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  • La sémantique, la lecture de mots irréguliers et les lobes temporaux antérieurs 

    Semantics, irregular word reading and the anterior temporal lobes
    Bergeron, Sabryna; Pichette, Dominique; Ciquier, Gabrielle C.; Dubé, Catherine; Brambati, Simona Maria; Wilson, Maximiliano A. (Ortho édition, 2014)
    Dans cette recension des écrits nous présentons les résultats d’études comportementales et de neuroimagerie mettant en rapport la sémantique et la lecture de mots irréguliers, ainsi que la sémantique et les lobes temporaux antérieurs (LTA). Plus ...
  • Sensory contribution to vocal emotion deficit in patients with cerebellar stroke 

    Thomasson, Marine; Benis, Damien; Saj, Arnaud; Voruz, Philippe; Ronchi, Roberta; Grandjean, Didier; Assal, Frédéric; Péron, Julie (Elsevier, 2021-05-03)
    In recent years, there has been increasing evidence of cerebellar involvement in emotion processing. Difficulties in the recognition of emotion from voices (i.e., emotional prosody) have been observed following cerebellar stroke. However, the interplay ...
  • Sexual and relationship intimacy among women with provoked vestibulodynia and their partners : associations with sexual satisfaction, sexual function, and pain self-efficacy 

    Bois, Katy; Bergeron, Sophie; Rosen, Natalie O.; McDuff, Pierre; Grégoire, Catherine (2013-08)
    Introduction Provoked vestibulodynia (PVD) is the most frequent subtype of vulvodynia. Women report negative consequences of PVD on their sexual and romantic relationships. Researchers have recently highlighted the importance of examining interpersonal ...
  • Signs of spatial neglect in unilateral peripheral vestibulopathy 

    Saj, Arnaud; Bachelard-Serra, Mathilde; Lavieille, Jean-Pierre; Honoré, Jacques; Borel, Liliane (Wiley, 2020-12-28)
    Background and purpose In this study, the question of whether egocentric representation of space is impaired in chronic unilateral vestibulopathies was examined. The objective was to test current theories attributing a predominant role to vestibular ...
  • Single and Multiple Domain Amnestic MCI: two sides of the same coin? 

    Single- and multiple-domain amnestic mild cognitive impairment: two sides of the same coin?
    Brambati, Simona Maria; Belleville, Sylvie; Kergoat, Marie-Jeanne; Chayer, Céline; Gauthier, Serge; Joubert, Sven (2009)
    Background. Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment (aMCI) is considered a transition stage between normal aging and Alzheimer's disease (AD). Two main clinical subtypes of aMCI have been identified: 1) aMCI single domain (aMCI-SD), with isolated ...
  • Sleep and aggressive behavior among toddlers: investigating directionality of associations 

    Sleep and aggression in toddlers
    Bélanger, Marie-Ève; Desrosiers, Kim; Bernier, Annie (Wayne State University Press, 2018)
    This study examined the reciprocal associations between sleep (duration and quality) and aggressive behavior in toddlers. The sample consisted of 82 children (43 boys and 39 girls) and their parents who completed two assessments, when children were 2 ...
  • Sleep and wake disturbances following traumatic brain injury 

    Duclos, Catherine; Dumont, Marie; Wiseman-Hakes, Catherine; Arbour, Caroline; Mongrain, Valérie; Gaudreault, Pierre-Olivier; Khoury, Samar; Lavigne, Gilles; Desautels, Alex; Gosselin, Nadia (Elsevier, 2014-10)
    Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a major health concern in industrialised countries. Sleep and wake disturbances are among the most persistent and disabling sequelae after TBI. Yet, despite the widespread complaints of post-TBI sleep and wake disturbances, ...
  • Sleep in the acute phase of severe traumatic brain injury : a snapshot of polysomnography 

    Sleep and traumatic brain injury
    Wiseman-Hakes, Catherine; Duclos, Catherine; Blais, Hélène; Dumont, Marie; Bernard, Francis; Desautels, Alex; Menon, David K.; Gilbert, Danielle; Carrier, Julie; Gosselin, Nadia (SAGE, 2015-12-23)
    Background and Objectives. The onset of pervasive sleep-wake disturbances associated with traumatic brain injury (TBI) is poorly understood. This study aimed to (a) determine the feasibility of using polysomnography in patients in the acute, hospitalized ...
  • Sleep oscillation-specific associations with Alzheimer’s disease CSF biomarkers : novel roles for sleep spindles and tau 

    Kam, Korey; Parekh, Ankit; Sharma, Ram A.; Andrade, Andreia; Lewin, Monica; Castillo, Bresne; Bubu, Omonigho M.; Chua, Nicholas J.; Miller, Margo D.; Mullins, Anna E.; Glodzik, Lidia; Mosconi, Lisa; Gosselin, Nadia; Prathamesh, Kulkarni; Chen, Zhe; Blennow, Kaj; Zetterberg, Henrik; Bagchi, Nisha; Cavedoni, Bianca; Rapoport, David M.; Ayappa, Indu; De Leon, Mony J.; Petkova, Eva; Varga, Andrew W.; Osorio, Ricardo S. (BMC, 2019-02-21)
    Background: Based on associations between sleep spindles, cognition, and sleep-dependent memory processing, here we evaluated potential relationships between levels of CSF Aβ42, P-tau, and T-tau with sleep spindle density and other biophysical ...
  • Sleep spindles are resilient to extensive white matter deterioration 

