Marie Chancel, PhD
(Postdoctoral Fellow)


Marie's research in the Brain, Body and Self Laboratory focuses on the relationship between multisensory processing and self-movement perception and body ownership. She is investigating the limits and constraints of multisensory integration on self-perception through psychophysical approaches and illusion-based protocols.

Sample Publications

Chancel M, Blanchard C, Guerraz M, Montagnini A, & Kavounoudias A (2016). Optimal visuo-tactile integration for velocity discrimination of self-hand movements. Journal of Neurophysiology. PDF

Chancel M, Brun C, Kavounoudias A, Guerraz M (2016) The kinaesthetic mirror illusion: How much does the mirror matter? Exp Brain Res. PDF

Brun C, Metral M, Chancel M , Kavounoudias A, Luyat M, & Guerraz M. (2015). Passive or simulated displacement of one arm (but not its mirror reflection) modulates the involuntary motor behavior of the other arm. Neuroscience PDF

Metral M, Chancel M, Brun C, Kavounoudias A, Luyat M, & Guerraz M (2015) Kinaesthetic mirror illusion and spatial congruence. Exp Brain Res 233:1463-1470. PDF


Marie Chancel, PhD
Postdoctoral Fellow
Department of Neuroscience
Karolinska Institutet, Biomedicum
Solnavägen 9, 171 65 Solna, Sweden

email: marie.chancel @
office phone: (+46) 8 524 87 984