I joined the CRCN in November 2018 to work on a project exploring the processes by which adults extract numerosity information from visual collections of elements. This research aims at combining behavioral and electrophysiological measurements to highlight the neural markers of the universal numerical intuition that every human possesses.
I recently graduated from a master in psychology specialized in neuropsychology and cognitive development at ULB (2018). My master thesis consisted in the elaboration of an ecological evaluation tool of the executive functions for patients with stroke or traumatic brain injury. More specifically, I focused on the resistance capacities of external distractors (sounds of the daily life such as barking, snapping of door,…), under the supervision of Patrick Fery.