Nicolas Bourguignon, Ph.D.
Doctor assistant, Department of Experimental Psychology, Ghent University
Department of Experimental Psychology Gent University
Ph.D. Linguistics. University of Montreal, 2013
I study the motor and cognitive control of spoken language production, in particular the mechanisms involved in the goal-directed retrieval, selection and organization of information for fluent language generation at its sensorimotor and lexico- semantic levels of representation. I have investigated these questions using behavioral techniques, computational modelling, functional imaging and electroencephalography.
Bourguignon, N.J., H. Ohashi, D. Nguyen, V.L. Gracco (2018). The neural dynamics of competition resolution for language production in the prefrontal cortex. Human
Brain Mapping 39(3), pp. 1391-1402.
Bourguignon, N.J., S.R. Baum & D.M. Shiller. (2016). Please Say What This Word Is – Talker normalization alters the sensorimotor control of speech. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 42(7), pp. 1039-1047.
Bourguignon, N.J. (2014). A rostro-caudal axis for language in the frontal lobe: The role of executive control in speech production. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews 47, pp. 431-444.
Bourguignon, N.J., S.R. Baum & D.M. Shiller. (2014). Lexical-perceptual integration influences sensorimotor adaptation in speech. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8, art. 145, DOI : 10.3389/fnhum.2014.00208.