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(EN) Repair of cortical auditory dysfunctions. In this project, we are targeting two language disorders that involve dysfunctions in the auditory cortex: dyslexia and autism spectrum disorders (ASD). In both cases, we have identified dramatic changes in the oscillatory activity of the auditory cortex, which may underlie some of these disorders. Our aim is to design a possible therapeutic intervention, including brain stimulation or neurofeedback.

Genetic bases of auditory neural oscillatory processes. Here we propose to contribute to the establishment of a neurogenetic model that could explain the development of a machine as complex as the human communication system, and its peripheral and central disorders.

Decoding inner speech using auditory representation. This research project is aimed to develop a brain-machine interface to restore oral communication in patients with severe speech production disorders, by decoding speech directly from neural signals.

Oscillatory plasticity and speech acquisition: implications for deafness and stuttering. This project investigates the neural oscillatory principles underlying the concomitant learning of speech perception and production in young children. By targeting the establishment of sensorimotor interactions during development, our goal is to identify specific therapeutic periods for speech and language disorders.

(EN) Upcoming members

(EN) Sophie BOUTON (CNRS)

Emmanuel Mandonnet (APHP)

Mariette Vinurel (EPS Barthélémy Durand)

Xiaoyue Wang (UNIGE)

Silvia Marchesotti (UNIGE)

Shizhe Wu (UNIGE)

(EN) Publications

(EN) Original articles in peer reviewed journals

 

