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    Dr Jeremy Giroud

    University Position
    Research Associate


    I am a cognitive neuroscientist interested in auditory neurophysiology and how auditory/linguistic information is encoded in the human brain. I investgate the organisation of different neural timescales during speech processing and how it adapts to specific properties of the speech signal (ex. speed: speech rate). In my PhD work at the INS (Marseille, France) in collaboration with Benjamin Morillon, I investigated the functionnal assymetry at play during sound and speech processing, using intracranial EEG (iEEG). I also used psychophysics, computational modelling and speech modification technique to assess the concurrent impact of multiple timescales of linguistic information on comprehension. My domain of expertise encompasses brain imaging, advanced signal processing and psychophysics to explore key questions in speech comprehension.

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