Marjorie Dole

Marjorie Dole
Clinatec

PhD
Postdoctoral Researcher

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22
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Additional affiliations
January 2017 - December 2021
Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Grenoble
Position
  • Clinical Resarch Assistant
January 2013 - August 2014
Position
  • Post Doc Position
October 2011 - December 2012
Lyon Neuroscience Research Center
Position
  • PhD Student

Publications

Publications (22)
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A computational model of speech perception, COSMO (Laurent et al., 2017), predicts that speech sounds should evoke both auditory representations in temporal areas and motor representations mainly in inferior frontal areas. Importantly, the model also predicts that auditory representations should be narrower, i.e. more focused on typical stimuli, th...
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Over the last seventy years or so, many previous studies have shown that photobiomodulation, the use of red to near infrared light on body tissues, can improve central and peripheral neuronal function and survival in both health and in disease. These improvements are thought to arise principally from an impact of photobiomodulation on mitochondrial...
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Rationale Sleep-disordered breathing (SDB) is highly prevalent after stroke. The clinical and ventilatory chemosensitivity characteristics of SDB, namely obstructive, central and coexisting obstructive and central sleep apnoea (coexisting sleep apnoea) following stroke are poorly described. Objective To determine the respective clinical and ventil...
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The influence of motor knowledge on speech perception is well established, but the functional role of the motor system is still poorly understood. The present study explores the hypothesis that speech production abilities may help infants discover phonetic categories in the speech stream in spite of coarticulation effects. To this aim, we examined...
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This review of the literature on the emergence of language describes two opposing views of phonological development, the sound-based versus the whole-word-based accounts. An integrative model is proposed which claims that learning sublexical speech sounds and producing wordlike vocalizations are in fact parallel processes that feed each other durin...
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Right hemisphere lateralization for face processing is well documented in typical populations. At the behavioral level, this right hemisphere bias is often related to a left visual field (LVF) bias. A conventional mean to study this phenomenon consists of using chimeric faces that are composed of the left and right parts of two faces. In this parad...
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Early multisensory perceptual experiences shape the abilities of infants to perform socially-relevant visual categorization, such as the extraction of gender, age, and emotion from faces. Here, we investigated whether multisensory perception of gender is influenced by infant-directed (IDS) or adult-directed (ADS) speech. Six-, 9-, and 12-month-old...
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Data. Proportion of total looking time (PTLT) that each infant directed at the matching and non-matching faces over the four test trials. (CSV)
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In the present study, we investigated brain morphological signatures of dyslexia by using a voxel-based asymmetry analysis. Dyslexia is a developmental disorder that affects the acquisition of reading and spelling abilities and is associated with a phonological deficit. Speech perception disabilities have been associated with this deficit, particul...
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Developmental dyslexia is associated with impaired speech-in-noise perception. The goal of the present research was to further characterize this deficit in dyslexic adults. In order to specify the mechanisms and processing strategies used by adults with dyslexia during speech-in-noise perception, we explored the influence of background type, presen...
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This study tested the use of binaural cues in adult dyslexic listeners during speech-in-noise comprehension. Participants listened to words presented in three different noise-types (Babble-, Fluctuating- and Stationary-noise) in three different listening configurations: dichotic, monaural and binaural. In controls, we obtained an important informat...
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La dyslexie est un trouble de l'apprentissage de la lecture et de l'écriture, en l'absence de déficits neurologiques ou intellectuels. Des troubles auditifs sont par ailleurs fréquemment associés, parmi lesquels on note des déficits de la compréhension de la parole dans le bruit (Cunningham & al., 2001 ; Ziegler & al., 2007). Une autre caractéristi...
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This experiment tested the advantage of binaural presentation of an interfering noise in a task involving identification of monaurally-presented words. These words were embedded in three types of noise: a stationary noise, a speech-modulated noise and a speech-babble noise, in order to assess energetic and informational masking contributions to bin...

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This project aims at evaluating the cerebral effects of transcranial photobiomodulation, on healthy aging and young participants