EEG is an easy, cheap and mobile tool for discovering the biological roots of human behaviors.
Extended reality platforms render lab research closer to ecological situations, but also enhance the user's engagement with the task at hand.
The way we move our eyes can reveal a lot about who we are, and even more on how our brain works! My recent research links eye movements with brain functioning and behaviors.
How fast, precise, and accurate can you be? My research has always had a soft spot for behavior analysis.
International peer-reviewed journal and conference research articles.
In prep. (2022)
Foerster, F. R., Chidharom, M., Giersch, A.
Under Review (2022)
Foerster, F. R., Chidharom, M., Bonnefond, A., Giersch, A.
Journal of Abnormal Psychology (2021)
Foerster, F. R. et al.
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour (2021)
Cutello, C. A., Walsh, C., Foerster, F. R., Hanoch, Y., Hellier, E.
Biological Psychology (2021)
Foerster, F. R. & Goslin, J.
Foerster, F. R., Borghi, A. M., & Goslin, J.
Foerster, F. R., Bailly, G. and Elisei, F.
Postdoctoral Researcher (2022-)
- [Coming soon]
Postdoctoral Researcher (2019-2022)
- INSERM U1114, University of Strasbourg [France]
Supervisor: Prof. MD Anne Giersch
MSc in Cognitive Science (2014-2015)
- Grenoble Institute of Technology [France]
Supervisor: Prof. Gérard Bailly
MSc in Cognitive Psychology (2013-2014)
- Grenoble-Alpes University [France]
Supervisor: Prof. Stéphane Rousset
BSc in Psychology (2010-2013) - University of Strasbourg [France]
Bac. engineering sciences (2008-2010) - Altkirch [France]
Electrician diploma (2006-2008) - Altkirch [France]