Isabelle Deschamps, Ph.D

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Stagiaire postdoctorale

Isabelle holds a Bachelor’s degree in psychology and linguistics from McGill University as well as a PhD degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from McGill University. Her research interests encompass issues pertaining to the phonological principles and processes that govern the syllable during both speech perception and language comprehension. In addition, her research aims to understand the relationship between phonological processes and other cognitive functions such as verbal working memory. She is also interested in characterizing the neural network involved in the processing of phonological information in adults. Her work on phonological processes in adults led her to take interest in how these skills are acquired during development.

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