Dream Series: Episode 2

In this episode from the series on dreams, Alfredo Spagna interviewed Thomas Andrillon about his work on mind wandering, the obstacles to decoding thoughts, and the importance of studying dreams in children.

Thomas Andrillon

Thomas Andrillon is a researcher at the Paris Brain Institute. His research aims at understanding how the activity of our brain (physiology) constrains our ability to interact with the external world (behaviour) and the sustainment of a stream of mental contents (phenomenology).

Alfredo Spagna
Department of Psychology


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