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October 2018

Aligning ears and mouths: the consequences of synchronizing heard and spoken language by David Poeppel

10/12/2018 @ 12:00 - 14:00
Amphithéâtre de CERIMED, 27 Boulevard Jean Moulin
Marseille, 13005
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12h Prof. David Poeppel, Max-Planck-Institute Frankfurt &New York University • 13h Lunch • Confirm attendance (mandatory) by sending an email to lunchtalks@ilcb.fr Aligning ears and mouths: the consequences of synchronizing heard and spoken language The brain has rhythms, and so does speech. It is a fortuitous outcome of recent research that the temporal structure of speech and the temporal organization of various brain structures align in systematic ways. (One might ask, of course: how could it have been otherwise?) The…

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November 2018

Les dysfonctionnements phonétiques et/ou phonémiques dans l’aphasie, chez l’enfant et chez l’apprenant d’une langue seconde : Une tentative de simplification ? Erreurs, Contraintes structurales et/ou Stratégies Palliatives by Jean-Luc Nespoulous

11/16/2018 @ 12:00 - 14:00
Salle des voûtes, St Charles, 3 place Victor Hugo
Marseille, 13001 France
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La lésion cérébrale qui provoque une aphasie engendre certes ipso facto un déficit linguistique. Ce déficit ne se caractérise cependant pas, dans la très grande majorité des cas, chez ces patients, par une « perte de compétence », comme l’avait cru R. Jakobson sur la base de données cliniques rapportées par d’autres (K. Goldstein et A.R. Luria, en particulier) et très largement « sur-interprétées » par lui-même !

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December 2018

Information-oriented and cross-language aspects on speech and cortical rhythms by François Pellegrino

12/08/2018 @ 12:00 - 15:00
Salle des voûtes, St Charles, 3 place Victor Hugo
Marseille, 13001 France
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Information-oriented and cross-language aspects on speech and cortical rhythms by François Pellegrino (CNRS & Université de Lyon, Dynamics of Language Lab UMR5596) During the last two decades a growing body of evidence has shown a close relationship between temporal structure of speech and neural oscillatory activities, especially in the theta and gamma bands. More specifically, several recent models suggest that the neural capacity to track speech dynamics and rhythmic patterns is crucial for speech processing and understanding. However, it is…

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January 2019

PhD&post-doc welcoming day

January 18 @ 10:00 - 19:30
Malmousque, Chemin de la Batterie des Lions
Marseille, 13007 France
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10-10.30: Welcome: breakfast and introduction to ILCB PhD &post-doc group   10.00-11.30: group work session 1 Groups of the ILCB day February 8th  focusing on the cross cutting topics of the ILCB and “interdisciplinarity” , 3 groups -interactions ; learning and networks; comparative approaches- with 3-4 members/group). The session will contain presentations of the same slides used for the meeting in October (1 per person introducing their research project), a discussion and elaboration of a preliminary common slide that connects…

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ILCB Lunch-talk by Nuria Sebastian, Ghislaine Dehaene

January 25 @ 10:00 - 14:00
Salle des voûtes, St Charles, 3 place Victor Hugo
Marseille, 13001 France

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February 2019

Workshop Doctorants et Post-Doctorants

February 8
Salle des voûtes, St Charles, 3 place Victor Hugo
Marseille, 13001 France
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Program  ILCB-day February 8th (Salle de voûtes, St Charles, Marseille) Morning dedicated to three group presentations by the PhD-students and post-docs of the ILCB followed by interactive discussions around transversal topics with all the members of the ILCB. 9.30 - 10.30:  "Interactions" 10.30 - 11.30: "Learning and networks" 11.30 - 12.30: "Comparative approaches" 12.30 - 14.00 LUNCH Afternoon devoted to the reflection and discussion around the topic of interdisciplinary research in cognitive science 14.00: Keynote presentation on "Interdisciplinary research in…

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The Temporal Dynamics of Word Processing in Hearing and Deaf Readers by Phillip Holcomb

February 12 @ 08:00 - 17:00

The Temporal Dynamics of Word Processing in Hearing and Deaf Readers by Phillip Holcomb, Department of Psychology, San Diego State University, San Diego (United States) In my talk I will discuss a recent line of research in our lab where we are comparing electrophysiological measures of word processing in hearing and deaf adult readers. Because congenitally deaf adults acquire reading skills without the benefit of having first learned a spoken language they offer a unique contrast with hearing readers which…

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Some recent developments in models of retrieval processes by Prof. Shravan Vasishth

February 12 @ 08:00 - 17:00

Some recent developments in models of retrieval processes by Prof. Shravan Vasishth (University of Potsdam) In this talk, I will discuss some recent empirical and theoretical developments in cue-based retrieval theory . I will begin by talking about what we know so far about the underlying mechanisms driving retrieval processes in sentence comprehension and the evidence for and against the cue-based retrieval account . Then I will present some recent work showing that two alternative models of retrieval are viable…

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Electrophysiological tools to assess brain activity by Eduardo Martinez-Montes

February 13 @ 08:00 - 17:00

Electrophysiological tools to assess brain activity by Eduardo Martinez-Montes (Head of the Neuroinformatics Department, Cuban Neuroscience Center) The development of a wide variety of neuroimaging methods based on Magnetic Resonance Imaging has opened new ways for studying brain organization and functioning with high spatial resolution. It is also becoming increasingly clear that the complex functions of the human brain such as cognition, language, attention and several pathologies are not fully explained by only considering the activation of spatially fixed cerebral…

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La Poesie des synapses ou comment les mots nous font plaisir ou peur ? by Arthur Jacobs

February 13 @ 14:00 - 17:00
Salle des voûtes, St Charles, 3 place Victor Hugo
Marseille, 13001 France
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La Poesie des synapses ou comment les mots nous font plaisir ou peur ? by Arthur Jacobs (Freie Universität Berlin, Dahlem Institute for Neuroimaging of Emotion (D.I.N.E.)) La lecture n'est pas seulement un processus de traitement d'information, mais elle comporte des réponses affectives et esthétiques qui vont bien au-delà de ce que les modèles actuels de la lecture décrivent. Des mots peuvent nous plaire ou faire mal, des textes nous rendre heureux ou faire pleurer. Mais comment des stimuli ""symboliques""…

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