  1. Wang X, Delgado-Saa J, Marchesotti S, Sperdin HF, Schaer M, Giraud AL. 2021 Auditory oscillation coupling selectively predicts speech reception in young children with autism. BioRxiv, https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.09.27.461214v2, submitted to PNAS.
  2. Proix T, Delgado Saa J, Christen A, Martin S, Pasley BN, Knight RT, Tian X, Poeppel D, Doyle W, Devinsly O, Arnal L, Mégevand P, Giraud AL 2021. Imagined speech can (also) be decoded from low- and cross-frequency features. Nature Commun., in press.
  3. Wirsich J, Jorge J, Iannotti GR, Shamshiri EA, Grouiller F, Abreu R, Lazeyras F, Giraud AL, Gruetter R, Sadaghiani S, Vulliémoz S. 2021 The relationship between EEG and fMRI connectomes is reproducible across simultaneous EEG-fMRI studies from 1.5T to 7T. Neuroimage 231:117864. doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2021.117864.
  4. Marchesotti S, Nicolle J, Merlet I, Arnal LH, Donoghue JP, Giraud AL. 2020. Selective enhancement of low-gamma activity by tACS improves phonemic processing and reading accuracy in dyslexia. PLoS Biology e3000833.
  5. Bouton S, Delgado Saa J, Olasagasti I, Giraud AL. 2020. Audio-visual combination of syllables involves time-sensitive dynamics following from fusion failure. Sci Rep. 2020 10(1):18009. doi: 10.1038/s41598-020-75201-7.
  6. Hovspepyan S, Olasagasti I, Giraud AL. 2020. Combining predictive coding with neural oscillations optimizes on-line speech recognition. Nat Commun. 11(1):3117. doi: 10.1038/s41467- 020-16956-5.
  7. Wirsisch J, Giraud AL, Sadaghiani S. 2020. Concurrent EEG and fMRI-derived functional connectomes exhibit linked dynamics. Neuroimage. 219:116998. doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2020.116998.
  8. Baroni F, Morillon B, Trébuchon A, Liégeois-Chauvel C, Olasagasti I, Giraud AL. 2020. Converging intracortical signature of two separate processing timescales in human early auditory cortex Neuroimage. 218:116882. doi: 10.1016/j.
  9. Delgado-Saa J, Christen A, Pasley B, Knight RT, Giraud AL. 2020. Coherence-based spectrospatial filters for predicting stimulus-features from electrocorticographic recordings. Sci Rep. 10(1):7637. doi: 10.1038/s41598-020-63303-1.
  10. Olasagasti I, Giraud AL. 2020 Integrating prediction errors at two timescales permits rapid recalibration of speech sound categories. Elife. 9:e44516. doi: 10.7554/eLife.44516.
  11. Freitas LGA, Bolton TAW, Krikler BE, Jochaut D, Giraud AL, Hüppi PS, Van De Ville D. 2020 Timeresolved effective connectivity in task fMRI: Psychophysiological interactions of Co-Activation patterns. Neuroimage:116635. doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2020.116635.
  12. Bolton TAW, Freitas LGA, Jochaut D, Giraud AL, Van De Ville D. 2020 Neural responses in autism during movie watching: Inter-individual response variability co-varies with symptomatology.Neuroimage. Jan 25:116571. doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage..116571.
  13. Arnal LH, Kleinschmidt A, Spinelli L, Giraud AL, Mégevand P. 2019 The rough sound of salience enhances aversion through neural synchronisation. Nat Commun. 10(1):3671. doi: 10.1038/s41467-019-11626-7.
  14. Bolton TAW, Jochaut D, Giraud AL, Van De Ville D. 2019. Dynamic inter-subject functional connectivity reveals moment-to-moment brain network configurations by continuous or communications paradigms. J Vis Exp. Mar 21;(145). doi: 10.3791/59083.
  15. Giraud AL, Arnal LH. 2018. Hierarchical predictive is channeled by asymmetric oscillatory activity. Neuron, 100(5):1022-1024. doi: 10.1016/j.neuron.2018.11.020.
  16. Wirsich J., Giraud AL, Sadaghiani S. 2018. Concurrent EEG- and fMRI-derived functional connectomes exhibit linked dynamics. BioRxiv doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/464438.
  17. Bolton TAW, Jochaut D, Giraud AL, Van De Ville D. 2018. Brain dynamics in ASD during moviewatching show idiosyncratic functional integration and segregation. Hum Brain Mapp. doi: 10.1002/hbm.24009.
  18. Bouton S, Tyran R, Seeck M, van de Ville D., Chambon V, Giraud AL. 2018. Focal versus distributed temporal cortex activity for speech sound category assignment. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2018. pii: 201714279. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1714279115.
