University of Paris,
After obtaining a degree in literature and social sciences, and completing her engineering studies at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Cognitique in Bordeaux where she was introduced to cognitive sciences, Nina joined the LaPsyDE to pursue a PhD under the supervision of Wim De Neys, and Alexandra Delmas (onepoint group). Her research work focuses on the processes involved in solving reasoning problems, and more specifically on the implementation of gamified "debiasing" interventions, which are effective and inexpensive methods to improve decision-making and reduce the errors that cognitive biases produce during reasoning.
Cazes, M., Franiatte, N., Delmas, A., André, J. M., Rodier, M., & Kaadoud, I. C. (2021, July). Evaluation of the sensitivity of cognitive biases in the design of artificial intelligence. Rencontres des Jeunes Chercheurs en Intelligence Artificielle (RJCIA'21) Plate-Forme Intelligence Artificielle (PFIA'21),Bordeaux, France, 30-37.