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I’m mainly interested in social decision-making in alcohol use disorder and its underlying psychological processes. More precisely, I study how repeatedly unfitted decision-making in social contexts can explain the link between social cognition deficits and interpersonal difficulties in this specific population.
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September 2018 - June 2020
Severe alcohol use disorder (SAUD) is among the most prevalent psychiatric disorders, leading to a wide range of deleterious consequences for the individual, their relatives, and the society. Individuals suffering from SAUD are often tough to be more aggressive and violent. We reviewed the literature linking alcohol consumption and aggression to pr...
Objective: Social cognition research in alcohol use disorder (AUD) has accumulated over the past decades and has implications for understanding the interpersonal problems reported in this population and for improving clinical outcomes. However, recent criticism of classically used social cognition tasks calls for an evaluation of social cognition a...
Background: Consistent data highlight the presence and clinical significance of social cognition impairments in severe alcohol use disorder (SAUD). However, important social cognition components, notably social perception and knowledge (i.e. the ability to identify and interpret latent social rules from social situations), have not yet been explore...
Background Patients with severe alcohol use disorder (SAUD) demonstrate multifaceted impairments in social cognition abilities like emotional decoding or Theory of Mind. Such impairments are related to real-life interpersonal difficulties, which in turn might be involved in the persistence of SAUD. However, far less is known regarding how patients...