About me

I hold a PhD in cognitive psychology and neuropsychology, and the research questions I pursue are both fundamental and applied. My research focuses on questions related to cognitive aging and human memory, using an embodied and situated approach to cognition. This approach emphasizes the essential role of the body and context in cognitive functioning, which allows for a different way of thinking about cognitive functions and their interactions.

The embodied dimension is explored through the links between sensorimotor processes and cognition, as well as through the study of heart rate variability (HRV). The situated dimension is taken into account by studying representations of aging and retirement, ageism, and how retirement can act as a catalyst for cognition.

  • Human Memory
  • Cognitive aging
  • Embodied Cognition
  • Situated Cognition
  • Heart Rate Variability
  • International joint supervision of thesis in cognitive psychology and in neuropsychology, 2012

    Université Lyon 2 (France) & Université Laval (Qc, Canada)

  • Master's degree in Research in Cognitive Psychology and Neuropsychology, 2008

    Université Lyon 2 (France)

  • Master's degree in Clinical Neuropsychology, 2007

    Université de Caen (France)


Assistant Professor
Université Clermont Auvergne (UCA)
Sep 2016 – Present Clermont-Ferrand - FR
CRIUGM, University of Montreal
Sep 2013 – Aug 2016 Montreal (QC) CA
Memory errors in normal and pathological aging.

Recent & Upcoming Talks

Recent Publications

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(2023). First steps toward the French validation of the Memory Binding Test (fMBT). Topic in Cognitive Psychology.


(2023). Multitâche numérique : effets sur l’organisation et la performance à des tâches non-numériques. L’Année Psychologique, 123, 63-89.

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(2023). Échelle de Cognition Numérique (NUMERICOG). European Review of Applied Psychology, 73, 100873.

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