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Our article in the Magazine Contact

Winter 2017. Our recent article on the importance to use a precise terminology and comprehensive models to study the neurobiology of language was mentionned in Université Laval's Magazine Contact  (volume 31, no2)!

To read our article : Tremblay, P. & Dick, A. (2016) Broca and Wernicke are Dead, or Moving Past the Classic Model of Language Neurobiology. Brain & Language, 162, p. 60-71.

To read the article in Magazine Contact: http://www.contact.ulaval.ca/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Contact-Hiver2017.pdf

 

Contact 2017 Article Broca

Human voice aging

March 16th 2016. Our work on the aging of human voice was featured this week in the newspaper " Le Fil des Événements " of Université Laval.

To read the article by Rachel Hussherr, cliche here

To read our articles on this topic:

 Lortie, C., Rivard, J., Thibeault, M., Tremblay, P. (2016) The moderating effect of frequent singing on voice aging. Journal of Voice.

Lortie, CL., Thibeault, M., Guitton, M.J., Tremblay, P. (2015) Effects of age on the amplitude, frequency and perceived quality of voice. Age. 37(6):117

Broca and Wernicke are dead: time to rewrite the history of the neurobiology of language

Novembre 1st 2016. Our recent article on the importance to use a precise terminology and comprehensive models to study the neurobiology of language caught the interest of Christian Jarrett in the British Journal of Psychology. To read this article : https://digest.bps.org.uk/2016/11/01/broca-and-wernicke-are-dead-its-time-to-rewrite-the-neurobiology-of-language/

To read our article : Tremblay, P. & Dick, A. (2016) Broca and Wernicke are Dead, or Moving Past the Classic Model of Language Neurobiology. Brain & Language, 162, p. 60-71.

Brain regions of the past

September 29th 2016. Our recent article on the importance to use a precise terminology and comprehensive models to study the neurobiology of language caught the interest of Jean Hamann in "Le Fil", the Journal of Université Laval. To read this article : https://www.lefil.ulaval.ca/aires-tirent-a-fin/

To read our article : Tremblay, P. & Dick, A. (2016) Broca and Wernicke are Dead, or Moving Past the Classic Model of Language Neurobiology. Brain & Language, 162, p. 60-71.