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Hélène Mottier

Hélène Mottier


Doctorante

Laboratoire de Psychologie et Neurocognition
CNRS UMR 5105
Université Pierre Mendès-France
Bâtiment Sciences de l'Homme et Mathématiques
CS40700 - 38058 Grenoble Cedex 9 France

helene.mottier@gmail.com

Thesis

Visual Arts and Cognition : Visual development and buildup of aesthetic judgments. Supervised by David Meary & Olivier Pascalis.

Oral Communication

Mottier, H., Rico Duarte, L., & Raufaste, E. (2016). Vieillissement cognitif normal et pathologique : Effet du type de plainte cognitive sur le bien-être subjectif. Paper presented at the 57ème Congrès de la Société Française de Psychologie, Paris.

Teaching

2015-2016 Tutrice Pédagogique :
- Permanence approfondissement des connaissances théoriques et méthodologiques, niveau Licence.
- Cours particuliers pour étudiant-e-s en situation de handicap cognitif, niveau Licence.

Education

- 2015-2016 Master’s degree (2d year), Research, Psychology of Cognitive Processes of individual and social behaviours, with honours. Toulouse, Université Jean Jaurès.

Research Report : Evaluation of cognitive processes in self-reports on well-being : effects of normal aging ? Supervised by E. Raufaste & L. Rico-Duarte.

Internship : Memory Center, CHU Purpan. Evaluation of cognitive and mental health in gerontology. Supervised by S. Petit

- 2014-2015 Master’s degree (1st year), Cognitive Psychology and Ergonomic, with distinction. Toulouse, Université Jean Jaurès.

Research Report : Normal and Pathological Cognitive Aging : Type of complaints (subjective vs MCI) effect on subjective well-being. Supervised by E. Raufaste & L. Rico Duarte.

Internship : Clinical Research Center, CHU Purpan. Clinical Research and Prevention of physical and mental health in gerontology. Supervised by E. Bonhomme

- 2013-2014 Bachelor Degree, Psychology (option Cognitive Psychology, Ergonomic, Neuropsychology), with honours. Toulouse, Université Jean Jaurès.

Internship : General Direction of Civil Aviation (DGAC), Blagnac. Anticipation as the main cognitive strategy for the regulation of cognitive workload in air traffic control. Supervised by T. Casteran.