The science of human communication

The Centre for Research on Brain, Language and Music (CRBLM) was established in 2011 to foster interdisciplinary research in the social and neurobiological foundations of human communication, within the domains of language and music. Our long-term objective is to develop insight into the mechanisms the brain uses to make sense out of sound, to identify new and innovative methods to facilitate language and cognitive development, to improve learning skills and to treat disorders of human communication.
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Aparna Nadig and Tara Flanagan develop a transition program for adults with autism spectrum disorder

Graduate members, submit your work for our annual scientific meeting, to be held May 8th at UQAM.

Research study implicates Broca’s area as a crucial region associated with stuttering

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