Desiree Lussier

Desiree Lussier
Université de Montréal | UdeM · Institute of Geriatrics of Montreal

Doctor of Philosophy

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Based on comprehensive testing and educational history, children in grades 4–9 (on average 12 years) were diagnosed with dysgraphia (persisting handwriting impairment) or dyslexia (persisting word spelling/reading impairment) or as typical writers and readers (controls). The dysgraphia group (n = 14) and dyslexia group (n = 17) were each compared t...
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Pain is common in older individuals often interfering with daily function, and pain interference is a common proxy for measuring physical functioning in this population. Although both pain and aging are associated with changes to brain volume, relatively few studies have examined the association between pain interference and brain volume among olde...
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Chronic pain disproportionately affects older adults, severely impacting quality of life and independent living, with musculoskeletal pain most prevalent. Chronic musculoskeletal pain is associated with specific structural alterations in the brain and interindividual variability in brain structure is likely an important contributor to susceptibilit...
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The impact of multisite acquisition on rsfMRI connectivity has recently gained attention. We provide consistency values (Pearson's correlation) between resting-state fMRI (rsfMRI) connectivity maps of an adult volunteer (Csub) scanned 25 times over 3.5 years at 13 sites using the Canadian Dementia Imaging Protocol (CDIP, www.cdip-pcid.ca). This dat...
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Science and art have been intertwined for centuries, both representing means for humans to represent, communicate and interpret our external and internal worlds. Our collective effort to gather and organize knowledge about the brain blends well with a wide array of human creative activities, from visual and performing arts to interactive media. It...
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Science and art have been intertwined for centuries, as both embody means for humans to represent, communicate, and interpret our external and internal worlds. The collective effort to gather and organize knowledge about the brain blends well with a wide array of human creative activities, from visual and performing arts to interactive media. It th...

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