My research focuses on social cognition and communicative abilities in young children. I investigate the emergence and the development of epistemic vigilance, trust, hierarchy, and argumentation. I am also interested in better understanding the underlying processes that explain why collaborative learning can be so powerful and the impact of culture on its development. To do so, I rely on experimental methods implemented in developmental and cross-cultural settings. A complementary line of research aims to apply this knowledge to generate educational proposals to improve collaborative learning instructions and implementation at school, and foster activities that could have a positive impact for the development of argumentative and reasoning skills in preschoolers.
Comparative Minds Research Group
ORCID: 0000-0001-9415-1771 / Web of Science: AGZ-3927-2022 / Scopus: 57226098012
2022-present - Serra Húnter Fellow (Assistant professor) / University of Girona
2020-2022 - Postdoctoral researcher / University of Neuchâtel - Centre for Cognitive Sciences
2017-2020 - Assistant professor / University of Costa Rica - Institute for Psychological Research
2013-2016 - Ph.D. in Cognitve Psychology / CNRS - Institute for Cognitive Sciences