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I am a post-doctoral researcher and faculty member at UP Sport and Exercise Psychology. I’m deeply interested on the role of self-control resources in dual-process model, especially in order to explain physical (in)activity and exercise. I recently finished my PhD in Sports Sciences at the SENS Laboratory, Grenoble Alpes University (France) that highlighted the importance of self-control resources and effort in the adoption of healthy and unhealthy behaviors.
Since I started researching at the University of Potsdam, I have been working intensively with psychophysiological measures of self-control resources and affect, especially through eye-tracking methods.
Based on a dual-process framework, my researches aimed to understand the role of self-control resources as the railroad switch between the reflective-behaviors terminus or the automatic-behaviors one. More precisely, my researches focus on the effect of depleting/replenishing self-control resources on subsequent behavior, and on which process (i.e., automatic or reflective) will determine the behavior. To answer precisely these questions, I’m going deeper and deeper in what determine automatic valuations (e.g., affects) and reflective evaluations (e.g., socio-cognitive determinants), and in psychophysiological measurement by integrating eye-tracking and cardiovascular measures.