Using Video Calls to Study Children’s Conversational Development: The Case of Backchannel Signaling

Kübra Bodur, Mitja Nikolaus, Laurent Prévot, and Abdellah Fourtassi. 2023. Frontiers in Computer Science 5: 1088752  —  @HAL Understanding children’s conversational skills is crucial for understanding their social, cognitive, and linguistic development, with important applications in health and education. To develop theories based on quantitative studies of conversational development, we need (i) data recorded in naturalistic […]

La science de la lecture : fondements et applications

Alain Desrochers & Johannes C. Ziegler. 2023. Approche Neuropsychologique des Apprentissages chez l’Enfant (A.N.A.E.) 182 : 85. —  @HAL Dans cet article, nous traitons de deux sujets distincts, mais interreliés. D’abord, nous décrivons brièvement les procédés qui servent à encoder les sons de la parole et le sens en français écrit. Ces procédés comprennent les […]

Relating Different Dimensions of Bodily Experiences: Review and Proposition of an Integrative Model Relying on Phenomenology, Predictive Brain and Neuroscience of the Self

Lisa Raoul and Marie-Hélène Grosbras. 2023. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 148 (May): 105141 —  @HAL How we mentally experience our body has been studied in a variety research domains. Each of these domains focuses in its own ways on different aspects of the body, namely the neurophysiological, perceptual, affective or social components, and proposes different […]

Reconstruction and localization of auditory sources from intracerebral SEEG using independent component analysis

Víctor J. López-Madrona, Samuel Medina Villalon, Jayabal Velmurugan, Aurore Semeux-Bernier, Elodie Garnier, Jean-Michel Badier, Daniele Schön, and Christian-G. Bénar. 2023.  NeuroImage 269 (April): 119905. —  @HAL Stereo-electroencephalography (SEEG) is the surgical implantation of electrodes in the brain to better localize the epileptic network in pharmaco-resistant epileptic patients. This technique has exquisite spatial and temporal resolution. […]

Tactile Perception of Auditory Roughness

Corentin Bernard, Richard Kronland-Martinet, Madeline Fery, Sølvi Ystad, and Etienne Thoret. 2022.  JASA Express Letters 2 (12): 123201 —  @HAL Auditory roughness resulting from fast temporal beatings is often studied by summing two pure tones with close frequencies. Interestingly, the tactile counterpart of auditory roughness can be provided through touch with vibrotactile actua- tors. However, […]

The Effects of Semantic and Syntactic Prediction on Reading Aloud

Elisa Gavard and Johannes C. Ziegler 2022. Experimental Psychology 69 (6): 308–19. —  @HAL Semantic and syntactic prediction effects were investigated in a word naming task using semantic or syntactic contexts that varied between three and six words. Participants were asked to read the contexts silently and name a target word, which was indicated by […]

Ouvertures et salutations entre babouins : Organisation de la séquence et orientation incarnée vers l’autre

Lorenza Mondada and Adrien Meguerditchian. 2022. Langage et Société N° 176 (2): 127–60. —  @HAL Dans cet article, nous nous intéressons à une forme fondamentale de l’organisation de l’interaction sociale, l’organisation de la séquentialité et de la séquence, avec un intérêt particulier pour des actions que l’on peut analyser comme répondant à des actions précédentes, […]

Multimodal Intervention in 8- to 13-Year-Old French Dyslexic Readers: Study Protocol for a Randomized Multicenter Controlled Crossover Trial

Karine Louna Harrar-Eskinazi, Bruno De Cara, Gilles Leloup, Julie Nothelier, Hervé Caci, Johannes C. Ziegler, and Sylvane Faure. 2022. BMC Pediatrics 22 (1): 741  —  @HAL Background: Developmental dyslexia, a specific and long-lasting learning disorder that prevents children from becoming efficient and fluent readers, has a severe impact on academic learning and behavior and may […]

Cerebral Activity in Female Baboons (Papio Anubis) During the Perception of Conspecific and Heterospecific Agonistic Vocalizations: A Functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy Study

Coralie Debracque, Thibaud Gruber, Romain Lacoste, Adrien Meguerditchian, and Didier Grandjean. 2022.  Affective Science 3 (4): 783–91. —  @HAL The “voice areas” in the superior temporal cortex have been identified in both humans and non-human primates as selective to conspecific vocalizations only (i.e expressed by members of our own species), suggesting its old evolutionary roots […]