Jérôme Greneche

University of Bordeaux, France

Jérôme Greneche, Ph.D., serves as a Researcher in cognitive sciences (cognitive psychology, ethnology, and neurophysiology), and he worked on cognitive skills in human and nonhuman primates, especially on vigilance states and memory processes. During the Ph.D. studies in cognitive psychology and neurophysiology at the Laboratoire d'Imagerie et de Neurosciences Cognitives of the University of Strasbourg, he has studied the impact of sleep apnea syndrome on vigilance and short-term memory in humans, from EEG recordings and neuropsychological tasks. He worked as a Lecturer in psychology and statistics at the University of Strasbourg.

Biography Updated on 30 November 2011

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