I am a postdoctoral researcher at the "Neuropsychology and Imaging of Human Memory" unit (NIHM)
in the University of Caen (France). My researches focus on the brain-body interactions supporting memory, emotions and forgetting, both from computational and psychopathological perspectives.
I completed studies in both Philosophy and Applied Mathematics in
Grenoble (UPMF). I obtained a Master’s degree in Cognitive science at the University of Lyon 2
where I specialized in Philosophy of Mind, and a second Master's degree in the University of Caen with a specialization in neuropsychology.
Legrand, N., Etard, O., Vandevelde, A., Pierre, M., Viader, F., Clochon, P., Doidy, F., Peschanski, D., Eustache, F., Gagnepain, P. (2018) Does the heart forget? Modulation of cardiac activity induced by inhibitory control over emotional memories. bioRxiv https://doi.org/10.1101/376954
Legrand, N., Gagnepain, P., Peschanski, D.& Eustache, F. (2015). [Neuroscience and collective memory: memory schemas linking brain, societies and cultures]. Biologie Aujourd’hui, 209(3), 273–286.
Legrand, N., Guénolé, F., Eustache, F.& Rauchs, G. (2015). [Dreams and memory : review in neuropsychology and cognitive neurosciences]. Revue de Neuropsychologie, 7(4), 279–290.