The ALIUS group is very happy to introduce Jean-Rémy Martin, who will be the first research member featured on the website for a month. Jean-Rémy holds a PhD in cognitive science from the Institut Jean Nicod (Paris), and is currently a post-doctoral fellow at the Center for Research in Cognition and Neurosciences of the Université Libre de Bruxelles.
His current research focuses on the way social influence affects human cognitive functioning and, more specifically, how it modulates certain aspects of consciousness. To that aim, he is using hypnosis and placebos as laboratory tools. He is also investigating the level of information more 'traditional' types of social influence (e.g., authority, conformity) potentially modulate.
This month, Jean-Rémy will be introducing us to different aspects of his work, including current and future projects.
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I have a MSc in Neuropsychology and PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience.
Intrigued by illusions, hallucinations, and delusions, I am interested in the neuro-cognitive processes underlying the representations of one’s self, and its disorders, observed in certain neurological and psychiatric conditions.
I conduct behavioral studies to scientifically investigate how the sense of one’s own body is constructed and represented in the brain.