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Marion Noulhiane

Marion Noulhiane
Paris University · CEA NeuroSpin / Inserm U1141

PhD

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Introduction
Marion Noulhiane currently works at the UNIACT CEA Neurospin / INSERM U1141 Paris University, CPSC. Marion does research in Neuroscience, Biological Psychology, Experimental Psychology and Cognitive Science. Their most recent publication is 'Supplementary Material'.

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Publications (51)
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The structure–function relationship between white matter microstructure and episodic memory (EM) has been little studied in the developing brain, particularly during early childhood. This is detrimental as during the first years of life EM undergoes rapid development. EM recall has been associated to the microstructure of prefrontal-limbic white ma...
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The ability to keep distinct memories of similar events is underpinned by a type of neural computation called pattern separation (PS). Children typically report coarse-grained memories narratives lacking specificity and detail. This lack of memory speci-ficity is illustrative of an immature or impaired PS. Despite its importance for the ontogeny of...
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The development of episodic memory unfolds over three distinct periods: infantile amnesia (the impossibility to recall events that occurred from birth to age 2), childhood amnesia (the paucity of memories for events that occurred from age 2 to age 6), and the emergence of adult-like episodic memory from age 6 onward. Age-related improvements in mem...
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The aim of this study was to investigate the impact of breath-hold diving strategies regarding loss of consciousness (LOC). Three international competitions were examined through video in constant weight diving with (CWT) or without (CNF) fins. We analysed three breath-hold parameters (time, speed, and movements count) for the following phases: act...
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Anatomo-functional brain imaging methods have considerably developed recently, leading to new advances in noninvasive exploration of children with various neurological disorders. In addition, fMRI is a unique method to study healthy children because it does not require any exogenous tracer and has no reported side effects. It thus gives us access t...
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During the past decades, abundant behavioral, clinical, and neuroimaging data have shown several memory systems in the brain. A memory system is a type of memory that processes a particular type of information, using specific mechanisms, with distinct neural correlates. What we call memory is therefore not a unitary capacity but a collection of dis...
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Pourquoi avons-nous un cerveau ? D'où nous vient-il ? Que fait-il lorsqu'il fonctionne ? Ces questions et bien d'autres sont abordées de manière très didactique dans cet ouvrage d'initiation aux bases neurobiologiques du comportement. Cerveau et comportement propose une approche unique aux neurosciences comportementales, dans laquelle chaque chapit...
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The hippocampus and the adjacent perirhinal, entorhinal, temporopolar, and parahippocampal cortices are interconnected in a hierarchical MTL system crucial for memory processes. A probabilistic description of the anatomical location and spatial variability of MTL cortices in the child and adolescent brain would help to assess structure-function rel...
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Time and space are commonly approached as two distinct dimensions, and rarely combined together in a single task, preventing a comparison of their interaction. In this project, using a version of a timing task with a spatial component, we investigate the learning of a spatio-temporal rule in animals. To do so, rats were placed in front of a five-ho...
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Background: Children who have been treated for a medulloblastoma often suffer long-term cognitive impairments that often negatively affect their academic performance and quality of life. In this article, we will review the neuropsychological consequences of childhood medulloblastoma and discuss the risk factors known to influence the presence and...
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Objective: Although impairments of long-term recall affect everyday life, they may be missed by standard delayed recall tests, which typically assess the ability to retain new information within a few minutes, without encompassing the consolidation process. We adapted a verbal memory test to evaluate long-term memory consolidation in healthy volun...
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Pediatric posterior fossa tumor (PFT) survivors who have been treated with cranial radiation therapy often suffer from cognitive impairments that might relate to IQ decline. Radiotherapy (RT) distinctly affects brain regions involved in different cognitive functions. However, the relative contribution of regional irradiation to the different cognit...
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The influence of genes on cortical structures has been assessed through various phenotypes. The sulcal pits, which are the putative first cortical folds, have for long been assumed to be under tight genetic control, but this was never quantified. We estimated the pit depth heritability in various brain regions using the high quality and large sampl...
