Mr
Jean DAUNIZEAU
Research Director
Chercheur
ED 158
09-01-2014
17-03-2015
24-04-2017

Team

Why do we do what we do? We are largely unaware of our own motives. Our team seeks to understand how motivation works, in both the normal and pathological brain. We define motivation as a set of...
Why do we do what we do? We are largely unaware of our own motives. Our team seeks to understand how motivation works, in both the normal and pathological brain. We define motivation as a set of...

Biography/CV

I am currently both a junior group leader at ICM (Paris, France) and an honorary fellow at the FIL (London, UK). Since June 2013, I hold a permanent position (CR1 or associate professor) at INSERM, France. I am currently a member of the Editorial Board of the academic international peer-reviewed journals Neuroimage, PLoS ONE, PLoS Computational Biology, Frontiers in brain imaging methods and Frontiers in evolutionary psychology and neuroscience.

My research projects include:

- dynamical models of coupled neural ensembles,

- probabilistic models of perception, learning and decision making,

- statistical techniques (embedding the above models) for analysing behavioural and neuroimaging data,

- experimental approaches to perception, learning and decision making.