Marie ChatelainAlumnustel. 026504812
I am a PhD student working under the supervision of the Pr. Cécile Colin.
It is now widely recognized that most children with dyslexia suffer from a
phonological deficit, and different types of interventions exist to try to improve
their phonological abilities. However, it is not yet well known how those
different approaches compare to one another.
The aim of my project is thus, using both behavioral and neurophysiological
measures, to disentangle the effects of auditory and audiovisual training procedures
on dyslexic children’s phonological and reading abilities.
Aside from dyslexia, I am also interested in the neural correlates of intellectual