Brain and Spine Institute (ICM), Paris, France
Translational Neuromodelling Unit (TNU), ETH, Zurich, Switzerland.
I am currently a group leader at ICM (team Motivation Brain and Behaviour) and an honorary fellow at the TNU.
I am interested in how the brain learns and makes decisions. I am also designing computational approaches for inference on complex systems.
The BRAiN'US project:
BRAiN’US is a smartphone app gathering 8 fun tests, which we have designed to decompose the way the brain makes decisions.
Let's crowdsource brain experiments!
Does the way we read others' mind change over the lifespan? Insights from a massive web poll of cognitive skills from childhood to late adulthood.
D. Klindt, M. Devaine, J. Daunizeau
Cortex (2016), in press. [PubMed]
Dynamic Causal Modelling of brain-behaviour relationships
Rigoux L., Daunizeau J.
Neuroimage (2015), 117: 202-221. [PubMed]
The social Bayesian brain: does mentalizing make a difference when we learn?
Devaine M., Hollard G., Daunizeau J.
PLoS Comp. Biol. (2014), 10(12): e1003992. [PubMed]
Bayesian model selection for group studies - revisited
Rigoux L., Stephan K. E., Friston K. J., Daunizeau J.
Neuroimage (2014), 84: 971-985. [Pubmed]