Research Groups

Affiliated Groups

 

 

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Prof. Arnaud D'Argembeau
Cognitive Neuroscience - Cognitive Psychopathology, ULG
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Multidisciplinary approach to the study of human cognition. It combines experimental behavioural procedures with neuroscientific methods, such as electroencephalography, transcranial electrical stimulation and functional neuroimaging.


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Prof. Daphné Bavelier
Brain and Learning Lab, UNIGE
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Brain and Learning Lab uses a multidisciplinary approach (behavior, brain imaging, eye tracking, vital statistics) to study how individuals learn and adapt after training. Since 2000, we study the impact of video games and more generally technology use on brain plasticity.


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Prof. Fabrice Clément
Institute of Language and Communication Sciences
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The conducted researches aim to explain cognitive and behavioral processes such as perception, learning, memory, reasoning, communication and belief acquisition by combining linguistic, psychological, ethological and ethnographical approaches.


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Prof. Geraldine Coppin
Food & Human Behavior Lab
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Her research focuses on the psychological and cerebral bases of olfactory and flavor preferences, as well as the mechanisms underlying food intake.


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Prof. Achim Elfering

UNIBE

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Prof. Ernst Fehr
Department of Economics, UNIZH
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The research focuses on the proximate patterns and the evolutionary origins of human altruism and the interplay between social preferences, social norms and strategic interactions.


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Prof. Andrea Samson
chEERS Lab, UNIGE
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Our Lab is interested in affective processes such as emotion reactivity and regulation in children, adolescents, and young adults with and without developmental disabilities. The ultimate goal of our research is to better understand mechanisms linked to mental health in these populations from an affective science perspective.


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Prof. Marianne Schmid Mast
Faculty of Business and Economics (HEC Lausanne), UNIL
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Our research focuses on the way individuals interact with hierarchies, perceive, and communicate. We use the immersive technology of virtual reality and social sensing to investigate interpersonal behavior.


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Prof. Franziska Tschan
Institut de psychologie du travail et des organisations, UNINE
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Emotion work and emotions at work


 

Emeritus

 

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Prof. Patrizia Lombardo

Department of Languages and French Literature, UNIGE


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Prof. Thierry Pun
Computer Vision and Multimedia Laboratory, UNIGE


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Prof. Klaus Scherer
Computational Modeling of Appraisal Theory of Emotion, UNIGE
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The central research concern is the empirical test of the Component Process Model of emotion (CPM), which predicts that emotions are elicited and differentiated on the basis of appraisal processes.


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Prof. Norbert Semmer

UNIBE


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Prof. Martial Van Der Linden
Unit of Psychopathology and Cognitive neuropsychopathology, UNIGE

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