Gaétane Deliens is a post-doctoral researcher within the ACTE project. She completed a PhD thesis on the contributions of sleep stages in memory consolidation and in protection against lexical and emotional interference processes. She also studied the impact of sleep deprivation on social cognition skills such as visual perspecive-taking and sarcasm detection abilities. These last studies have led her to take a greater interest in Autism Spectrum Disorder. Within the ACTE project, she will investigate the extent to which pragmatic deficits in Autism Spectrum Disorder are best explained by Theory of Mind, executive functions or hypersensitivity to social cues. For more information, visit her personal homepage.