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  • Functional network and structural connections involved in picture naming 

    Jarret, Julien; Ferré, Perrine; Chedid, Georges; Bedetti, Christophe; Boré, Arnaud; Joanette, Yves; Rouleau, Isabelle; Brambati, Simona Maria (Elsevier, 2022-06-13)
    We mapped the left hemisphere cortical regions and fiber bundles involved in picture naming in adults by integrating task-based fMRI with dMRI tractography. We showed that a ventral pathway that “maps image and sound to meaning” involves the middle ...
  • Care pathways, health service use patterns and opportunities for justice involvement prevention among forensic mental health clients 

    Leclair, Marichelle C.; Charette, Yanick; Caulet, Malijaï; Crocker, Anne (SAGE, 2022)
    Objectives: The objective of the present study is to describe the patterns of health service use and of prescription claims in the year preceding an offense leading to a verdict of non-criminal responsibility on account of a mental disorder (NCRMD). ...
  • Connected speech markers of amyloid burden in primary progressive aphasia 

    Slegers, Antoine; Chafouleas, Geneviève; Montembeault, Maxime; Bedetti, Christophe; Welch, Ariane E.; Rabinovici, Gil D.; Langlais, Philippe; Gorno-Tempini, Maria Luisa; Brambati, Simona Maria (Elsevier, 2021-10-07)
    INTRODUCTION Positron emission tomography (PET) amyloid imaging has become an important part of the diagnostic workup for patients with primary progressive aphasia (PPA) and uncertain underlying pathology. Here, we employ a semi-automated analysis of ...
  • L’utilisation du discours spontané pour le diagnostic précoce de la maladie d’Alzheimer 

    The use of connected speech in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer's Disease
    Pellerin, Sophie; Brambati, Simona Maria (John Libbey Eurotext, 2021-10-01)
    Le trouble cognitif subjectif (TCS) et le trouble cognitif léger (TCL) font partie des phases préclinique et prodromale de la maladie d’Alzheimer (MA), respectivement, et constituent des facteurs de risque de progression vers la MA. Comme des changements ...
  • Quantified desistance : a scoping review of conventions in the scientific literature 

    Leclair, Marichelle C.; Raiche, Ann-Pierre; Latulippe, Marjorie; Lepage-Richer, Théo; Charette, Yanick; Roy, Laurence; Crocker, Anne (SAGE, 2021-09-01)
    This paper adopts a conventionalist approach to shed light on the measurement and reification problems that underlie the quantification of desistance from crime in the scientific literature. Analysis of 100 papers spanning three decades indicates that ...
  • 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 ...
  • Getting ready for transition to adult care : tool validation and multi-informant strategy using the Transition Readiness Assessment Questionnaire in pediatrics 

    Chapados, Pascale; Aramideh, Jennifer; Lamore, Kristopher; Dumont, Émilie; Lugasi, Tziona; Clermont, Marie-Josée; Laberge, Sophie; Scott, Rachel; Laverdière, Caroline; Sultan, Serge (Wiley, 2021-04-21)
    Background Transitioning from pediatric to adult healthcare can be challenging and lead to severe consequences if done suboptimally. The Transition Readiness Assessment Questionnaire (TRAQ) was developed to assess adolescent and young adult (AYA) ...
  • A novel computerized assessment of manual spatial exploration in unilateral spatial neglect 

    Pierce, Jordan E.; Ronchi, Roberta; Thomasson, Marine; Rossi, Irene; Casati, Carlotta; Saj, Arnaud; Vallar, Giuseppe; Vuilleumier, Patrik (Routledge, 2021-01-21)
    Unilateral spatial neglect is a neuropsychological syndrome commonly observed after stroke and defined by the inability to attend or respond to contralesional stimuli. Typically, symptoms are assessed using clinical tests that rely upon visual/perceptual ...
  • Longitudinal associations of cannabis, depression, and anxiety in heterosexual and LGB adolescents 

    London-Nadeau, Kira; Rioux, Charlie; Parent, Sophie; Vitaro, Frank; Côté, Sylvana; Boivin, Michel; Tremblay, Richard Ernest; Séguin, Jean; Castellanos Ryan, Natalie (American Psychological Association, 2021)
    Cannabis use is linked to symptoms of depression and anxiety, particularly among sexual minorities.This study examines the relationships between cannabis, and depression and anxiety symptoms at 13,15, and 17 years using cross-lagged models in a ...
  • 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 ...
  • La prématurité et le développement moteur 

