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Searching for the cerebral correlates of reverse-speech processing


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Melissa BARKAT-DEFRADAS , Fanny MEUNIER

Scientific framework and objectives

The oral mode of human language, viz. speech, possesses particular temporal and spectral acoustic features. Determining the specific brain networks involved in language processing constitutes a major concern in studies dealing with human cognition. This context has favoured the emergence of the belief that human's brain is predisposed to process the 'primitive' components of language. We may indeed wonder if the brain has specialized networks of areas for the processing of human language and whether these neural chains respond only and/or specifically to human's voice and/or to its characteristics.

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In order to explore the neural mechanisms and markers involved in speech perception, we are studying the effect of reverse speech on the cognitive processing of speech, and more particularly, what brain mechanisms are associated with loss of intelligibility and cognitive restoration.


  Financial support
  • ACI Réseau des MSH

    MENRT
    2001-2004
  • APN / ATIP

    CNRS-SHS
    2001-2003

  Publications
  • Grataloup, C., Hoen, M., Pellegrino, F., Meunier, F., 2006, "Influence des paramètres psycholinguistiques du cocktail party sur la compréhension d'un signal de parole cible", actes de XXVIème Journées d’études sur la Parole, Dinard, 12-16 juin 2006, pp. 517-520
  • Grataloup, C., Hoen, M., Pellegrino, F., Meunier, F., 2006, "Lexical properties of background speech can affect word comprehension at the cocktail party", proc. of 5th Mental Lexicon International Conference, Montreal, Canada, October 11-13, 2006, pp. 1
  • Hoen, M., Grataloup, C., Grimault, N., Perrin, F., Perrot, X., Pellegrino, F., Meunier, F., Collet, L., 2006, "Tomber le masque de l’information: effet cocktail party, masque informationnel et interférences psycholinguistiques en situation de compréhension de la parole dans la parole", actes de XXVIème Journées d’études sur la Parole, Dinard, 12-16 juin 2006, pp. 575-578
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