Our Lab

- In the Executive Function Lab, we perform empirical research to unveil the anatomo-functional mechanisms underlying selective attention and executive control of behavior in physiological conditions.

- Additionally, we are interested in understanding how brain functioning changes with adverse events such as normal aging, brain lesions, or psychiatric disorders.

- Finally, we  also investigate how significant life experiences such as highly demanding professions and more generally cognitive reserve shape our mind-brain relationship.

- The methods we use include: experimental psychology, neuropsychology, electroencephalography, neuroimaging, mouse-tracking and neuromodulation techniques.

- For an updated list of our published work, please visit our Publications page.

EEG fMRI study
Please also contact us if you are interested in joining our lab!

We also have fun from time to time...