Laboratory for Integrative Neuroscience and Cognitive Psychology (LINC)


Established in 1996 and accredited by INSERM in 2024, the Laboratory for Integrative Neuroscience and Cognitive Psychology (LINC) is a multidisciplinary research team. Our expertise spans across neuroscience and cognitive psychology, and our team currently consists of approximately one hundred members, including academics, psychiatrists, neurologists, and technical staff.

Our research is dedicated to unraveling the mechanisms underlying decision making processes. Our primary research theme is structured into three main axes:

  • Axis I: Animal Models in Decision Making and Innovative Therapeutic Strategies (Keywords: neurophysiology, neuroanatomy, innovative therapeutic strategies, decision making).
  • Axis II: Cognitive Decision-Making Processes in Humans (Keywords: attention, executive functions, learning, memory, motor control, metacognition, motivation, emotion, aging, brain imaging, decision making).
  • Axis III: Decision-Making, Personalized Treatments and Ethical Considerations (Keywords : behavior, impulsivity, motivation, emotion, executive function, neuromodulation, neuroethic, decision making).

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