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The neural networks involved in language recovery following hemispherotomy of the dominant hemisphere after language acquisition in children remain poorly known. Twelve hemispherotomized children (mean age at surgery: 11.3 years) with comparable post-operative neuropsychological patterns underwent multi-task language functional MRI. Three of them h...
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New non-invasive functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) techniques are deeply changing the exploration of epileptic and functional networks in childhood epilepsies, as well as of the normally developing brain. In this review, we first briefly describe the fMRI methods and the specificity, advantages and limitations of fMRI protocols and studi...
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In this article, some specificities of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) in children (eg, blood-oxygen-level-dependent response and brain maturation, paradigm design, technical issues, feasibility, data analysis) are reviewed, the main knowledge on presurgical cortical mapping in children (motor, language, reading, memory) is summarized,...
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Time and space are intrinsically linked, however this association is often broken in order to study timely tuned behavior. A recent study (1) has shown that animals can learn time in only one single session in an aversive Pavlovian task. Similarly several studies (2, 3) have demonstrated that the animals can rapidly adjust to a new time in Fixed In...
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Time and space are commonly approached as two distinct dimensions, and rarely combined together in a single task. In this project, we designed a new version of the peak interval procedure in which we included a spatial component. The aim of this experiment was to investigate the learning of a spatio-temporal rule in animals. Adult male Sprague-Dawl...
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Enhanced memory for emotional faces is a significant component of adaptive social interactions, but little is known on its neural developmental correlates. We explored the role of amygdaloid complex (AC) and medial temporal lobe (MTL) in emotional memory recognition across development, by comparing fMRI activations of successful memory encoding of...
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Anatomo-functional brain imaging methods have considerably developed recently, leading to new advances in noninvasive exploration of children with various neurological disorders. In addition, fMRI is a unique method to study healthy children because it does not require any exogenous tracer and has no reported side effects. It thus gives us access t...
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New anatomical and functional MRI techniques have revolutionised our understanding of the development and plasticity of the brain in children which form the basis of learning and memory as well as functional repair following early brain lesions. The use of diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) and tractography has enabled us to investigate the development...
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Episodic memory plays an important role in learnings. The relations between learning impairment, and particularly specific language impairment, and mnesic development have been investigated especially for short term memory. According to these works, working memory deficits are common in children with language impairment, working memory capacities b...
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The aim of the present study was to examine how visual emotional content could orchestrate time perception. The experimental design allowed us to single out the share of emotion in the specific processing of content-bearing pictures, i.e., real-life scenes. Two groups of participants had to reproduce the duration (2, 4, or 6 s) of content-deprived...
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Medial temporal lobe (MTL) structures are crucial for episodic memory. However, it remains unclear how these structures are involved in encoding and retrieval processes as a function of recollection and familiarity. To better elucidate MTL organization of these two processes, we implemented an fMRI protocol in which both encoding and retrieval of w...
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Nous prions nos lecteurs de nous excuser pour des erreurs qui se sont glissées dans la figure 8 de cet article. Fig. 8. Corrélations entre des mesures métaboliques du glucose au repos (TEP) et des scores de souvenirs auto-biographique episodiques ou sémantisés chez des patients atteints de démence fronto-temporale (A) et des patients Alzheimer (B).
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From an early age, autobiographical memory models our feeling of identity and continuity. It grows throughout lifetime with our experiences and is built up from general self-knowledge and specific memories. The study of autobiographical memory depicts the dynamic and reconstructive features of this type of long-term memory, combining both semantic...
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We studied the involvement of the parietal cortex in interpersonal body representation in a left parietal stroke patient. We used tasks assessing different types of body representations and localization of object parts. The patient performed normally on all tasks of body knowledge. However, she was unable to locate body parts on another person or o...
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To examine the influence of sensory modality on time reproduction, we investigated the location of the indifference interval in the visual and auditory modalities with two ranges of duration (1–5.5 s and 1–10 s). Results showed that in the visual modality, the location of the indifference interval did not shift as a function of duration range and o...
