Matthew Loisel

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Hemisphere specialization for language was studied in 10 children with expressive developmental dysphasia (DD) (mean age 10 years 4 months) submitted to a dichotic listening task (in a word free-recall task and forced-attention task) and a finger tapping/vocalization dual-task paradigm. A nonsense shape dichaptic task was also introduced to control right(More)
On July 27, 2006, AISA hyperspectral data were acquired over the Greater Victoria Watershed District (GVWD) test site. The 499 spectral bands of the University of Victoria’s AISA sensor were geometrically corrected to 2m pixels with the aid of airborne navigation files and digital elevation models (DEM) and digital surface models (DSM) derived from LIDAR(More)
The genetic basis of Developmental Dysphasia is discussed with precise neuropsychological descriptions of 11 cases in six families. In these cases the coexistence in the same family of completely normal and severely impaired siblings suggests a genetic rather than a familial socio-linguistic cause. The possibility of father-son transmission eliminates(More)
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