Welcome to the

Memory, Error and Learning (MEL) group

We use behavioral experiments, brain electrophysiology and non-invasive brain stimulation in humans to identify the neural computations of memory and learning

Our Research

Our Team

Romain Quentin
Associate Professor

Publications

Cell reports,
2021,
35
p.109193
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Buch Ethan R, Claudino Leonardo, Quentin Romain, Bönstrup Marlene, Cohen Leonardo G
The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience,
2022,
42
p.5771—5781
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Hussain Sara J, Vollmer Mary K, Iturrate Iñaki, Quentin Romain
2022,
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Fanuel Lison, Szücs-Bencze Laura, Quentin Romain, Nemeth Dezso, Vékony Teodóra
Scientific reports,
2022,
12
p.6323
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Hussain Sara J, Quentin Romain
NPJ science of learning,
2021,
6
p.14
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Quentin Romain, Fanuel Lison, Kiss Mariann, Vernet Marine, Vékony Teodóra, Janacsek Karolina, Cohen Leonardo G, Nemeth Dezso

News

publication
Micro-offline learning in statistical and high-order learning
These results show that the temporal dynamics of apparently simultaneous learning processes differ. While high-order…
publication
Neural replay and learning in humans
Waking replay bursts occur during short rest periods interspersed with practice
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Brain dynamics of selection and maintenance of memory content
Our brain selects and maintains information during short time windows in a way that is…
grant
The MEL group is funded by the ATIP-Avenir program
I have been awarded the ATIP-Avenir grant. The goal of this project is to investigate…

Join Us

We do not have funded positions open at this time. If you have secured your own funding and want to join the team or if you want to discuss about applying to funding with the team, please contact Dr. Romain Quentin.