Emilie Caspar is a postdoctoral researcher supported by a F.R.S.-FNRS grant. She is currently investigating how failures in the intention-action-outcome causal chain impact on the sense of agency. Her research focuses on the flexibility of the human sense of agency, precisely on contextual (e.g. obedience) and mechanical (i.e. deviant causal chains) situations in which the sense of agency is reduced. To answer these questions, she is using the classical intentional binding procedure coupled with a human-like robotic hand. She is also exploring the neural mechanisms that underlie the sense of agency in moral contexts.