  19. Borges F, Giraud AL, Mansvelder HD, Linkenkaer-Hansen K. 2017. Scale-free dynamics of neuronal oscillations signal comprehension of accelerated. The Journal of Neuroscience. doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.1515-17.2017
  20. Neumann K, Euler HA, Kob M, Wolff von Gudenberg A, Giraud AL, Weissgerber T, Kell CA. 2017. Assisted and unassisted recession of functional anomalies associated with dysprosody in adults who stutter. J Fluency Disord. S0094-730X(16)30103-6.
  21. Ambert-Dahan E, Giraud AL, Mecheri H, Sterkers O, Mosnier I, Samson S. Emotional recognition of dynamic facial expressions before and after cochlear implantation in adults with progressive deafness. 2017 Hearing Research 354:64-72.
  22. Pefkou M, Arnal L, Fontolan L, Giraud AL. 2017. Theta- and beta-band neural activity reflectindependent syllable tracking and intelligibility of time-compressed speech. The Journal of Neuroscience 37(33):7930-7938.
  23. Kell CA, Neumann K, Behrens M, von Gudenberg AW, Giraud AL. 2017. Speaking-related changes in cortical functional connectivity associated with assisted and spontaneous recovery from developmental stuttering. J. Fluency Disorders: S0094-730X(16)30094-8.
  24. Lazard DS, Giraud AL. 2017. Brain reorganization associated with fast processing of written-words in acquired deafness shapes cochlear implant outcome. Nature Communications, 8:14872.
  25. Arnal LH, Flinker A, Kleinschmidt A, Giraud AL, Poeppel D. 2015 Human screams occupy a privileged niche in the communication soundscape. Curr Biol. 2015 25:2051-2056.
  26. Hyafil A., Fontolan L, Kabdebon C, Gutkin B, Giraud AL. 2015. Speech encoding by coupled cortical theta and gamma oscillations. E-life, May 29 :4. doi: 10.7554/eLife.06213.
  27. Jochaut D, Lehongre K, Saitovitch A, Devauchelle AD, Olasagasti I, Zilbovocius M, Giraud AL. 2015. Atypical coordination of cortical oscillations in response to speech in autism. Frontiers in Human Neurosciences, 9:171.
  28. Ambert-Dahan E, Giraud AL, Sterkers O, Samson S. 2015. Judgment of musical emotions after cochlear implantation in adults with progressive deafness. Frontiers in Psychology, 6:181.
  29. Arnal LH, Poeppel D, Giraud AL. 2015. Temporal coding in the auditory cortex. Handb Clin Neurol. 129:85-98. doi: 10.1016/B978-0-444-62630-1.00005-6.
  30. Bouton S, Colé P, Serniclaes W, Duncan L, Giraud AL. 2015. Atypical phonological processing impairs word recognition in children with cochlear implants. Language Cognition and Neuroscience.
  31. Olasagati I, Bouton S, Giraud AL. 2015. Prediction across sensory modalities: a model of the McGurk effect. Cortex, 68:61-75.
  32. Fontolan L, Morillon B, Liegeois-Chauvel C, Giraud AL. 2014. The contribution of frequency-specific activity to hierarchical information processing in human auditory cortices, Nature communications 5:4694. doi: 10.1038/ncomms5694.
  33. Lazard, D. S., Lee, H. J., Truy, E., & Giraud, AL. 2013. Bilateral reorganization of posterior temporal cortices in post-lingual deafness and its relation to cochlear implant outcome. Human brain mapping 34 (5): 1208-19.
  34. Lehongre K., Giraud AL., Villermet N., Ramus F. 2013. Impaired auditory sampling in dyslexia: Further evidence from combined fMRI and EEG. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7: 454.
  35. Ghitza O., Poeppel D. & Giraud AL. 2012 Neuronal oscillations and speech perception: criticalband temporal envelopes are the essence. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 6: 340.
  36. Josse G, Bertasi, E., Joseph, S. & Giraud AL. 2012. The brain’s dorsal route for speech represents word meaning: evidence from gesture. PLoS One 7:e46108.
  37. Gauthier B., Eger E., Hesselmann G., Giraud, AL., & Kleinschmidt A. 2012. Temporal tuning properties along the human ventral visual stream. The Journal of neuroscience, 32:14433-41.
  38. Sadaghiani S, Scheeringa R, Lehongre K, Morillon B, Giraud AL, D’Esposito M., & Kleinschmidt A 2012. Alpha-band phase synchrony is related to activity in the fronto-parietal adaptive control network. The Journal of neuroscience, 32:14305-10.
  39. Morillon B, Liégeois-Chauvel C, Arnal L, Bénar CG, Giraud AL 2012. Asymmetric function of theta and gamma activity in speech processing: a SEEG study. Frontiers in Psychology 3:248.
  40. Giraud AL, Poeppel D. 2012. Cortical oscillations and speech processing: emerging computational principles, Nature neuroscience, E-pub, doi: 10.1038/nn.3063.
