Nicolas Slaski, M.Sc.
Nicolas is immersed in investigating how certain properties related to tool use impact the underlying low-level visual processes crucial for identifying these tools. His research involves conducting experiments employing paradigms that blend the presentation of manipulable objects within scenarios of Visual Crowding. His work is supervised by Bilge Sayim and Solène Kalénine. Before pursuing his PhD, Nicolas earned his Master's degree in Psychology of Neurocognitive Processes and Affective Sciences from the University of Lille in 2023.