Aline Frey

Aline Frey
Laboratoire de Neurosciences Cognitives (LNC) · INSPE d'Aix-Marseille

PhD in Cognitive Psychology

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Introduction
Aline Frey currently works at the LNC (Laboratoire de neurosciences Cognitives) - INSPE of the Aix-Marseille academy - Aline does research in Cognitive Psychology, Experimental Psychology and Neuropsychology.

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Introduction The aim of this manuscript is twofold: first, to investigate the relationship between rhythmic, phonological and graphomotor skills in kindergarten children; and second, to evaluate the possible impact of rhythmic training on the two other skills. Methods To that end, we selected a sample of 78 children in Québec. Forty-two children r...
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Purpose This article aimed at investigating the neural underpinnings of music-to-language transfer effects at the pre-attentive level of processing. Method We conducted a longitudinal experiment with a test–training–retest procedure. Nonmusician adults were trained either on frequency (experimental group) or on intensity (control group) of harmoni...
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Interest in applications for the simultaneous acquisition of data from different devices is growing. In neuroscience for example, co-registration complements and overcomes some of the shortcomings of individual methods. However, precise synchronization of the different data streams involved is required before joint data analysis. Our article presen...
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Previous results showed a positive influence of music training on linguistic abilities at both attentive and preattentive levels. Here, we investigate whether six months of active music training is more efficient than painting training to improve the preattentive processing of phonological parameters based on durations that are often impaired in ch...
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Cette expérimentation teste l'hypothèse selon laquelle un entrainement musical faciliterait le déve-loppement des capacités langagières. A cette fin, nous avons évalué les compétences langagières (fluidité de lecture, répétition de mots, suppression syllabique et phonémique, compréhension orale et écrite) de 20 enfants tout-venant d'une classe de C...
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We investigated how two different reading tasks, namely reading to memorize [Read & Memorize (RM)] and reading to decide whether a text was relevant to a given topic [Read & Decide (RD)], modulated both eye movements (EM) and brain activity. To this end, we set up an ecological paradigm using the eye fixation-related potentials (EFRP) technique, in...
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The present study investigated whether children with developmental dyslexia showed specific deficits in the perception of three phonetic features (voicing, place, and manner of articulation) in optimal (silence) and degraded listening conditions (envelope-coded speech versus noise), using both standard behavioral and electrophysiological measures....
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Many lines of evidence have revealed limitations of the human visual system, most notably that only a portion of available information is processed in a single glance. A degree of conceptual confusion has emerged, however, regarding the underlying concepts or mechanisms explaining limited visual processing in reading; perceptual span, visual span,...
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Over the last decades, the analysis of eye movements has proven very useful to investigate the cognitive processes underlying reading. However, from a developmental perspective, this technique has yet hardly been used to better understand the children’s acquisition of reading. This chapter aims at presenting a review of the studies comparing the ey...
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Organize a conference: Initial Reading: " I read and become a reader " (The ways of linking research and practice) The Conference on Initial Reading: " I read and become a reader " will be held on September 24 – 25, 2014, by the Faculty of Education of Charles University in Prague. It is intended for professionals and specialists from both universi...
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Nineteen Temporal Semiotic Units (TSU) have been defined by musicians and researchers from the Laboratoire Musique et Informatique de Marseille (MIM) as categories of musical segments that acquire meaning through their temporal organization. The model of Parameterized Time Motifs (PTMs) provides a graphic modelling of TSUs, which is based on tempor...
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Reading on a web page is known to be not linear and people need to make fast decisions about whether they have to stop or not reading. In such context, reading, and decision-making processes are intertwined and this experiment attempts to separate them through electrophysiological patterns provided by the Eye-Fixation-Related Potentials technique (...
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Résumé Dans la lignée des travaux de Pierre Schaeffer, le laboratoire Musique et Informatique de Marseille (MIM) a mis en évidence des figures temporelles sonores dénommées Unités Sémiotiques Temporelles (UST) qui correspondent à des segments musicaux qui possèdent, per se, une signification temporelle en raison de leur organisation morphologique e...
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The aim of this study was to determine whether conceptual priming occurs between successively presented short musical pieces called Temporal Semantic Units (TSUs). Behavioral and ERP data were recorded while participants, experts and nonexperts in TSUs, were listening to pairs of TSUs and were asked to determine whether the target TSU evoked the sa...
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Résumé Dans la lignée des travaux de Pierre Schaeffer, le laboratoire Musique et Informatique de Marseille (MIM) a mis en évidence des figures temporelles sonores dénommées Unités Sémiotiques Temporelles (UST) qui correspondent à des segments musicaux qui possèdent, per se, une signification temporelle en raison de leur organisation morphologique e...

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This project (ANR-FRQSC) aims to: (i) improve and articulate digital tools for the study of writing in order to: (ii) deepen the development of handwriting in French and Quebec students (whose curriculum differs) and its consequences on spelling performance. To do this, the handwriting performances of typical pupils, practicing cursive writing (in France) or scripting (in Quebec) will be recorded using computer tools that digitize posture, gesture and / or trace information, as well as associated visual information. [Following : @ProjectNumEc on Twitter]
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Évaluer et étudier l'impact d’un dispositif pédagogique collaboratif d’enseignement de l’orthographe sur les apprentissages des élèves (en orthographe et en littératie numérique) et sur le développement professionnel des enseignants. Recherche conduite dans le cadre de l'action « Innovation numérique pour l’excellence éducative » du Programme d'Investissements d'Avenir du gouvernement français.