I am part of the ProGram project which investigates the neuro-cognitive basis of grammar. My work in the project focuses on the production of speech and more precisely the distinction between the production of grammatical and lexical elements using EEG/ERPs and TMS.
Neurolinguistics course (MA level), University of Copenhagen
Master degree, University of Lyon, France
PhD degree in linguistics, University of Geneva, Switzerland
2014 - Present
PostDoc at the DRCMR
2007 - 2007
Research assistant at the Cognitive Neuro-rehabilitation laboratory, University Hospital of Geneva
Michel Lange, V., Pellet Cheneval, P., Python, G, Laganaro, M. (2016). Contextual phonological errors and omission of obligatory liaison as a window into the span of phonological encoding in aphasic patients. Aphasiology, doi: 10.1080/02687038.2016.1176121
Michel Lange, V., Perret, C., Laganaro, M. (2015) Comparison of single-word and adjective-noun phrase production using event-related brain potentials. Cortex. 67, 15-29. doi:10.1016/j.cortex.2015.02.017
Michel Lange, V. & Laganaro, M. (2014). Inter-subject variability modulates phonological advance planning in the production of adjective-noun phrases. Frontiers in Psychology. 5:43. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00043
Alario, F.-X., Goslin, J., Michel Lange, V., & Laganaro, M. (2010). The functional origin of foreign accent: Evidence from the syllable frequency effect in bilingual speakers. Psychological Science, 21, 15-20.
Bagou, O., Michel Lange, V., Laganaro, M. (2009). On the production of sandhi phenomena in French: psycholinguistic and acoustic data. INTERSPEECH 2009: 452-455.