  41. Saoud, H., Josse, G., Bertasi, E., Truy, E., Chait, M., & Giraud, AL. 2012. Brain-Speech Alignment Enhances Auditory Cortical Responses and Speech Perception. The Journal of neuroscience, 32(1): 275-281.
  42. Lehongre, K., Ramus, F., Villiermet, N., Schwartz, D., & Giraud, AL. 2011. Altered low-gamma sampling in auditory cortex accounts for the three main facets of dyslexia. Neuron, 72(6): 1080-1090.
  43. Lazard, D. S., Giraud, AL., Truy, E., & Lee, H. J. 2011. Evolution of non-speech sound memory in postlingual deafness: implications for cochlear implant rehabilitation. Neuropsychologia, 49(9): 2475-2482.
  44. Arnal, L. H., Wyart, V., & Giraud, AL. 2011. Transitions in neural oscillations reflect prediction errors generated in audiovisual speech. Nature neuroscience, 14(6): 797-801.
  45. Morillon, B., Lehongre, K., Frackowiak, R. S., Ducorps, A., Kleinschmidt, A., Poeppel, D., & Giraud, AL. 2010. Neurophysiological origin of human brain asymmetry for speech and language. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 107(43): 18688-18693.
  46. Kell, C. A., Morillon, B., Kouneiher, F., & Giraud, AL. 2011. Lateralization of speech production starts in sensory cortices. Cerebral cortex, 21(4): 932-937.
  47. Sadaghiani, S., Scheeringa, R., Lehongre, K., Morillon, B., Giraud, AL., & Kleinschmidt, A. 2010. Intrinsic connectivity networks, alpha oscillations, and tonic alertness: a simultaneouselectroencephalography/functional magnetic resonance imaging study. The Journal of neuroscience, 30(30): 10243-10250.
  48. Morillon, B., Kell, C. A., & Giraud, AL. 2009. Three stages and four neural systems in time estimation. The Journal of neuroscience, 29(47): 14803-14811.
  49. Lazard, D. S., Lee, H. J., Gaebler, M., Kell, C. A., Truy, E., & Giraud, AL. 2010. Phonological processing in post-lingual deafness and cochlear implant outcome. NeuroImage, 49(4): 3443-3451.
  50. Arnal, L. H., Morillon, B., Kell, C. A., & Giraud, AL. 2009. Dual neural routing of visual facilitation in speech processing. The Journal of neuroscience, 29(43): 13445-13453.
  51. Kell, C. A., Neumann, K., von Kriegstein, K., Posenenske, C., von Gudenberg, A. W., Euler, H., & Giraud, AL. 2009. How the brain repairs stuttering. Brain, 132(Pt 10): 2747-2760.
  52. von Kriegstein, K., Dogan, O., Gruter, M., Giraud, AL., Kell, C. A., Gruter, T., Kleinschmidt, A., & Kiebel, S. J. 2008. Simulation of talking faces in the human brain improves auditory speech recognition. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 105(18): 6747-6752.
  53. Giraud, AL., Neumann, K., Bachoud-Levi, A. C., von Gudenberg, A. W., Euler, H. A., Lanfermann, H., & Preibisch, C. 2008. Severity of dysfluency correlates with basal ganglia activity in persistent developmental stuttering. Brain and language, 104(2): 190-199.
  54. Lee, H. J., Truy, E., Mamou, G., Sappey-Marinier, D., & Giraud, AL. 2007 Visual speech circuits in profound acquired deafness: a possible role for latent multimodal connectivity. Brain, 130(Pt 11): 2929-2941.
  55. Lee, H. J., Giraud, AL., Kang, E., Oh, S. H., Kang, H., Kim, C. S., & Lee, D. S. 2007. Cortical activity at rest predicts cochlear implantation outcome. Cerebral cortex, 17(4): 909-917.
  56. Giraud, AL., Kleinschmidt, A., Poeppel, D., Lund, T. E., Frackowiak, R. S., & Laufs, H. 2007. Endogenous cortical rhythms determine cerebral specialization for speech perception and production. Neuron, 56(6): 1127-1134.
  57. von Kriegstein, K., Kleinschmidt, A., & Giraud, AL. 2006. Voice recognition and cross-modal responses to familiar speakers’ voices in prosopagnosia. Cerebral cortex, 16(9): 1314-1322.
  58. von Kriegstein, K., & Giraud, AL. 2006. Implicit multisensory associations influence voice recognition. PLoS biology, 4(10): e326.
  59. von Kriegstein, K., Kleinschmidt, A., Sterzer, P., & Giraud, AL. 2005. Interaction of face and voice areas during speaker recognition. Journal of cognitive neuroscience, 17(3): 367-376.
  60. Neumann, K., Preibisch, C., Euler, H. A., von Gudenberg, A. W., Lanfermann, H., Gall, V., & Giraud, AL. 2005. Cortical plasticity associated with stuttering therapy. Journal of fluency disorders, 30(1): 23-39.
  61. Kriegstein, K. V., & Giraud, AL. 2004. Distinct functional substrates along the right superior temporal sulcus for the processing of voices. NeuroImage, 22(2): 948-955.
