Chris Moulin is a cognitive neuropsychologist, and Chaire d’Excellence at the University of Bourgogne, France. He studied for his doctorate under Tim Perfect and Alan Baddeley at the University of Bristol. He has published over 50 scientific works on the subject of human memory , and contributed to numerous book projects.
Moulin is perhaps most well known for his research into the phenomenon of deja vu. He researches memory form the viewpoint that subjective experiences and links to other higher order functions are critical. His work has focused on understanding and improving memory function in Alzheimer’s disease, brain injury, epilepsy, and healthy ageing. Chris has held administrative roles at the British Psychological Society, and is passionate about the opportunities for postgraduate training.
His selected publications include:
- Wojcik, D.Z., Moulin, C.J.A., & Souchay, C. (in press) Metamemory in Children with Autism: Exploring ‘Feeling-of-knowing’ in Episodic and Semantic memory. Neuropsychology.
- Cole, S., Fotopoulou, A., Oddy, M., Moulin, C.J.A. (in press). Implausible Future Events in a Confabulating Patient with an Anterior Communicating Artery Aneurism. Neurocase.
- Genon, S., Collette, F., Moulin, C.J., Lekeu, F., Bahri, M.A., Salmon, E., & Bastin, C. (in press).Verbal learning in Alzheimer’s disease and mild cognitive impairment: fine-grained acquisition and short-delay consolidation performance and neural correlates. Neurobiology of Aging.
Published: 21 March 2014
Last update: 23 April 2015