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Sophie BOUTON

CR2, CNRS

 

sophie.l.bouton@gmail.com

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I am a CNRS researcher at the Dynamic Language Laboratory (Université Lyon 2), in Lyon, France.


I am a CNRS researcher at the Dynamic Language Laboratory (Université de Lyon), in Lyon, France. \\ My general interests are neuroscience and linguistics, with emphasis on the neural basis of speech perception. I use multiple non-invasive (M/EEG, fMRI) or intracranial (ECoG, sEEG) techniques to record neuronal activity. In order to provide optimal findings, I apply well-founded approaches and methods from signal processing. My aim is to understand the rhythmic fluctuations of neural excitability and the synchronization mechanisms in ensembles of neurons in order to show the kind of temporal filters the brain applies in speech perception. My research combines theoretical and experimental fields, and is practical to both ordinary and pathological perception (signal conveyed by a cochlear implant for everyone with profound deafness, individuals with dyslexia).


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My general interests are neuroscience and linguistics, with emphasis on the neural basis of speech perception. I use multiple non-invasive (M/EEG, fMRI) or intracranial (ECoG, sEEG) techniques to record neuronal activity. In order to provide optimal findings, I apply well-founded approaches and methods from signal processing. My aim is to understand the rhythmic fluctuations of neural excitability and the synchronization mechanisms in ensembles of neurons in order to show the kind of temporal filters the brain applies in speech perception. My research combines theoretical and experimental fields, and is practical to both ordinary and pathological perception (signal conveyed by a cochlear implant for everyone with profound deafness, individuals with dyslexia).

 


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