New article

A new fMRI study led by Giedre Stripeikyte in collaboration with Olaf Blanke’s lab shows that the phenomenon of attenuation is not limited to sensory events but extends to non-perceptual cognitive processes. More details here.

New lab members

We are delighted to announce that Ramla Msheik and François Stockart start in the lab as PhD students, and Dorian Goueytes as postdoctoral scholar! Welcome on board!


Nathan obtained his accreditation to supervise research (HDR in French). His defense gives an overview of past, present, and future research. The video is available here.

New article

Our meta-analysis of metacognitive deficits in schizophrenia was accepted for publication in Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews. Congrats to all authors, and specially to Martin for his first publication! More details here.

New article

We are glad to announce that our preprint linking evidence accumulation with perceptual consciousness and monitoring was accepted for publication in Nature Communications. Congrats to Michael and co-authors! More details here.

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Nathan Faivre

CNRS scientist


Dorian Goueytes

postdoctoral fellow


Michael Pereira

SNF fellow


Lise Brun

PhD student


Audrey Kist

PhD student


Ramla Msheik

PhD student


Martin Rouy

PhD student



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Recent Publications

(2021). Exploring Clinical Correlates of Metacognition in Bipolar Disorders Using Moderation Analyses: The Role of Antipsychotics. Journal of Clinical Medicine.

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(2021). Increased functional connectivity of the intraparietal sulcus underlies the attenuation of numerosity estimations for self-generated words. Journal of Neuroscience.

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(2021). Impaired sense of agency and associated confidence in psychosis. psyArXiv.

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(2021). Evidence accumulation relates to perceptual consciousness and monitoring. Nature Communications.

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(2021). Robot-induced hallucinations in Parkinson’s disease depend on altered sensorimotor processing in fronto-temporal network. Science Translational Medicine.

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