Clemence Bayard

Clemence Bayard
GIPSA-lab · PCMD

PhD

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Introduction
Additional affiliations
January 2015 - present
GIPSA-lab
Position
  • PostDoc Position
November 2010 - October 2014
Université Libre de Bruxelles
Position
  • PhD Student

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Publications (11)
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At an early stage of visual processing, human faces and bodies are typically associated with larger N170s when presented in an inverted (vs. upright) position, indexing the involvement of configural processing. We challenged this view and hypothesized that sexualized bodies would not be sensitive to inversion, thereby suggesting that they would be...
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Recent evidence for an evolved fear module in the brain comes from studies showing that adults, children and infants detect evolutionarily threatening stimuli such as snakes faster than non-threatening ones. A decisive argument for a threat detection system efficient early in life would come from data showing, in young infants, a functional threat-...
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Among deaf individuals fitted with a cochlear implant, some use Cued Speech (CS; a system in which each syllable is uttered with a complementary manual gesture) and therefore, have to combine auditory, labial and manual information to perceive speech. We examined how audiovisual (AV) speech integration is affected by the presence of manual cues and...
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Audiovisual speech perception of children with specific language impairment (SLI) and children with typical language development (TLD) was compared in two experiments using /aCa/ syllables presented in the context of a masking release paradigm. Children had to repeat syllables presented in auditory alone, visual alone (speechreading), audiovisual c...
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Speech perception for both hearing and deaf people involves an integrative process between auditory and lip-reading information. In order to disambiguate information from lips, manual cues from Cued Speech may be added. Cued Speech (CS) is a system of manual aids developed to help deaf people to clearly and completely understand speech visually (Co...
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Sign languages (SL), like oral languages (OL), organize elementary, meaningless units into meaningful semantic units. Our aim was to compare, at behavioral and neurophysiological levels, the processing of the location parameter in French Belgian SL to that of the rhyme in oral French. Ten hearing and 10 profoundly deaf adults performed a rhyme judg...
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For hearing and deaf people, speech perception involves an integrative process between auditory and lip read information. In order to disambiguate information from lips, manual cue may be added (Cued Speech). We examined how audio-visual integration is affected by the presence of manual cues. To address this issue, we designed an original experimen...

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