Mathieu Bourguignon

Post-Doc. Researchertel. 0471732065


My research has essentially been organized along two lines, trying to improve our knowledge of the brain mechanisms underlying 1) motor control and 2) speech processing. To that aim, I have mainly used magnetoencephalography (MEG), a non-invasive technique to record human brain activity, in conjunction with a wide range of signal analysis methods (evoked fields, time-frequency decomposition, multivariate connectivity, frequency-specific Granger causality, source reconstruction, etc.). Presently, I am conducting research into the neuronal basis of dyslexia and the difficulty dyslexic readers have to process speech in noise.

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