I am a postdoctoral researcher in cognitive science @ Ghent University interested in how our mind represents information and flexibly uses it to interact with the world.
My research focuses on studying the flexibility of perceptual and mnesic representations at behavioral and neural levels, and the cognitive control mechanisms that allow to flexibly use these information to perform various tasks. I tackle these questions using psychophysical protocols, computational modelling, and neuroimaging (EEG & fMRI).
For more details, see my publications.
- Avril 2021: New paper out in Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease : “Language network connectivity increases in prodromal Alzheimer’s disease.” (preprint)
- Mar. 2021: I will be giving a talk at BAPS 2021 (28th of May) on “Predicting cognitive effort investment from neural representations of objective and subjective difficulty.”
- Mar. 2021: New paper out in Topics in Cognitive Science! “Neural representations of task context and temporal order during action sequence execution."" (preprint)
- Feb. 2021: New paper out in NeuroImage! “Neural oscillations track the maintenance and proceduralization of novel instructions.""