Welcome

The works carried out at LINGUA benefit from the clinical and neuroimaging approaches to study the neuroscience of language.

  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) : Structural, functional, diffusion & resting-state
  • Neurodegeneration: Cognition in Mild Cognitive Impairment, Alzheimer’s and primary progressive aphasias
  • Language: Reading, semantics, naming, spontaneous speech
  • Aging: Cognition in normal aging

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News

Two new publications from the lab

Two new articles led by two Ph.D. students from the lab have just been published. Chapleau M. et al. The role of the hippocampus in …

A new website for the lab

Projects

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Alzheimer, MCI and PPA: language disorders analyses and their anatomical bases

Understanding and differentiate between the nature of language deficits and the anatomical features of Alzheimer disease (AD), mild …

Dynamics of language recovery in post-stroke aphasia: A longitudinal neuroimaging study

A unique opportunity to study the brain mechanisms that support language improvement in post-stroke aphasia

SemantiQc: Norms of familiarity concept and auditory and visual perceptual strength

The provision, for the first time, of authentic reference data on these semantic and linguistic characteristics to a french canadian …

Contact

LINGUA is open to welcome new students at any time!

Volunteer research positions are available for undergraduate students enrolled in the honors path of the Bachelor of Psychology program at the Université de Montréal.

Doctoral positions are only offered to graduate students admitted to one of the Université de Montréal’s Research and Intervention or Clinical Psychology programs.

Research positions are offered to doctoral graduates of a specialty in connection with LINGUA’s research themes (psychology, neurosciences, speech therapy, computer science).

Regardless your level of study, please send us your CV and a brief description of your research interests.

Hope to meet you!

Funding and Support

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Alzheimer, MCI and PPA: language disorders analyses and their anatomical bases

Understanding and differentiate between the nature of language deficits and the anatomical features of Alzheimer disease (AD), mild …

Dynamics of language recovery in post-stroke aphasia: A longitudinal neuroimaging study

A unique opportunity to study the brain mechanisms that support language improvement in post-stroke aphasia

SemantiQc: Norms of familiarity concept and auditory and visual perceptual strength

The provision, for the first time, of authentic reference data on these semantic and linguistic characteristics to a french canadian …