    Sanchez, Erlan; Arbour, Caroline; El-Khatib, Héjar; Marcotte, Karine; Blais, Hélène; Baril, Andrée-Ann; Bedetti, Christophe; Descoteaux, Maxime; Lina, Jean-Marc; Gilbert, Danielle; Carrier, Julie; Gosselin, Nadia (Oxford University Press, 2020-06-13)
    Sleep spindles are an essential part of non-rapid eye movement sleep, notably involved in sleep consolidation, cognition, learning and memory. These oscillatory waves depend on an interaction loop between the thalamus and the cortex, which relies on ...
  • Sleep-wake disturbances in hospitalized patients with traumatic brain injury: association with brain trauma but not with an abnormal melatonin circadian rhythm 

    Duclos, Catherine; Dumont, Marie; Paquet, Jean; Blais, Hélène; Van der Maren, Solenne; Menon, David K.; Bernard, Francis; Gosselin, Nadia (Oxford University Press, 2019-09-28)
    Study Objectives: To test whether the sleep-wake cycle disruption in patients hospitalized with traumatic brain injury (TBI) 1) is also found in patients with traumatic injuries other than TBI (nonTBI); and 2) is associated to a weaker or abnormal ...
  • Sleeping Toward Behavioral Regulation: Relations Between Sleep and Externalizing Symptoms in Toddlers and Preschoolers 

    Bélanger, Marie-Ève; Bernier, Annie; Simard, Valérie; Desrosiers, Kim; Carrier, Julie (2015-11-25)
    Objective: The aim of this study was to investigate the concurrent and longitudinal relations between sleep and externalizing symptoms among young children. Method: Sixty-four families (mostly Caucasian; 36 boys) were met twice, when children were ...
  • Spatial learners display enhanced oculomotor performance 

    Aumont, Étienne; Bohbot, Véronique; West, Gregory (Routledge, 2018-09-21)
    Attention is important during navigation processes that rely on a cognitive map, as spatial relationships between environmental landmarks need to be selected, encoded, and learned. Spatial learners navigate using this process of cognitive map formation, ...
  • Stability in maternal autonomy support and child executive functioning 

    Matte-Gagné, Célia; Bernier, Annie; Lalonde, Gabrielle (2015-09)
    The purpose of this study was to examine the role of early and current maternal autonomy support, and of its stability over time, in predicting child executive functioning (EF). Seventy-eight mother–child dyads participated in two visits when children ...
  • Subcortical amyloid load is associated with shape and volume in cognitively normal individuals 

    Subcortical Aβ associates to morphometry
    Rahayel, Shady; Bocti, Christian; Sévigny Dupont, Pénélope; Joannette, Maude; Lavallée, Marie Maxime; Nikelski, Jim; Chertkow, Howard; Joubert, Sven (Wiley, 2019-05-21)
    Amyloid-beta (Aβ) deposition is one of the main hallmarks of Alzheimer’s disease. The study assessed the associations between cortical and subcortical 11C-Pittsburgh Compound B retention, namely in the hippocampus, amygdala, putamen, caudate, pallidum, ...
  • Subcortical amyloid relates to cortical morphology in cognitively normal individuals 

    Rahayel, Shady; Bocti, Christian; Sévigny Dupont, Pénélope; Joannette, Maude; Lavallée, Marie Maxime; Nikelski, Jim; Chertkow, Howard; Joubert, Sven (Springer, 2019-07-25)
    Purpose Amyloid (Aβ) brain deposition can occur in cognitively normal individuals and is associated with cortical volume abnormalities. Aβ-related volume changes are inconsistent across studies. Since volume is composed of surface area and thickness, ...
  • Task-induced functional connectivity of picture naming in healthy aging : the impacts of age and task complexity 

    Ferré, Perrine; Jarret, Julien; Brambati, Simona Maria; Bellec, Pierre; Joanette, Yves (MIT Press, 2020-06-01)
    The topological organization of the brain, governed by the capacity of brain regions to synchronize their activity, allows for cost-effective performance during everyday cognitive activity. Functional connectivity is an fMRI method deemed task-specific ...
  • Test-retest reliability of diffusion measures extracted along white matter language fiber bundles using HARDI-based tractography 

    Boukadi, Mariem; Marcotte, Karine; Bedetti, Christophe; Houde, Jean-Christophe; Desautels, Alex; Deslauriers-Gauthier, Samuel; Chapleau, Marianne; Boré, Arnaud; Descoteaux, Maxime; Brambati, Simona Maria (Frontiers media, 2019-01-14)
    High angular resolution diffusion imaging (HARDI)-based tractography has been increasingly used in longitudinal studies on white matter macro- and micro-structural changes in the language network during language acquisition and in language impairments. ...
  • To say or not to say : dyadic ambivalence over emotional expression and its associations with pain, sexuality, and distress in couples coping with provoked vestibulodynia 

    Awada, Nayla; Bergeron, Sophie; Steben, Marc; Hainault, Victoria-Ann; McDuff, Pierre (2014-05)
    Introduction Provoked vestibulodynia (PVD) is a highly prevalent and taxing female genital pain condition. Despite the intimate nature of this pain and the fact that affective factors such as anxiety have been shown to modulate its manifestations, ...
  • Towards a better understanding of increased sleep duration in the chronic phase of moderate to severe traumatic brain injury : an actigraphy study 

    El-Khatib, Héjar; Arbour, Caroline; Sanchez, Erlan; Dumont, Marie; Duclos, Catherine; Blais, Hélène; Carrier, Julie; Gosselin, Nadia (Elsevier, 2018-11-28)
    Introduction Most adults with moderate to severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) report persistent sleep-wake disturbances. Whether these complaints are either associated with abnormal sleep-wake patterns or can be explained by TBI-related characteristics ...

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