I am a researcher in Cognitive Sciences (Psychology / Neurosciences), specialized in learning and perception. My goal is to understand how we learn to see the world, how we grow cognitive skills and how the brain changes when learning.
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I use psychophysics, fMRI, eyetracking, video games and virtual reality and I conduct in-depth literature reviews.
Short CV: I have a background in general Psychology and Cognitive Sciences. I completed my Ph.D in Psychology at Université Paris Descartes about binocular rivalry. I conducted research in the universities of St. Andrews, Nashville (Vanderbilt), Paris, Oxford, UC Berkeley, and I am now in Geneva. [More]
Have a look on my published work, or my blog if you wish.