Marine Thomasson

Marine Thomasson is a PhD student in the Department of Psychology at the University of the Geneva. She holds a M.Sc in Affective Psychology and a B.A in Psychology. Marine studies the functional  specialization and integration of the cerebellum in emotional habit formation and expression with patients suffering from basal ganglia and cerebellar stroke, Parkinson’s disease as well as healthy participants, with the support of a Swiss National Fundation Project grant.

Email. marine.thomasson@unige.ch

ORCID ID : 0000-0002-5213-2924

 

Publications

Peer-reviewed publications in international scientific journals

  • Thomasson, M., Benis, D., Saj, A., Voruz, P., Ronchi, R., Grandjean, D. & Péron, J. (In press). Sensory contribution to vocal emotion deficit in patients with cerebellar stroke. NeuroImage: Clinical.
  • Voruz, P., Allali, G., Benzakour, L., Nuber-Champier, A., Thomasson, M., Jacot, I., Pierce, J., Lalive, P., Lövblad, K.O., Braillard, O., Coen, M., Serratrice, J., Pugin, J., Ptak, R., Guessous, I., Landis, B., Assal, F., & Péron, J. (submitted). Long COVID neuropsychological deficits after severe, moderate or mild infection. MedrXiv. doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.02.24.21252329
  • Thomasson, M., Saj., A., Benis, D., Grandjean, D., Assal, F., Péron, J., (2019) Cerebellar contribution to vocal emotion decoding: insights from stroke and neuroimaging. Neuropsychologia, 132, 107-141.
  • Thomasson M. & Péron J. (2019) [Involvement of the cerebellum in the vocal recognition of emotions: the specificity of negative emotions?] Les Cahiers de Neuropsychologie Clinique, 8, 49-53.
  • Barisnikov K.#, Thomasson M.#, Stutzmann J., & Lejeune F. (2019) Relation between processing facial identity and emotional expression in typically developing school-age children and those with Down syndrome, Applied Neuropsychology: Child, DOI: 10.1080/21622965.2018.1552867 #These authors contributed equally to this work
  • Pierce, J., Ricou, C., Thomasson, M., Saj, A., (2018). Sensorimotor plasticity in response to predictable visual stimuli could correct the signs of spatial neglect. Ann Phys Rehabil Med (2018), 63(3):  198-199.

Oral communications

  • Thomasson, M., Saj, A., Benis, D., Grandjean, D., Assal, F., Péron, J. (2018) Cerebellar contribution to vocal emotion decoding: insights from stroke and neuroimaging, Oral communication, National Congress of Clinical Neuropsychology (CNNC 3), Amiens, France.
  • Thomasson, M., Collignon, A., Saj, A., Grandjean, D., Assal, F., Péron, J. (2018) Reconnaissance de la prosodie émotionnelle suite à un accident vasculaire du cervelet: une étude de cas unique, Oral communication, Société de Neuropsychologie de Langue Française, Marseille.

Posters

  • Thomasson, M., Saj, A., Benis, D., Grandjean, D., Assal, F., Péron, J. (2018) Cerebellar contribution to vocal emotion decoding: insights from stroke and neuroimaging, Poster, Annual Research Forum Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, Campus Biotech, Geneva.

Contributions to books

  • Collignon, A.#, Thomasson, M.#, Saj, A., Grandjean, D., Assal, F., Péron, J. (2018). Reconnaissance de la prosodie émotionnelle suite à un accident vasculaire du cervelet. In J. Péron (Ed.), Cas cliniques en neuropsychologie des émotions. Paris : Dunod. #These authors contributed equally to this work
  • Thomasson, M., Barisnikov, K., (2018). Evaluation et prise en charge des compétences socio-émotionnelles et du comportement chez un patient atteint de syndrome de Down. In J. Péron (Ed.), Cas cliniques en neuropsychologie des émotions. Paris : Dunod.

Master thesis

  • Thomasson, M. (2017). Le rôle du cervelet dans la reconnaissance de la prosodie émotionnelle : étude auprès de patients cérébrolésés. Université de Genève. Maîtrise de Psychologie.