Laboratoire Psychologie de la Perception - UMR 8242
Uni­ver­sité Paris Descartes
45 Rue des Saints Pères
75270 Paris Cedex 06


Postdoctoral researcher
AVoC group

karolina.moutsopoulou@-Code a retirer pour éviter le SPAM-parisdescartes.fr
+33 (0) 1 42 86 43 11 , room H431 D


  • Pfeuffer CU, Moutsopoulou K, Waszak F, Kiesel A. (2017). Multiple priming instances increase the impact of practice-based but not verbal code-based stimulus-response associations. Acta Psychol (Amst). (PDF)
  • Pfeuffer, CU, Moutsopoulou, K, Pfister, R, Waszak, F, Kiesel, A. (2017). The Power of Words: On item-specific stimulus-response associations formed in the absence of action. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 43(2), 328-347.
  • Desantis A, Waszak F, Moutsopoulou K, Haggard P. (2016). How action structures time: About the perceived temporal order of action and predicted outcomes. Cognition, 146, 100-9. (PDF)
  • Allenmark F, Moutsopoulou K, Waszak F. (2015). A new look on S-R associations: How S and R link. Acta Psychol (Amst), 160, 161-9. (PDF)
  • Hsu Y-F, Hämäläinen JA, Moutsopoulou K, Waszak F. (2015). Auditory event-related potentials over medial frontal electrodes express both negative and positive prediction errors. Biological Psychology, 106, 61-67. (PDF)
  • Moutsopoulou, K, Yang, Q, Desantis, A, Waszak, F. (2015). Stimulus-Classification and Stimulus-Action Associations: Effects of Repetition Learning and Durability. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 68(9), 1744-1757.
  • Moutsopoulou K, Waszak F. (2013). Durability of Classification and Action Learning: Differences revealed using ex-Gaussian Distribution Analysis. Experimental Brain Research, 226, 373-382. (PDF)
  • Moutsopoulou K, Waszak F. (2012). Across-Task Priming Revisited: Response and Task Conflicts Disentangled using Ex-Gaussian Distribution Analysis. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 38, 367-374. (PDF)
  • Muggleton NG, Postma P, Moutsopoulou K, Nimmo-Smith I, Marcel A, Walsh V. (2006). TMS over right posterior parietal cortex induces neglect in a scene-based frame of reference. Neuropsychologia, 44, 1222-1229. (PDF)