Christine Mohr is 53 and a full professor of psychology at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland. Originally, she wanted to renovate old painting in churches, but decided randomly to start studying psychology after she started to laugh about not so funny jokes while earning her life working in restaurants. She never regretted this choice, because human behavior and experiences have always interested her, from the smallest neuronal processing level to individuals’ social interactions in groups. Always curious, her research activities were broad with a particular soft spot for uncommon human experiences such as paranormal beliefs, synesthesia, and out-of-body experiences. In recent years, she focussed on two domains, namely the rigidity of irrational beliefs and the relationship between colour and affect, crossing Alexandre Roulin on her way. In particular, they started to join forces to work on superstitions on the barn owl to facilitate conservation efforts as well as the meaning of colour in the human and animal world.