I joined the faculty of psychology and education with a permanent professorship at the ULB in 2014. After a Ph.D on the role of syllables in reading, I started working on the orthographic processing of words and on the impact of the consonant-vowel structure of letter strings. I examined these issues both in adults and in children, in different languages, using behavioral paradigmes (reaction times tasks, eye tracking) and neuroscientific approaches (EEG, MEG). More generally, I am interested in the mechanisms of reading, spelling, and word learning, as well as in the role of statistical learning in literacy and in the impact of reading motivation on written language abilities. For more information, visit my website.