Sandrine Duverne, PhD

Speaker, Author, and Researcher
in applied cognitive psychology and neuroscience

Sandrine Duverne, PhD

Speaker, Author, and Researcher
in applied cognitive psychology and neuroscience

I have fostered my thirst to understand human being along my scientific journey.
I became an expert in human cognition thanks to my PhD in cognitive psychology and about 12 years of research in cognitive neuroscience in public labs.

I have built a broad and sharp vision of the brain mechanisms involved in our most sophisticated behaviors.
I have studied several facets of high-level cognitive capacities, like decision making, behavioral adaptation to the environment, working memory, long-term memory, and problem solving. I have also studied how these cognitive capacities evolve and how brain mechanisms are rearranged with cognitive aging and pathologies (Alzheimer’s disease, schizophrenia).

Today, I am dedicated to transform scientific discoveries into new and useful solutions for people.
I first worked on a project on e-mental health and now I work on an innovative project in professional training. I transform scientific discoveries into training solutions.

My goal is to help people develop cognitive capacities at all ages and successfully achieve their professional projects.

Contact


+33 981 18 61 21

sduverne@creacog.com


My interdisciplinary journey


  • PhD in cognitive psychology

  • +10 years of experience in research in cognitive neuroscience

  • +4 years of experience in technological innovation

  • My communication activities


  • +200 hours of lectures and workshops

  • +20 international conferences

  • 17 scientific publications


  • My academic institutions




    Selected publications



    Article for the general public (in French)
    4 conseils d’une neuroscientifique pour déverrouiller sa créativité

    Hello Open World, Marsh 2018

    Experimental research paper
    Rewards and Cognitive Control in the Human Prefrontal Cortex

    Cerebral Cortex, October 2017

    Book chapter
    Hierarchical Control of Behaviour in Human Prefrontal Cortex

    The Wiley Handbook of Cognitive Control, January 2017

    Experimental research paper
    Experimental evidence for circular inference in schizophrenia

    Nature Communications, January 2017

    Experimental research paper
    The Relationship between Aging, Performance, and the Neural Correlates of Successful Memory Encoding

    Cerebral Cortex, Marsh 2009

    Experimental research paper
    Regional specificity of age effects on the neural correlates of episodic retrieval

    Neurobiology of Aging, December 2008

    Experimental research paper
    Alzheimer’s disease disrupts arithmetic fact retrieval processes but not arithmetic strategy selection

    Brain and Cognition, August 2003

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