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This year, lab members got 5 projects funded by the ANR. See our projects page for more info.
Irene Altarelli becomes a junior member of the institut Universitaire de France (2022-2027).
Register for the conference organized by IBE UNESCO and see Grégoire Borst conference "Teaching how to learn to reduce educational inequality"
Esther Boissin, phD student, French finalist of the popular science contest "my thesis in 180s".
Release of The Cambridge handbook of Cognitive Development. How does cognition develop in infants, children and adolescents?
Coming-up: Flux Congress 2022, Paris
Olivier Houdé received at the Academy under the cupola of the Institut de France
Release of Cognitive neurosciences in class.
Launch of the LaPsyDÉ's popular science blog.
Lea.fr, Nathan and the LaPsyDÉ present a new series of educational games.
Renewal of the partnership agreement between the LaPsyDÉ and the three Educational Districts of the Paris region.
Release of an innovating pedagogy based on the LaPsyDÉ's research and validated on Lea.fr
Release of Methods in Psychology
Olivier Houdé elected at the Academy of Moral and Political Sciences
Release of The Brain and Learning by Olivier Houdé & Grégoire Borst.
Release of My Brain by Olivier Houdé & Grégoire Borst.
Pr. Olivier Houdé elected at the National Academy of Technologies of France.
Grégoire Borst becomes a junior member of the institut Universitaire de France (2017-2022).
Lea.fr, website of the Nathan publishing house, and the LaPsyDÉ lab, are inviting students and teachers to participate in a unique scientific research experiment.
New Sorbonne Neuroeducation and Creativity Chair of the Paris Descartes Foundation, an industrial and academic partnership.
New partnership between the LaPsyDÉ and the three Educational Districts of the Paris region.
Pr. Arnaud Cachia receives the 2016 La Recherche award in Neuroscience.
Wim De Neys gets an ANR to study reasoning bias in adults and children.
Release of Psychology history by Olivier Houdé.
Pr. Olivier Houdé receives a honorary doctorate from the Université du Québec à Montreal (UQAM).