Slim Masmoudi received his Ph.D. in cognitive psychology from the University Lumière Lyon 2 (France) and is Assistant Professor at the University of Tunis, where he teaches and studies perception, problem-solving, reasoning, decision-making, and creativity in close relationship with the conceptual structures and semantic memory. His current research covers the different regulation and modulation effects of emotion and motivation on these cognitive functions. He was the coordinator of the "conceptual change" research team in EDIPS Laboratory (HS04), and is currently a member of the "Cognition and Learning" team. He co-chaired the first two international conferences of cognitive psychology cem07 and Cem09 held in Tunisia. He co-edited the book entitled Du percept à la Décision: Integration de la Cognition, l’Emotion et la Motivation (From Percept To Decision: Integrating of Cognition, Emotion and Motivation) published by Deboeck (2010) and the book entitled Cognition, Emotion et Motivation: Intégrer … Mieux expliquer la performance (Cognition, Emotion and Motivation: integrating … to better explain performance) published by CNIPRE (2008). He has in press the translation of Understanding Motivation and Emotion by Johnmarshall Reeve in Deboeck. His recent co-edited book is Attention, Representation, and Human Performance: Integration of Cognition, Emotion, and Motivation in Psychology Press. He has published many book chapters and journal articles.