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Sabrina’s training was in Biology at the University of Tübingen, Germany. She obtained her Ph.D. in 2016 from the Université Paris Descartes under supervision of Dr. Pascal Mamassian. Her thesis entitled “Contextual effect in human gloss perception” investigated the perception of gloss using various perceptual scaling methods such as MLDS and MLCM. She continued as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Iceland working together with Prof. Arni Kristjansson and Dr. Andrey Chetverikov (Donders Institute for Brain and Cognition) to study the implicit encoding of probabilistic visual information using a novel method called Feature distribution learning, developed in the lab. Her research focuses on ensemble perception, serial dependence and decision making, besides her continuous interest in material perception. She is now joining the SCALab at the University of Lille to work with Prof. Bilge Sayim on a collaborative project together with Dr. Wolf Harmening at the University of Bonn.