The aim of the IDEA Laboratory is to develop and improve assessment, teaching and work methods for children and adults with autism, in order to more adequately reflect their abilities.


The IDEA laboratory aims to better understand the cognitive functioning of individuals with autism, in order to better respond to their needs in terms of interventions, while building on their strengths and cognitive specificities. Research focuses on the cognition of people with autism, with four main strands, namely:

1. Developmental trajectories
2. Learning and reasoning processes
3. Assessment of intelligence and cognitive functions
4. Perception


For more information on the work of  Dre Isabelle Soulières