  62. Giraud, AL., Kell, C., Thierfelder, C., Sterzer, P., Russ, M. O., Preibisch, C., & Kleinschmidt, A. 2004. Contributions of sensory input, auditory search and verbal comprehension to cortical activity during speech processing. Cerebral cortex, 14(3): 247-255.
  63. von Kriegstein, K., Eger, E., Kleinschmidt, A., & Giraud, AL. 2003. Modulation of neural responses to speech by directing attention to voices or verbal content. Brain research. Cognitive brain research, 17(1): 48-55.
  64. Thierry, G., Giraud, AL., & Price, C. 2003. Hemispheric dissociation in access to the human semantic system. Neuron, 38(3): 499-506.
  65. Price, C. J., Winterburn, D., Giraud, AL., Moore, C. J., & Noppeney, U. 2003. Cortical localization of the visual and auditory word form areas: a reconsideration of the evidence. Brain and Language, 86(2): 272-286.
  66. Preibisch, C., Neumann, K., Raab, P., Euler, H. A., von Gudenberg, A. W., Lanfermann, H., & Giraud, AL. 2003. Evidence for compensation for stuttering by the right frontal operculum. NeuroImage, 20(2): 1356-1364.
  67. Neumann, K., Euler, H. A., von Gudenberg, A. W., Giraud, AL., Lanfermann, H., Gall, V., & Preibisch, C. 2003. The nature and treatment of stuttering as revealed by fMRI A within- and between-group comparison. Journal of fluency disorders, 28(4): 381-409.
  68. Eger, E., Sterzer, P., Russ, M. O., Giraud, AL., & Kleinschmidt, A. 2003. A supramodal number representation in human intraparietal cortex. Neuron, 37(4): 719-725.
  69. Giraud, AL., & Truy, E. 2002. The contribution of visual areas to speech comprehension: a PET study in cochlear implants patients and normal-hearing subjects. Neuropsychologia, 40(9): 1562-1569.
  70. Giraud, AL., Price, C. J., Graham, J. M., Truy, E., & Frackowiak, R. S. 2001. Cross-modal plasticity underpins language recovery after cochlear implantation. Neuron, 30(3): 657-663.
  71. Giraud, AL., Price, C. J., Graham, J. M., & Frackowiak, R. S. 2001. Functional plasticity of language-related brain areas after cochlear implantation. Brain, 124(Pt 7): 1307-1316.
  72. Giraud, AL., & Price, C. J. 2001. The constraints functional neuroimaging places on classical models of auditory word processing. Journal of cognitive neuroscience, 13(6): 754-765.
  73. Giraud, AL Truy, E., Frackowiak, R. S., Gregoire, M. C., Pujol, J. F., & Collet, L. 2000. Differential recruitment of the speech processing system in healthy subjects and rehabilitated cochlear implant patients. Brain, 123 ( Pt 7): 1391-1402.
  74. Giraud, AL, Lorenzi, C., Ashburner, J., Wable, J., Johnsrude, I., Frackowiak, R., & Kleinschmidt, A. 2000. Representation of the temporal envelope of sounds in the human brain. Journal of neurophysiology, 84(3): 1588-1598.
  75. Giraud, A.L., Chery-Croze, S., Fischer, G., Fischer, C., Vighetto, A., Gregoire, M. C., Lavenne, F., & Collet, L. 1999. A selective imaging of tinnitus. Neuroreport, 10(1): 1-5.
  76. Giraud, A.L, Garnier, S., Micheyl, C., Lina, G., Chays, A., & Chery-Croze, S. 1997. Auditory efferents involved in speech-in-noise intelligibility. Neuroreport, 8(7): 1779-1783.
  77. Giraud, A.L., Wable, J., Chays, A., Collet, L., & Chery-Croze, S. 1997. Influence of contralateral noise on distortion product latency in humans: is the medial olivocochlear efferent system involved? The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 102(4): 2219-2227.
  78. Giraud, A.L., Collet, L., & Chery-Croze, S. 1997. Suppression of otoacoustic emission is unchanged after several minutes of contralateral acoustic stimulation. Hearing research, 109(1-2): 78-82.
  79. Giraud, A.L., Perrin, E., Chery-Croze, S., Chays, A., & Collet, L. 1996. Contralateral acoustic stimulation induces a phase advance in evoked otoacoustic emissions in humans. Hearing research, 94(1-2): 54-62.
  80. Micheyl, C., Morlet, T., Giraud, A.L Collet, L., & Morgon, A. 1995. Contralateral suppression of evoked otoacoustic emissions and detection of a multi-tone complex in noise. Acta otolaryngologica, 115(2): 178-182.
  81. Giraud, A.L., Collet, L., Chery-Croze, S., Magnan, J., & Chays, A. 1995. Evidence of a medial olivocochlear involvement in contralateral suppression of otoacoustic emissions in humans. Brain research, 705(1-2): 15-23.
  82. Collet, L., Veuillet, E., Moulin, A., Morlet, T., Giraud, A.L., Micheyl, C., & Chery-Croze, S. 1994. Contralateral auditory stimulation and otoacoustic emissions: a review of basic data in humans. British journal of audiology, 28(4-5): 213-218.

