Studies in cognitive psychology and neuroscience aim at understanding our behaviors, our intellectual abilities and their biological foundations through brain mechanisms.
These scientific discoveries shed light on how we evolve throughout life and which factors influence the development of cognitive capacities.
Advances in cognitive psychology reveal how pieces of information in our environment trigger cognitive biases, influencing our perception, reasoning and decisions.
Complementarily, advances in cognitive neuroscience show which brain networks are involved in cognitive biases and how these brain networks interact dynamically to circumvent some cognitive biases.
CreaCog proposes series of conferences to enhance your knowledge and your work pratices based on these scientific discoveries.
Our conferences target 21st century skills, like creativity and critical thinking, to help professionals take up their challenges and to successfully achieve their projects.
We tackle these key skills with two main topics: how to develop soft skills and how to take advantage of new technologies.
Sandrine Duverne, researcher in cognitive psychology and neuroscience, takes ground on her scientific expertise to design series of conferences and to help unleash cognitive development at all ages.
Uncover brain dynamic to cultivate your personal competences and team work.
Learning capabilities, creativity, change management, leadership
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Sandrine Duverne is a researcher in cognitive psychology and neuroscience. She is an expert in cognitive aging and brain mechanisms involved in our most sophisticated behaviors and cognitive abilities.
Sandrine Duverne dedicates herself to transforming scientific discoveries into training solutions. She designs conferences to explain how the brain works and what are the best practices to continuously develop cognitive capacities at all ages.