance de ne pas seulement considérer le vieillissement cognitif dans la perspective neurobiologique jusque-là dominante mais dans une perspective plus complète tenant compte de l’intervention de facteurs psychosociaux (buts personnels, motivations et croyances) qui se modifient avec l’âge en raison de nombreuses influences sociales (rôle sociaux, stéréotypes sur le vieillissement) et jouent un rôle important dans le fonctionnement cognitif de l’adulte âgé.

Actuellement, j’étudie le rôle joué par le manque de confiance qu’ont les adultes âgés en leur mémoire (sentiment d’auto-efficacité mnésique, SAM) dans le déclin des performances de mémoire épisodique observé au cours du vieillissement. Dans quelle mesure et dans quelles circonstances le SAM influence-t-il les performances de mémoire des adultes âgés ? Quels sont les mécanismes responsables de l’effet délétère d’un SAM faible sur les performances de mémoire ?

Mots clés : auto-efficacité, perception de compétence, mémoire, métamémoire, vieillissement, buts de performance, anxiété, effort cognitif, motivation, autorégulation.

Overall, I am interested in studying the psychosocial determinants of cognitive aging. An increasing number of studies show the importance of considering cognitive aging not only from the classical “neurobiological” point of view but in a broader perspective that takes into account the impact of psychosocial factors (personal goals, motivation, beliefs) that change with age as a result of social influences (social roles, aging stereotypes).

I am currently working on the role played by the lack of confidence older adults have in their memory abilities (memory self-efficacy, MSE) in the episodic memory decline observed during aging. To what extent and under what circumstances does MSE influence older adults’ memory performance? What mechanisms are responsible for the deleterious impact of low MSE on episodic memory performance?

Key words: self-efficacy, self-perception of competency, memory, metamemory, aging, performance goals, anxiety, cognitive effort, motivation, self-regulation.

Beaudoin, M., Barra J., Dupraz L., Mollier‑Sabet P. & Guerraz M. (2020). The impact of embodying an “elderly” body avatar on motor imagery. Experimental Brain Research, 238, 1467–1478. doi: 10.1007/s00221-020-05828-5

Vallet, F., Mella, N., Ihle, A., Beaudoin, M., Fagot, D., Ballhausen, N., Baeriswyl, M., Schlemmer, M., Oris, M., Kliegel, M. & Desrichard, O. (in press). Motivation as a mediator of the relation between cognitive reserve and cognitive performance. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences. doi: 10.1093/geronb/gby144

Mella, N., Vallet, F., Beaudoin, M., Fagot, D., Baeriswyl, M., Ballhausen, N., Métral, G., Sauter, J., Ihle, A., Gabriel, R., Oris, M., Kliegel, M. & Desrichard, O. (in press). Distinct effects of cognitive versus somatic anxiety on cognitive performance in old age: the role of working memory capacities. Aging & Mental Health. doi: 10.1080/13607863.2018.1548566

Beaudoin, M. (2018). Memory performance in older adults: Experimental evidence for the indirect effect of memory self-efficacy on processing efficiency through worry. Motivation and Emotion, 42, 885-895. doi: 10.1007/s11031-018-9703-5

Beaudoin, M. & Desrichard, O. (2017). Memory self-efficacy and memory performance in older adults: The mediating role of task persistence. Swiss Journal of Psychology, 76, 23-33. doi: 10.1024/1421-0185/a000188

Vallet, F., Agrigoroaei, S., Beaudoin, M., Fournet, N., Paignon, A., Roulin, J.L. & Desrichard, O. (2015). Older adults’ beliefs about forgetting and aging predict memory self-efficacy above and beyond actual memory performance and mental health. Revue Internationale de Psychologie sociale / International Review of Social Psychology, 28, 57-79.

Fournet, N., Roulin, J.L., Vallet, F., Beaudoin, M., Agrigoroaei, S., Paignon, A., Dantzer, C., & Desrichard, O. (2012). Evaluating short-term and working memory in older adults: French normative data. Aging & Mental Health, 16, 922-930. doi:10.1080/13607863.2012.674487

Klein-Koerkamp, Y., Beaudoin, M., Baciu, M., & Hot, P. (2012). Emotional Decoding Abilities in Alzheimer's Disease: A Meta-Analysis. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, 32, 109-125. doi: 10.3233/JAD-2012-120553

Beaudoin, M. & Desrichard, O. (2011). Are memory self-efficacy and memory performance related? A meta-analysis. Psychological Bulletin, 137, 211-241. doi: 10.1037/a0022106

Beaudoin, M. & Desrichard, O. (2009). Validation of a short French state test worry and emotionality scale. Revue Internationale de Psychologie Sociale/International Review of Social Psychology, 22, 79-104.

Beaudoin, M., Agrigoroaei, S., Desrichard, O., Fournet, N. & Roulin, J.-L. (2008). The French validation of the Memory Self-Efficacy Questionnaire. European Review of Applied Psychology, 58, 165-176.