Institution : University of Geneva
Department : Swiss Center for Affective Sciences (CISA)
Discipline : Psychology and Neurosciences
Research field : Affective Psychology and Neurosciences
Supervisor : D. Grandjean, M. Filippa
Thesis topic : How early neural entrainment induced by rhythmic emotional vocal and motor stimulation impacts on anticipatory processes in prematurely and term-born infants.
Isabelle Rambosson is a Ph.D. student at the Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, University of Geneva. She holds a M.Sc. in Affective and Cognitive Psychology and a B.A. in Psychology.
She is currently studying the mechanisms of anticipation and prediction in prematurely and term-born infants, with the support of a Swiss National Science Foundation grant obtained by Prof. Didier Grandjean and Dr. Manuela Filippa.