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Gillioz, Christelle Olivia; Zufferey, Sandrine (2020). Introduction à la linguistique expérimentale [Textbook] . Londres: ISTE

Gillioz, Christelle Olivia; Sato, Sayaka; Jaeggi, Tiziana; Gygax, Pascal (12 October 2018). When perceiving the future closer than it is: a psycholinguistic investigation of the way we talk about the future (Unpublished). In: Days of Swiss Linguistics 2018. Bern. 12.10.2018.

Soriano, Cristina; Gillioz, Christelle Olivia; Fontaine, Johnny; Scherer, Klaus R. (March 2017). Linguistics and emotion words: The meaning of nouns and adjectives. (Unpublished). In: International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS)..


Gillioz, Christelle; Zufferey, Sandrine (2021). Introduction to experimental linguistics [Textbook] . London: Wiley-ISTE 10.1002/9781119801719

Gillioz, Christelle Olivia; Lüthold, Patrick Marcel; Gygax, Pascal; Zufferey, Sandrine (13 September 2017). Assessing the role of L1 transfer and working memory for learners's ability to process discourse connectives. (Unpublished). In: Societas Linguistica Europea. Zurich.

Gillioz, Christelle Olivia; Fontaine, Johnny R. J.; Soriano, Cristina; Scherer, Klaus (2016). Mapping Emotion Terms into Affective Space: Further Evidence for a Four-Dimensional Structure. Swiss journal of psychology, 75(3), pp. 141-148. Huber 10.1024/1421-0185/a000180

Gillioz, Christelle Olivia; Gygax, Pascal M. (2016). The specificity of emotion inferences as a function of emotional contextual support. Discourse Processes, 54(1), 0-0. Taylor & Francis 10.1080/0163853X.2015.1095597

Gygax, Pascal; Gillioz, Christelle Olivia (2015). Emotion inferences during reading: Going beyond the tip of the iceberg. In: O'Brien, Edward J.; Cook, Anne E.; Lorch, Robert F. (eds.) Inferences during reading (pp. 122-139). Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press

Gillioz, Christelle Olivia; Gygax, Pascal; Tapiero, Isabelle (2012). Individual differences and emotional inferences during reading comprehension. Canadian journal of experimental psychology - Revue canadienne de psychologie expérimentale, 66(4), pp. 239-250. Canadian Psychological Association 10.1037/a0028625

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