Xiaoyue Wang

Xiaoyue Wang
University of Geneva | UNIGE · Department of Fundamental Neurosciences (NEUFO)

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Xiaoyue Wang currently works at the Department of Fundamental Neuroscience, University of Geneva. Xiaoyue does research in Neuropsychology, Developmental Psychology and Cognitive Psychology.
Additional affiliations
November 2017 - present
University of Geneva
Position
  • PhD Student
September 2013 - July 2017
South China Normal University
Position
  • Master's Student

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Publications (6)
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Communication difficulties in autism spectrum disorder (ASD) involve a speech reception deficit, whose biological causes are not yet identified. This deficit could denote atypical neuronal ensemble activity, as reflected by neural oscillations. Atypical cross-frequency oscillation coupling in particular could disrupt the possibility to jointly trac...
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Editorial by Foxe et al. on the 2018 Autism Special Issue published in European Journal of Neuroscience
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Although many studies have reported domain-general impaired duration perception for speech and nonspeech sounds in children with autism, it remained unclear whether this phenomenon is universally applicable regardless of language background. In some languages such as Finnish and Japanese, vowel duration serves a phonemic role that can signify seman...
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Recent studies reveal that tonal language speakers with autism have enhanced neural sensitivity to pitch changes in nonspeech stimuli but not to lexical tone contrasts in their native language. The present ERP study investigated whether the distinct pitch processing pattern for speech and nonspeech stimuli in autism was due to a speech-specific def...
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During text reading, the parafoveal word was usually presented between 2° and 5° from the point of fixation. Whether semantic information of parafoveal words can be processed during sentence reading is a critical and long-standing issue. Recently, studies using the RSVP-flanker paradigm have shown that the incongruent parafoveal word, presented as...

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Hello there,
Considering that eye-tracking should help confirm the "real" area of interest of visual information individually, is there a similar technique to individually ensure the "real" area of interest of acoustic signal?
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