Xiaoyue is a Post-Doctoral Researcher at the Hearing Institute (Institut de l’Audition), having earned her PhD in Neuroscience from the University of Geneva and the University of Lausanne (l’Université de Genève et l’Université de Lausanne). With a multidisciplinary background in Psychology and Neuroscience, her primary research interests include auditory/speech processing, multisensory processing, and autism. Currently, her research focuses on using MRI and EEG to identify unique brain structures and corresponding neural oscillation mechanisms among different autism subtypes as part of the “Prospective Cohort Study of Children with Autism” project under the supervision of Dr. Anne-Lise Giraud.
Prospective cohort study of young children with autism spectrum disorder
The study of neural oscillations using high-resolution electroencephalography (HR-EEG) has uncovered irregularities in the auditory processing of language in individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). We intend to investigate the potential use of EEG […]
2023Speech reception in young children with autism is selectively indexed by a neural oscillation coupling anomaly., J Neurosci 2023 Aug; (): .
2018Distinct patterns of discrimination and orienting for temporal processing of speech and nonspeech in Chinese children with autism: an event-related potential study., Eur J Neurosci 2018 03; 47(6): 662-668.
2017Speech-specific categorical perception deficit in autism: An Event-Related Potential study of lexical tone processing in Mandarin-speaking children., Sci Rep 2017 02; 7(): 43254.
2015Integration of Sentence-Level Semantic Information in Parafovea: Evidence from the RSVP-Flanker Paradigm., PLoS One 2015 ; 10(9): e0139016.