dyslexie

Communication parlée

Mots clefs: 

audition
langage
dyslexie
autisme
linguistique

Labelisation ENP: 

2009

Code unité de recherche: 

U960

Although single neuron spiking has important coding properties, collective neuronal behaviour as reflected by oscillatory activity signal phenomena reflecting the temporal/spatial integration of spiking activity. We explore how neural oscillations contribute to auditory processing with an emphasis on speech. Owing to its quasi-rhythmicity speech interacts with the oscillatory behaviour of neuronal cortical population, which provides an interesting way to mobilize collective neural activity.

Établissements

Établissement de rattachement: 

Ecole Normale Supérieure

Établissements affiliés: 

Inserm

Université: 

Université Pierre et Marie Curie

École doctorale: 

ED158
Publications

publications: 

Von Kriegstein K, Giraud AL. (2006) Multimodal representations influence unimodal voice recognition. PloS Biology 4:e-326.

Kell Ca, Neumann K, von Kriegstein K, Posenenske C, von Gudenberg AW, Euler H, Giraud AL. (2008) How the brain repairs stuttering. Brain, in press.

v. Kriegstein K, Dogan O, Grueter M, Giraud AL, Kell CA, Grueter T, Kleinschmidt A, Kiebel SJ (2008) Audio-visual communication improves subsequent auditory speech and speaker recognition, PNAS 105 :6747-52.

Giraud AL, Kleinschmidt A, Poeppel D, Lund TE, Frackowiak R, Laufs H. (2007) Endogeneous cortical rhythms determine hemispheric dominance for speech, Neuron, 56:1127-34.

Lee HJ, Truy E, Sappey-Marinier D, Giraud AL (2007) Visual speech circuits in acquired profound deafness : a possible role for latent multimodal connectivity, Brain, 130:2929-41.