Sylvie Nozaradan - former postdoc (FNRS)

Group : 

André Mouraux

PhD student and postdoc 2009-2018.

The topic of my research is how musical rhythm entrains the human brain activity. With the help of Profs André Mouraux and Isabelle Peretz, my co-supervisor in Canada, I developed during my PhD an approach to capture the neural mechanisms of musical beat in humans. Currently, I explore this approach as a mean to investigate human neural mechanisms such as neural entrainment, sensorimotor synchronization and multisensory integration. To this aim, I use surface and intracerebral EEG, coupled with auditory/visual stimulations, and motion recordings. Also, this research gives rise to thoughts about how and why mixing art and science in research activities. Sylvie Nozaradan is now Professor at UCLouvain.

Publications

2018

Visuomotor correlates of conflict expectation in the context of motor decisions

Journal of Neuroscience

Derosiere G, Klein PA, Nozaradan S, Zénon A, Mouraux A, Duqué J.

38(44):9486-9504

2017

EEG frequency-tagging and input-output comparison in rhythm perception

Brain Topography

Nozaradan S, Keller PE, Rossion B, Mouraux A.

31(2):153-160

2017

Frequency-tagging to track the neural processing of contrast in fast continuous sound sequences

Journal of Neurophysiology

Nozaradan S, Mouraux A, Cousineau M.

118(1):243-253

2017

Intracerebral evidence of rhythm transform in the human auditory cortex

Brain Structure and Function

Nozaradan S, Mouraux A, Jonas J, Colnat-Coulbois S, Rossion B, Maillard L.

222(5): 2389-2404

2016

Enhanced brainstem and cortical encoding of sound during synchronized movement

Neuroimage

Nozaradan S, Schönwiesner M, Caron-Desrochers L, Lehmann A.

142:231-240

2016

Measuring Neural Entrainment to Beat and Meter in Infants: Effects of Music Background

Frontiers in Neuroscience

Cirelli LK, Spinelli C, Nozaradan S, Trainor LJ.

0.575694444

2014

Exploring how musical rhythms entrain brain activity with EEG frequency-tagging

Phil Trans B

Nozaradan S.

369(1658):20130393

2014

Body movement selectively shapes the neural representation of musical rhythms

Psychological Science

Chemin B, Mouraux A, Nozaradan S.

25(12):2147-59

2013

Capturing with EEG the neural entrainment and coupling underlying sensorimotor synchronization to the beat

Cerebral Cortex

Nozaradan S, Zerouali Y, Peretz I, Mouraux A.

25(3):736-47

2012

Selective neuronal entrainment to the beat and meter embedded in a musical rhythm

Journal of Neuroscience

Nozaradan S, Peretz I, Mouraux A.

32(49):17572-81

2011

Steady-state evoked potentials to tag specific components of nociceptive cortical processing

Neuroimage

Colon E, Nozaradan S, Legrain V, Mouraux A.

60(1):571-581

2011

Steady-state evoked potentials as an index of multisensory temporal binding

Neuroimage

Nozaradan S, Peretz I, Mouraux A.

60(1): 21-28

2011

Tagging the neuronal entrainment to beat and meter

Journal of Neuroscience

Nozaradan S, Peretz I, Missal M, Mouraux A.

31(28): 10234-40

2011

Nociceptive steady-state evoked potentials elicited by rapid periodic thermal stimulation of cutaneous nociceptors

Journal of Neuroscience

Mouraux A, Iannetti GD, Colon E, Legrain V, Nozaradan S, Plaghki L.

31(16): 6079-87

2011

Born to dance but beat deaf: a new form of congenital amusia

Neuropsychologia

Phillips-Silver J, Toiviainen P, Gosselin N, Piché O, Nozaradan S, Palmer C, Peretz I.

49(5): 961-969

Institute of Neuroscience (IONS) - Université catholique de Louvain (UCL)

NOCIONS : PAIN RESEARCH AT UCLOUVAIN