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Thomas Beuchot

Thomas Beuchot is a Research Assistant at the Wellbeing Research Centre while concurrently pursuing a Master’s in Management (MiM) at HEC Paris and a Master’s in Cognitive Science at the École Normale Supérieure-PSL (Cogmaster). His research at the Centre primarily investigates noise in life satisfaction judgments. The aim of this research is to evaluate the reliability of subjective wellbeing measures and explore their potential as practical guides for interventions, including public policy formulation.

Simultaneously, Thomas works as a research intern at the Institut Jean Nicod on evolutionary personality with Nicolas Baumard and on examining relationship between income and wellbeing with Daniel Nettle. Additionally, Thomas serves as a cognitive science consultant for private companies, contributing to the development of test batteries on personality, cognition, and career guidance.