Ludovic Jankowski

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It is often claimed that Post-Focus sequences in French statements are subject to a pragmatic constraint causing the suppression of any tonal variation in the sequence. In this case, Post-Focus sequences, which are said to be deaccented, are generally described as steadily flat or slightly declining pitch. On the other hand, it is well known that tonal(More)
A modified Delphi technique was used to obtain group consensus among 31 rehabilitation professionals (RPs) from nine rehabilitation centres throughout the province of Québec (Canada) to ascertain their expert opinion on the health risk factors (HRF) to be verified prior to beginning an exercise programme or evaluation for patients with traumatic brain(More)
INTRODUCTION Parkinsonian dysarthria can alter oral communication of the patients in the long-term. Subthalamic nucleus (STN) stimulation represents an interesting therapeutic option, although it does not seem to improve axial signs, of which dysarthric speech. The objective of our study was to contribute to the evaluation of STN stimulation effects on(More)
Previous research has revealed that dyslexic children may be more sensitive to backward-masking effects in auditory perception than control children. In this study, we asked whether a CV transition masks a preceding VC transition to a greater extent in dyslexic children than in controls. The results suggest that dyslexic children are severely impaired on(More)
The purpose of this study was to establish the test-retest reliability of a modified 20 m shuttle walk/run test of aerobic capacity for adults with traumatic brain injuries (TBI). A convenience sample of 18 TBI patients (16 males, two females) between 19 and 58 years of age, was tested using an externally paced, progressive, maximal shuttle walk/run, on two(More)
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