Master degree in Systems Biology at Sorbonne University
Study of the neural correlates of social skills.
My work aims to better understand the development of social skills. In this vein, I use hyperscanning techniques, which allow the recording of the brain activity from at least two individuals engaged in social exchange, providing a novel type of neural correlate: the inter-brain synchrony. This study contributes to a deeper understanding of how the social brain develops and how rapport management occurs by looking at moments of high or low rapport with neural synchrony.