Leveraging the auditory oscillatory function to treat speech and language disorders.
March 15 @ 12:00 - 14:00
The neural computations that make oral communication possible must operate on multiple time scales, both in parallel and recursively. Neuronal oscillations at different scales and their precise coordination are a key instrument of this necessary multiplexing, a phenomenon we are exploring in humans through surface and intracortical EEG. In this presentation, I will recall the key computational principles and show how we can exploit them to address fundamental questions about neurodevelopmental pathologies and propose therapeutic solutions.