I am a research scientist in Cognitive Sciences (Psychology / Neurosciences), specialized in learning and perception. My goal is to understand how we learn to see the world, or fail to, how we grow or lose cognitive skills and how the brain changes when that happens.
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To reach my objectives, I use psychophysics, fMRI, video games, complex models, robots, virtual reality and I conduct meta-analyses.
Short Bio: I have a background in general Psychology and Cognitive Sciences. I completed my Ph.D in Psychology at Université Paris Descartes about binocular rivalry and ambiguous perception. I conducted research in the universities of Paris, St. Andrews, Vanderbilt (Nashville), Oxford, UC Berkeley, Geneva, and I am now back in Paris. [More]
Have a look on my published work, my blog or my non-profit group.