Coordinators : Jean-Louis Nandrino (Pr, ULille) et Henrique Sequeira (Pr, ULille)

Researchers : Mélissa Allé (MCF, ULille), Pascal Antoine (Pr, ULille), Véronique Christophe (Pr, ULille), Gérald Delelis (MCF, ULille), Karyn Doba (MCF, ULille), Jeanne Duclos-Lavagne (MCF, ULille), Claire Ducro (MCF, ULille), Marie-Charlotte Gandolphe (MCF, ULille), Delphine Grynberg (MCF-HDR, ULille), Sophie Lelorain (MCF-HDR, ULille), Astrid Mignon (MCF, ULille), Jean-Louis Nandrino (Pr, ULille), Henrique Sequeira (Pr, ULille), Emilie Wawrziczny (MCF, ULille)

PhD Student : Nahid Bakkali, Laura Caton, Fatima Choukri, Fanny Degouis, Charlotte Manceau, Stéphane Ranfaing, Kelly Saint-Denny, Jérôme Soller, Florian Vederine

PAST : Xavier Saloppé

ATER: Lucas De Zorzi

Post-doctorant : Emilie Constant, Sullivan Fontesse, Pierre Gérain, Clotilde Larochette

Collaborators : Pezard Laurent (MCF en Neurosciences)

IGE on research contract : Amandine Buquet (resp. E. Wawrziczny), Laura Caton (resp. S. Lelorain), Charlotte Dassonneville (resp. D. Grynberg), Justine Deleruyelle (resp. P. Antoine), Faouzia Millequant (resp. P. Antoine), Céline Sokolowski (resp. P. Antoine), Ana Isabel Sousa Barbosa (resp. D. Grynberg)

Associate members : Rekha Barthélémy (psychologue, Saint Vincent de Paul), Anne Sophie Baudry (psychologue, CH de Valenciennes), Caroline Claisse (libéral, CHRU de Lille), Jacques Honoré (CR CNRS, retraité), Jean Pierre Jacus (psychologue CH du val d'Ariège)

Themes of study

The experimental program is focused in healthy individuals or suffering from affective (anxiety, depression) or brain disorders (Multiple Sclerosis, Alzheimer or Parkinson diseases) and aims to caracterize their cerebral (EEG*, MEG), autonomic* (electrodermal activity, facial thermal variations*, hear rate variability and respiration) and behavioural (eye movements and reaction times) reactivity to emotional stimulations presented at central or peripheral visual eccentricities. (*) Illustrations:

Research programs are focused on cognitive processes and behaviours allowing on one hand to modulate the identification of valence and intensity of emotional stimuli and on the other to modify the emergence of emotional feelings at conscious level. These programs apply to general population and in patients with mental or somatic pathologies. It should also be noted that research programs are integrated in a global trans-diagnostic approach.

Research programs examine links between construction, organization and restitution of autobiographical memories on one side and regulatory processes of emotion on the other. These programs aim to analyze the way to put together: memories in the construction of the Self and phenomenological and physiological markers linked to life experiences.

Research programs aim to identify the evolution induced by events having high emotional intensities on the dyadic organization both at the level of young couples and parent-child interactions. Adjustments concern each member of the dyad, their interactions and the reciprocal dyad.

Training programs to regulate emotions. Support programs for family caregivers. Online programs related to emotional field. Autobiographical memory training programs.