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Research Interests

I received my PhD in Psychology in 1994 from the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (Paris, France). Just before that, I obtained an advanced master degree in Cognitive Sciences from the same school (EHESS, Paris). From december 1994 to december 1995, I did a post-doc at the University of Birmingham (UK) with Professor Glyn Humphreys. After that I started to work as a CNRS researcher at the Laboratory of Experimental Psychology (Université René Descartes, Paris 5) from 1995 to july 2006. In september 2006, I moved to the Laboratoire de Psychologie Sociale et Cognitive (CNRS UMR 6024) at Blaise Pascal University in the center of France.

My research focuses mainly on visual word recognition and speech perception and production. My ongoing research combines classical experimental psychology (e.g. chronometric studies) with neuroimaging techniques (e.g., ERPs) to study how the mind/brain processes written and spoken language.