Enseignant-chercheur

Nadine MATTON

Enseignante-Chercheuse - ENAC (École Nationale de l'Aviation Civile) rattachée au laboratoire CLLE-LTC, axe "Rechercher-Apprendre-Décider"

Coordonnées

Tél
05 62 25 96 18
Mail
nadine.matton AT enac.fr

Discipline(s) enseignée(s)

Facteurs humains dans l'aéronautique

Thèmes de recherche

Différences individuelles d'aptitudes cognitives, apprentissages complexes, sélection, pilotage et contrôle aérien, multitasking

Activités / CV

2011-auj    Enseignante-chercheuse, ENAC

2009-2011 Post-doctorat, ENAC

2006-2009 Thèse en psychologie cognitive et psychométrie, financée par l'ENAC

1998-2005 L1, L2, L3, M1 de Psychologie (en parallèle de l'activité professionelle)

1997-2005 Chargée d'études consommateurs (ADRIA puis CONSOPOLE INSTITUT)

1994-1997 Ecole Nationale des Ingénieurs des Techniques des Industries Agro-Alimentaires, Nantes (spécialisation statistiques appliquées)

Publications extraites de HAL

Corps

Agent contractuel

Informations complémentaires

Mise à jour le 16/08/2018

Co-encadrement de thèses : Olivier Lefrançois (thèse en cours, co-encadrement avec Mickaël Causse, ISAE), Benoît Valéry (thèse soutenue en 2017, co-encadrement avec Frédéric Dehais, ISAE), Sébastien Puma (thèse soutenue en 2016, co-encadrement avec André Tricot, CLLE).

Publications :

Puma, S., Matton, N., Paubel, P., & Tricot, A. (2018). Cognitive Load Theory and time considerations: Using the Time-based resource sharing model. Educational Psychology Review, 30(3), 1199-1214.

Hidalgo-Munoz, A.R., Mouratille, D., Matton, N., Causse, M., Rouillard, Y., El Yagoubi, R. (2018). Cardiovascular correlated of emotional state, cognitive workload and time-on-task effect during a realistic flight simulation. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 128, 62-69.

Matton, N., Vrignaud, C., Rouillard, Y., & Lemarié, J. (2018). Learning flight procedures by enacting and receiving feedback. Applied Ergonomics, 70, 253-259.

Durand, N., Gotteland, J.-B., & Matton, N. (2018). Visualizing complexities: the human limits of air traffic control. Cognition Technology and Work, 1-12.

Puma, S., Matton, N., Paubel, V., Raufaste, E., & El Yagoubi, R. (2018). Using theta and alpha band power to assess cognitive workload in multitask environments. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 111-120.

Causse, M., Chua, Z., Peysakhovich, V., Del Campo, N. & Matton, N. (2017).
Mental workload and neural efficiency quantified in the prefrontal cortex using fNIRS. Scientific Reports, 7(1), 1-15.

Cegarra, J., Baracat, B., Calmettes, C., Matton, N., Capa, R. (2017). A neuroergonomics perspective on mental workload predictions in Jens Rasmussen's SRK framework. Le Travail Humain, 1, 7-22.

Matton, N., Paubel, P., Cegarra, J., & Raufaste, E. (2016). Differences in Multitask Resource  Reallocation after change in task values. Human Factors, 58,1128-1142.

Matton, N., Raufaste, E., & Vautier, S. (2013). External validity of individual differences in multiple cue probability learning: The case of pilot training. Judgment and Decision Making, 8, 589-602.

Vautier, S., Veldhuis, M., Lacot, E., & Matton, N. (2012). The ambiguous utility of psychometrics for the interpretative founding of socially relevant avatars. Theory & Psychology. 22:6, 810-822.

Veldhuis, M., Matton, N., & Vautier, S. (2012). Using IRT to Evaluate Measurement Precision of Selection Tests at the French Pilot Training. International Journal of Aviation Psychology, 22:1, 18-29.

Matton, N., Vautier, S., & Raufaste, E. (2011). Test-Specificity of the Advantage of Retaking Cognitive Ability Tests. International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 19,  11-17.

Matton, N., Vautier, S., & Raufaste, E. (2009). Situational Effects May Account for Gain Scores in Cognitive Ability Testing: A Longitudinal SEM Approach. Intelligence, 37, 412-421.

Communications avec actes (depuis 2010) :

Gayraud, D., Matton, N., Tricot, A. (2017, may). Efficiency of a situation awareness training module in initial pilot training. Paper presented at 19th International Symposium of Aviation Psychology, Dayton.

Lefrançois, O., Matton, N., Gourinat, Y., Peysakhovich, V., Causse, M. (2016, sept). The role of Pilots' monitoring strategies in flight performance. Paper presented at EAAP32, Cascais, Portugal.


Matton, N., & André, F. (2014). Flight training predictive validity of attention sharing with changing priorities. Oral presented paper at the Advances International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction in Aerospace. Santa Clara, California, USA. July 30-August 1.
 
Matton, N., Paubel, P., Cegarra, J., & Raufaste, E. (2014). Resource allocation strategies in multitasking after switch in task priorities. In K. Stanney and K.S. Hale (Eds.), Advances in Human Factors and Ergonomics 2014 20 Volume Set: Proceedings of the 5th AHFE Conference 19-23 July 2014 (pp. 187-193). Krakow, Poland: AHFE Conference 2014. 

Causse, M. & Matton, N.  (2014). Using near infrared spectroscopy to detect mental overload in flight simulator. In K. Stanney and K.S. Hale (Eds.), Advances in Human Factors and Ergonomics 2014 20 Volume Set: Proceedings of the 5th AHFE Conference 19-23 July 2014 (pp. 148-156). Krakow, Poland: AHFE Conference 2014. 

Matton, N., Raufaste, E., & Vautier, S. (2012). Assessing self-rated confidence during cognitive tasks: An exploratory study in the context of pilot selection.  Oral communication presented at the 30th European Association for Aviation Psychology Conference, Villasinius, Sardinia, 24-28 September.


Matton, N., Veldhuis, M., & Vautier, S. (2010). An Item Response Theory (IRT) approach to check correspondence between cut-off scores and maximal test information in French pilot selection. Proceedings of the 29th European Association for Aviation Psychology Conference, p.147-151, Budapest, Hungary, 20-24 september.