I completed my BSc, MSc, and PhD in Cognitive Psychology at Grenoble University. My research deals with metacognition and self-awareness in healthy adults and patients with cognitive impairment such as Multiple Sclerosis. During my PhD I particularly investigated the domain-generality of metacognition with a focus on self-evaluation of memory and visual perception such as confidence and feeling-of-knowing judgements. During my postdoc, I am working on the involvement of noradrenaline in confidence during adaptive learning through pupillometry and the observation the Locus Coeruleus activity using fMRI.

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