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Lorna Le Stanc


Research engineer


Lorna is a CNRS research engineer since 2020.
She offers a statistical and programming support for behavioral and MRI analyses, experiment development and database management.
She has a double degree in bio-engineering and neurotechnologies (Imperial College of London & Ecole Centrale Marseille) as well as a phD in cognitive neuroscience (Ecole normale supérieure & Paris-Est University).


Le  Stanc, L., Lunven, M., Giavazzi, M., Sliwinski, A., Youssov, K.,  Bachoud-Lévi, A.-C., & Jacquemot, C. (2024). Cognitive reserve  involves decision making and is associated with left parietal and  hippocampal hypertrophy in neurodegeneration. Communications Biology7(1), 741.


Le Stanc, L., Youssov, K., Giavazzi, M., Sliwinski, A., Bachoud-Lévi, A-C., & Jacquemot, C. (2023). Language disorders in patients with striatal lesions: deciphering the role of the striatum in language performance. Cortex, 166, 91-106.

Rezende, G., Le Stanc, L., Menu, I., Cassotti, M., Aïte, A., Salvia, E., Houdé, O., Borst, G.*, & Cachia, A.* (2023). Differential effects of mindfulness meditation and cognitive training on cool and hot inhibitory control in children and adolescents. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 235. 


Draperi, M.*, Aïte, A.*, Cassotti, M., Le Stanc, L., Houdé, O., & Borst, G. (2022). Development of cool and hot theory of mind and cool and hot inhibitory control abilities from 3.5 to 6.5 years of age. PLoS ONE 17(1), e0262251.


Menu, I., Rezende, G., Le Stanc, L., Borst, G., & Cachia, A. (2022) A network analysis of executive functions before and after computerized cognitive training in children and adolescents. Scientific Reports, 12, 14660.


Menu, I., Rezende, G., Le Stanc, L., Borst, G., & Cachia, A., (2022). Inhibitory control training on executive functions of children and adolescents: A latent change score model approach. Cognitive Development, 64, 101231.

Giavazzi, M., Sambin, S., de Diego-Balaguer, R., Le Stanc, L., Bachoud-Lévi, A-C.*, & Jacquemot, C.* (2018). Structural priming in sentence comprehension: A single prime is enough. PLOS ONE, 13(4), e0194959.


Kouider, S., Long, B., Le Stanc, L., Charron, S., Fiévet, A., Barbosa, L. & Gelskov, S. (2015). Neural dynamics of prediction and surprise in infants. Nature communications, 6, 8537.

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