Alexandre Marois


Alexandre Marois received his PhD in experimental cognitive psychology in 2019. He is mainly interested in the manner by which voluntary and involuntary attention can be deployed, by the contexts in which cognitive resources (memory and attention) can reach their limit and by the ways they can be restored. As part of his postdoctoral fellowship, Alexandre is working on security surveillance, examining the impact of vigilance and multitasking on this work domain. He also possesses expertise in physiological data analysis, especially on eye-movement and pupillometric measures.