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  • Alternative Time Representation in Dopamine Models 

    Rivest, François; Kalaska, John F.; Bengio, Yoshua (Springer Science + Business Media, 2009)
    Données originales publiées dans l'article: Rivest, F, Kalaska, J.F., Bengio, Y. (2009) Alternative time representation in dopamine models. Journal of Computational Neuroscience. doi:10.1007/s10827-009-0191-1
  • A brainstem neural substrate for stopping locomotion 

    Grätsch, Swantje; Auclair, François; Demers, Olivier; Auguste, Emmanuella; Hanna, Amer; Büschges, Ansgar; Dubuc, Réjean (Society for Neuroscience, 2018-12-12)
    Locomotion occurs sporadically and needs to be started, maintained, and stopped. The neural substrate underlying the activation of locomotion is partly known, but little is known about mechanisms involved in termination of locomotion. ...
  • Predicting early post-stroke aphasia outcome from initial aphasia severity 

    Osa Garcia, Alberto; Brambati, Simona Maria; Brisebois, Amélie; Désilets-Barnabé, Marianne; Bedetti, Christophe; Rochon, Elizabeth; Leonard, Carol; Desautels, Alex; Leonard, Carol; Marcotte, Karine (Frontiers media, 2020-02-21)
    Background: The greatest degree of language recovery in post-stroke aphasia takes place within the first weeks. Aphasia severity and lesion measures have been shown to be good predictors of long-term outcomes. However, little is known about their ...
  • Stroke mimics transported by emergency medical services to a comprehensive stroke center : the magnitude of the problem 

    Neves Briard, Joël; Zewude, Rahel T.; Kate, Mahesh P.; Rowe, Brian H.; Buck, Brian; Butcher, Ken; Gioia, Laura C. (Elsevier, 2018-10)
    Background: Despite the use of validated prehospital stroke screens, stroke mimics are frequent among patients transported by Emergency Medical Services to the Emergency Department. We aimed to describe the frequency and characteristics of neurological ...