Sid Kouider Research

Neurophysiology of consciousness

How does the brain generate conscious and unconscious mental states? My lab combines psychophysics and experimental protocols with neuroimaging tools (fMRI, EEG) to study how the human brain process things either consciously or unconsciously.

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Neurodevelopment of consciousness in infants

Are babies conscious? Because infants can’t talk about themselves, this question has long remained controversial. To bypass this issue, my lab relies on neural signatures in the absence of verbal reports.

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Neurocognitive processing during sleep

We spend a third of our life disconnected from the world and we still don’t know why? My lab investigates the function of sleep, by studying under which conditions the brain continues reacting, adapting and paying attention to the external world during light sleep.

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