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Patients with a dysexecutive syndrome often have severe disabilities in daily life activities. The aims of this study were to use a naturalistic experimental task to assess patients' disabilities, and to study the nature of the cognitive disorders underlying them. Execution of a cooking task involving multi-tasking (Chevignard et al., 2000) was stu...
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Timing and memory have strong relationships : mnemonic processes are permanently involved to memorise durations and, reciprocally, an event is temporally printed by its duration in memory. While memory impairments associated with temporal lobe epilepsy or following surgical resection of mesial temporal lobe to treat refractory epilepsy have been la...
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This study assesses the role of the human medial temporal lobe (MTL) structures in the coordination of spatial information across perspective change and, in particular, in visual perspective taking--namely the capacity to know what another individual is seeing on the visual scene. Fourteen patients with unilateral temporal lobe resection and 21 con...
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This study aims to investigate autonoetic consciousness associated with episodic autobiographical memory in patients who had undergone unilateral medial temporal lobe resection for intractable epilepsy. Autonoetic consciousness, defined as the conscious feeling of mentally travelling back in time to relive a specific event, was assessed using the R...
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This study examined the contribution of medial temporal lobe (MTL) structures in autobiographical memory. While some investigators have reported a temporal gradient in memory performance, characterized by retrieval difficulties limited to recent periods of life [Squire and Alvarez (Retrograde amnesia and memory consolidation: a neurobiological pers...
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Emotional and neutral sounds rated for valence and arousal were used to investigate the influence of emotions on timing in reproduction and verbal estimation tasks with durations from 2 s to 6 s. Results revealed an effect of emotion on temporal judgment, with emotional stimuli judged to be longer than neutral ones for a similar arousal level. With...
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This study examined the role of medial temporal lobe structures in verbal estimation and production of time intervals. Left medial temporal lobe lesions produced deficits in both tasks, whereas right medial temporal lobe lesions only disturbed time production. Although both tasks require adequate use of chronometric units, they seem to be subserved...
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L’autisme est une pathologie du développement psychoaffectif d’origine polyfactorielle, associant une composante génétique et environnementale. Les facteurs de vulnérabilité génétique impliqués dans l’autisme pourraient également contribuer aux troubles du langage ou de la socialisation, dont la fréquence est accrue chez les apparentés de sujets au...
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Autism is characterized by impairments in communication and socialization and by the presence of circumscribed and stereotyped interest. Previous studies have shown that genetic mechanisms may enhance the vulnerability to autism. These mechanisms are complex and may involve the combination of several genes, in interaction with the environment. The...
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Music is typically a pleasurable experience. But under certain circumstances, music can also be unpleasant, for example, when a young child randomly hits piano keys. Such unpleasant musical experiences have been shown to activate a network of brain structures involved in emotion, mostly located in the medial temporal lobe: the parahippocampal gyrus...
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Segmentation guidelines on high-resolution MRI designed to assess remaining volumes of the hippocampus and the parahippocampal cortices after medial temporal lobe (MTL) surgery could provide a useful tool to investigate the involvement of these anatomical regions in surgical outcomes and in human memory. For this purpose, we implemented an MRI volu...
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Music constitutes an ideal means to create a sense of suspense in films. However, there has been minimal investigation into the underlying cerebral organization for perceiving danger created by music. In comparison, the amygdala's role in recognition of fear in non-musical contexts has been well established. The present study sought to fill this ga...
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The goal of the present experiment was to determine the role of medial temporal-lobe structures in episodic memory of auditory-spatial associations. By using a two-alternative forced choice paradigm in which an association between eight different sounds and their spatial location must be recognized, learning abilities over 10 learning sessions were...
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Primate auditory systems are divided into at least two different pathways. One refers to objects and the other deals with localization. To investigate auditory spatial and non-spatial short-term memory, we tested patients with unilateral medial temporal lobe lesions including the pole in two tasks involving either sound localization discrimination...

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