Cognitive Neuro-Ethologie of Cephalopods (NECC)

The team NECC (Cognitive NeuroEthology of Cephalopods) aims to study the cognitive and brain architectures of Cephalopods, mainly cuttlefish, from embryos to adults. Learning and memory, sensorimotor and cognitive processes are studied at an integrative level using ecologically relevant stimuli and situations. Research are particularly focused on prey-predator interactions and use of space in both laboratory and field conditions.