PhD supervision : Christopher Moulin (LPNC) & Céline Souchay (LPNC)
This thesis focuses on the exploration of metacognitive processes in Multiple Sclerosis (MS), the objective being to identify the knowledge that patients of their cognitive and motor difficulties. The novelty of this thesis will be to use a neuropsychological and an experimental approach using the latest methods in metacognition research, rather than focus on questionnaire studies. Although some research has already evaluated awareness in these patients, it has not explored metacognition experimentally in connection with theoretical models. This work will not only allow a better definition of metacognitive processes in MS but should also inform the theoretical models of metacognition.
2016-2019 : PhD studies in Cognitive Neuropsychology
Laboratoire de Psychologie et Neurocognition (LPNC) - Ecole Doctorale Ingénierie pour la Santé, la Cognition et l’Environnement (EDISCE) Supervised by Christopher Moulin (LPNC) and Céline Souchay (LPNC).
2015-2016 : M.Sc. Research in Cognitive Psychology
Research dissertation : Relation entre mémoire implicite et mémoire explicite : utilisation d’un nouveau paradigme d’identification perceptive. Supervised by Christopher Moulin (LPNC) - Grenoble-Alpes University
2014-2015 : Master’s Degree in Experimental cognitive psychology
Research dissertation : Evaluation corticale de l’émotion : Effet de l’induction émotionnelle sur des mesures d’excitabilité corticale. Supervised by Alan Chauvin (LPNC) - Grenoble-Alpes University
2010-2013 : Bachelor in Psychology – Grenoble-Alpes University