I am a researcher in Developmental Psychology.
I am currently working at the Institute of Education with Prof. Julie Dockrell, Dr. Emma Sumner and Dr. Anna Llaurado, on the van der Lely funded project: Language-learning needs on school entry.
As part of my PhD program, I investigated the effects of ambient noise on early learning (elementary school) with Denis Mareschal and Natasha Kirkham, at Birkbeck, University of London (Centre for Brain and Cognitive Development).
I have also been involved in research projects on the development of reading skills among primary school pupils in France (ENS Ulm & Grenoble Alpes University), on science learning in middle school (Center for Educational Neuroscience) and on the moral judgment of 5 to 9 years-old children (ENS Ulm).
I am passionate about the current debates surrounding the connection between the fields of research and education. That is why I am currently acting as the EARLI SIG 22 "Neuroscience & Education" JURE coordinator.