    Noiseux-Lush, Camille; Landry, Catherine; Lippé‬, ‪Sarah (Éditeur Pleiomédia, 2020-11-01)
    La prématurité (< 37 semaines de gestation) est un facteur de risque qui influence de manière significative le pronostic développemental de l’enfant. Les déficits moteurs sont parmi les conséquences à long terme de cette condition. Ce chapitre ...
  • Changes in hair cortisol and self-reported stress measures following mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) : a proof-of-concept study in pediatric hematology-oncology professionals 

    Lamothe, Martin; Rondeau, Émélie; Duval, Michel; McDuff, Pierre; Pastore, Yves; Sultan, Serge (Elsevier, 2020-10-23)
    Background and purpose Little data is available on the effect of mindfulness amongst pediatric hematology-oncology professionals. The purpose was to further document change in biological and psychological stress following a mindfulness-based stress ...
  • A portrait of self-reported health and distress in parents whose child died of cancer 

    Dumont, Émilie; Bourque, Claude Julie; Duval, Michel; Payot, Antoine; Sultan, Serge; Butterflies/Papillons Research Team (SAGE, 2020-09-20)
    Grieving a child following cancer is a substantially difficult task. The objectives of this research were: 1) to describe current quality of life (QoL), psychological distress and symptoms of grief of bereaved parents, and 2) to explore the role of ...
  • Are age and sex effects on sleep slow waves only a matter of EEG amplitude ? 

    Rosinvil, Thaïna; Bouvier, Justin; Dubé, Jonathan; Lafrenière, Alexandre; Bouchard, Maude; Cyr-Cronier, Jessica; Nadia, Gosselin; Carrier, Julie; Lina, Jean-Marc (Oxford University Press, 2020-09-15)
    Aging is associated with reduced slow wave (SW) density (number SW/min in nonrapid-eye movement sleep) and amplitude. It has been proposed that an age-related decrease in SW density may be due to a reduction in electroencephalogram (EEG) amplitude ...
  • Contributing factors of unmet needs among young adult survivors of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia with comorbidities 

    Unmet needs of childhood leukemia survivors
    Lamore, Kristopher; Bourdeau, Camille; Alos, Nathalie; Bertout, Laurence; Curnier, Daniel; Drouin, Simon; Krajinovic, Maja; Laverdière, Caroline; Lippé, Sarah; Marcil, Valérie; Robaey, Philippe; Rondeau, Émélie; Sinnett, Daniel; Sultan, Serge (Mary Ann Liebert, 2020-09-14)
    Purpose: This study aimed to: (1) describe the domains and levels of unmet needs of young adult survivors of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia (cALL) with comorbidities, and (2) to explore the factors associated with higher levels of unmet needs. ...
  • Word-finding in confrontation naming and picture descriptions produced by individuals with early post-stroke aphasia 

    Boucher, Johémie; Marcotte, Karine; Brisebois, Amélie; Courson, Melody; Houzé, Bérengère; Desautels, Alex; Leonard, Carol; Rochon, Elizabeth; Brambati, Simona Maria (Routledge, 2020-09-13)
    Objective The present study aims to assess the relationship between quantitative measures of connected speech production and performance in confrontation naming in early post-stroke aphasia (8-14 days post-stroke). Method: We collected connected speech ...
  • Neuroanatomic correlates of distance and direction processing during cognitive map retrieval 

    Faulmann, Igor; Descloux, Virginie; Saj, Arnaud; Maurer, Roland (Frontiers Media, 2020-08-24)
    Navigating toward a goal and mentally comparing distances and directions to landmarks are processes requiring reading information off the memorized representation of the environment, that is, the cognitive map. Brain structures in the medial temporal ...
  • Does practising hypnosis-derived communication techniques by oncology nurses translate into reduced pain and distress in their patients? : an exploratory study 

    Ogez, David; Aramideh, Jennifer; Mizrahi, Terry; Charest, Marie-Claude; Plante, Caroline; Duval, Michel; Sultan, Serge (SAGE, 2020-06-27)
    Objectives: To explore the effects of a hypnotic communication (HC) training for pediatric nurses in decreasing patients’ pain and distress during venipunctures. Methods: A 4- day theoretical and practical HC training was offered to 5 pediatric ...
  • Waking EEG functional connectivity in middle-aged and older adults with obstructive sleep apnea 

    Fortin, Maxime; Lina, Jean-Marc; Desjardins, Marie-Eve; Gagnon, Katia; Baril, Andrée-Ann; Carrière, Julien; Gosselin, Nadia (Elsevier, 2020-06-14)
    Objectives: The present study aimed at investigating changes in waking electroencephalography (EEG), most specifically regarding spectral power and functional connectivity, in middle-aged and older adults with OSA. We also explored whether changes ...
  • 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 ...

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