Reviews in peer reviewed journals

  1. Giraud AL. 2020 Oscillations for all ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ ? A commentary on Meyer, Sun and Martin. Language, cognition and neuroscience. https://doi.org/10.1080/23273798.2020.1764990.
  2. Hyafil A., Giraud A.L Fontolan L., Gutkin B. 2015. Neural cross-frequency coupling: connecting architectures, mechanisms and function. Trends in Neurosciences 38(11):725-740. doi: 10.1016/j.tins.2015.09.001.
  3. Giraud A.L., Ramus F. 2012. Neurogenetics and auditory processing in developmental dyslexia. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 23(1):37-42. doi: 10.1016/j.conb.2012.09.003.
  4. Arnal L., Giraud A.L. 2012. Predictive mechanisms in audio-visual speech perception. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 23:37-42.
  5. Lazard DS, Giraud A.L, Gnansia D, Meyer B, Sterkers O. 2012. Understanding the deafened brain: implications for cochlear implant rehabilitation. Eur Ann Otorhinolaryngol Head Neck Dis. 129:98-103.
  6. Giraud A.L Hemispheric specialisation of language and brain rhythms. 2008 Med Sci (Paris). 24:1061-4.
  7. Johnsrude, I. S., Giraud A.L., & Frackowiak, R. S. 2002. Functional imaging of the auditory system: the use of positron emission tomography. Audiology & neuro-otology, 7(5): 251-276.
  8. Giraud A.L, Truy, E., & Frackowiak, R. 2001. Imaging plasticity in cochlear implant patients. Audiology & neuro-otology, 6(6): 381-393.
  9. Giraud A.L, & Lee, H. J. 2007. Predicting cochlear implant outcome from brain organisation in the deaf. Restorative neurology and neuroscience, 25(3-4): 381-390.

Original articles, reviews, editorials, letters, published in non-peer reviewed journals

  1. Giraud A.L. 2007. L’organisation cérébrale chez le sourd détermine le succès de l’implantation cochléaire. Annales de la fondation Fyssen 22, 45-60.
  2. Truy E, Giraud A.L. 2000. Neuro-imagerie fonctionnelle et surdité profonde. Rencontres IPSEN en ORL, Tome 4, Christen, Y. Collet, L., Droix-Lefay, M-T. Eds. Irvinn Paris, pp 53-62.
  3. Giraud A.L 1999. Ré-organisation fonctionnelle et stratégies adaptatives de compréhension de la parole après implantation cochléaire. Annales de la Fondation Fyssen 15, 68-75.
  4. Giraud A.L, Veuillet E, Collet, L. 1998. Les voies auditives descendantes. Rencontres IPSEN en ORL. Christen, Y. Collet, L., Droix-Lefay, M-T. Eds. Irvinn Paris, pp 71-100.

Book chapters

  1. Computation and its neural implementation in human cognition. Melloni L., Buffalo EA, Dehaene S, Friston KJ, Ghazanfar AA, Giraud AL, Grafton ST, Haegens, S, Pesaran B, Petkov CI, Poeppel D. 2020. “The Neocortex,” edited by W. Singer, T. J. Sejnowski and P. Rakic. Strungmann Forum Reports, vol. 27, J. R. Lupp, series editor. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. ISBN 978-0-262-04324-3.
  2. Arnal L, Poeppel D., Giraud A.L. 2015. Temporal Coding in the Auditory System. Handbook of Clinical Neurology, 3rd series. The human auditory system: fundamental organization and clinical disorders. Eds: Aminoff, Boller, Swaab. Elsevier.
  3. Arnal L, Poeppel D., Giraud A.L. 2014. A Neurophysiological Perspective on Speech Processing. In: The Neurobiology of Language. Elsevier.
  4. Barone P, Lazard, D., Giraud A.L. 2012. Multi-modal processing in deaf and cochlear implant patients. Springer handbook of auditory research. Eds: Popper and Fay. Springer-Verlag
  5. Giraud A.L, Poeppel D. 2012. Speech perception. The Human Auditory Cortex. Springer handbook of auditory research. Eds: Popper and Fay. Springer-Verlag.
  6. Giraud A.L. 2003. Plasticity in Cochlear Implant Patient. In: Human Brain Function, 2nd Edition. Frackowiak, Ashburner, Dolan, Frith, Penny, Price, Zeki Eds.
  7. Griffiths TD, Giraud A.L. 2003. Auditory Function. In: Human Brain Function. 2nd Edition. Frackowiak, Ashburner, Dolan, Frith, Penny, Price, Zeki Eds.

Books

Giraud AL. “Le cerveau et les maux de la parole” 2018. Odile Jacob Eds. Paris, France.

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