I work in social psychophysiology within a behavioural biology perspective. I seek to understand the link between behavioural/physiological flexibility, pro(social) interactions, and stress (and more generally psychophysiological activation). I want to try to clarify under what conditions stress promotes or hinders prosocial behaviours, and conversely, under what conditions prosocial behaviours increase or decrease stress. One of the mechanisms I want to explore relies on the following associations:
The underlying idea is that behavioural/physiological flexibility is necessary for prosocial behaviour, but that stress reduces this flexibility. In this context, I want to try to find out what mechanisms are common or distinct between different species.
I also have projects dealing with methodology, epistemology, and data analysis. I try to adopt an open, slow and sustainable scientific approach and to gradually improve my research work in this perspective.
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PhD in Cognitive Science, Psychology and Neurocognition, 2016
Univ. Grenoble Alpes
PhD in Psychological Science, 2016
MSc in Cognitive Science, 2013
Grenoble Institute of Technology
BSc in Psychology, 2011
Univ. Blaise Pascal - Clermont-Ferrand