The Institute

The creation of the Aquitaine Institute for Cognitive and Integrative Neuroscience (INCIA) in 2011 has dynamized research in neurosciences in Bordeaux. The central objective of INCIA has been to federate research teams working in the fields of cognitive and integrative neuroscience. The attractiveness of our Institute lies in the consistency of the various research themes that are developed,...

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Research Interest

Cognitive and integrative neurosciences constitute the essential dimensions of the INCIA, with disciplines represented including cognitive neuropsychology, neuroscience and computational sciences to address research themes such as vulnerability, perception, attention, motivation, emotion, memory, executive functions, and neural network operation underlying adaptive motor behavior. Several...

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Parent Institutions