« Do you want to take a look at the desert menu? »
« A fruit salad or a molten chocolate cake? »
 

Every day we make hundreds of food-related decisions. In our lab, we investigate the psychological and cerebral mechanisms underlying such choices. More specifically, we study food preferences and choices in healthy individuals as well as in

  1. overweight and individuals suffering from obesity (in collaboration with Dr. Zoltan Pataky),
  2. patients with type 1 diabetes (in collaboration with Dr. Giacomo Gastaldi),
  3. individuals suffering from an olfactory and/or a gustatory impairment (in collaboration with Dr. Basile Landis).

We are using psychological methods and functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI).

Portrait de Géraldine Coppin Géraldine Coppin Associate Professor
Portrait d'Amal Achaïbou Amal Lynna Achaïbou Collaboratrice scientifique
Pauline Henckaerts Research assistant
Portrait de Sophie Mantzouranis-Baudat Sophie Mantzouranis-Baudat Assistante de recherche et d’enseignement
Portrait de Jeanne Richard Jeanne Richard Assistante de recherche et d’enseignement, doctorante en neurosciences co-supervisée par le Prof. David Sander de l'Université de Genève
Portrait de Larisa Olteanu Larisa Olteanu Post-doctoral Researcher
Portrait de Marion Chatelain Marion Chatelain Assistant

Reward mechanisms in patients suffering from obesity

Faculty of Psychology

Exploring the link between emotion and eating

Faculty of Psychology

Affective and cognitive functioning in relation to food intake

Faculty of Psychology