Pascale Dubois

Pascale Dubois
McGill University | McGill · Department of Psychology

PhD in measure and evaluation - Speech-language pathologist

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Publications (23)
Thesis
People with developmental language disorder (DLD) have difficulties understanding language and expressing themselves. These difficulties, which are not associated with another disorder, significantly impact their everyday functioning. For young adults, they may translate into challenges during the school-to-work-transition. As of now, little is kno...
Article
Purpose Research on developmental language disorder (DLD) in adulthood has increased rapidly in recent years. However, to date, there has been no systematic literature review on this topic, thereby limiting the possibility to have a comprehensive overview of publications in this field. Method Following Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Revi...
Presentation
La présentation va mettre de l'avant notre nouveau guide de parrainage à l'emploi, qui est destiné aux personnes ayant un trouble développemental du langage (TDL) et leurs employeurs. / The presentation will highlight out new Employment Sponsorship Guide for people with developmental language disorder and their employers.
Technical Report
Le rapport est disponible ici : http://www.frqsc.gouv.qc.ca/documents/11326/448958/Chantal.Desmarais_TEVA_jeunes-handicapes_rapport.pdf/22981b40-f4df-4179-ae6d-b10dbbb3a030
Chapter
In many societies, teachers must cope with students who are not motivated to learn. Self-determination theory (SDT; Ryan & Deci (2009) Promoting self-determined school engagement: Motivation, learning, and well-being. In K. R. Wentzel & A. Wigfield (Eds.), Handbook on motivation at school (pp. 171–196). New York: Routledge) proposes that demotivati...
Presentation
School-to-work transition is a challenging period for youth with developmental language disorder. However, little is known about the factors contributing to the success of this transition for this population. Based on research conducted with young adults with DLD and youth with disabilities, supporting self-determination could be beneficial. In a...
Presentation
School-to-work transition is a challenging period for adolescents and young adults with developmental language disorder (DLD). However, little is known about which factors predict well-being during this transition and the quality of this transition (Conti-Ramsden et al., 2016, 2018). According to Self-Determination Theory (SDT), optimal outcomes ar...
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Young adults with developmental language disorder (DLD) are at risk of facing many challenges during their transition to adulthood in terms of outcomes in education, employment, and independent living. This presentation will first discuss the results of a systematic review on this subject published in the Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Re...
Poster
Students with special education needs face challenges during their school-to-work transition (Crawford, 2012). In Quebec, many follow the Work-Oriented Training Path (WOTP), which prepares them for their school-to-work transition (future job search and job market; MELS, 2008). But what factors could predict positive job search behaviors in this und...
Presentation
It is well known that developmental language disorder (DLD) has pervasive effects during young adulthood. This session proposes a synthesis of the literature regarding the outcomes of young adults with a DLD. The author will present how the results obtained with different cohorts converge as well as the factors that can help to qualify the interpre...
Presentation
La présence d’un trouble développemental de langage chez les élèves peut affecter leur parcours scolaire. Plusieurs cheminent donc dans le parcours de formation axé sur l’emploi afin de les préparer à leur transition de l’école vers l’emploi. À l’aube de celle-ci, ces élèves et leur enseignant ont développé des attentes quant à la réussite de leur...
Presentation
Conférence-midi à la Faculté de médecine de l’Université Laval, Département de réadaptation. Cette conférence présente une synthèse des plus récents écrits portant sur le portrait des adolescents et jeunes adultes présentant un trouble développemental de langage en transition de l’école vers l’emploi.
Article
Mothers and fathers' autonomy-supportive and controlling behaviors: An analysis of interparental contributions. Parenting, 18, 45-65. Running Head: Similarity in Mothers' and Fathers' Behaviors 2 SYNOPSIS Objective. The goal of this study was to examine how mothers and fathers contribute to each other's autonomy supportive and controlling behaviors...
Article
Using a dual-task paradigm, 2 experiments (Experiments 1 and 2) were conducted to assess differences in the amount of listening effort expended to understand speech in noise in audiovisual (AV) and audio-only (A-only) modalities. Experiment 1 had equivalent noise levels in both modalities, and Experiment 2 equated speech recognition performance lev...

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Project
Ce projet s'inscrit dans l'initiative stratégique 'Créer un environnement catalyseur afin de promouvoir la participation sociale de l’enfant avec une déficience physique' du REPAR
Project
(1) Répertorier les recherches nord-américaines qui font état des meilleures pratiques en matière de TÉVA (2) Analyser les pratiques en place au Québec et à déterminer celles qui présentent la plus grande cohérence avec les meilleures pratiques mises en évidence à l'objectif 1 (3) Confirmer les caractéristiques des programmes qui devraient servir de modèles pour un déploiement de démarches de TÉVA dans toutes les régions du Québec