Mathieu BourguignonAlumnustel. 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.