Pascale Lidji, Ph.D.

Pascale Lidji was a postdoctoral scholar in the Sequence Production Lab, McGill University, from 2009 to 2012, where she worked under the supervision of Prof. Caroline Palmer. She now works as a clinical neuropsychologist.

Pascale Lidji owns joint Ph.D. in psychology from Université Libre de Bruxelles and University of Montreal. Her dissertation, supervised by Prof. Régine Kolinksy and Prof. Isabelle Peretz, addressed the interactions between music and language in sung stimuli. In her postdoctoral project, conducted under the direction of Prof. Caroline Palmer in collaboration with Prof. Isabelle Peretz, she investigated the perceptual and motor processes involved in synchronization with speech and song. Using behavioral methods and transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), she also explored the beneficial effects of choral speech and song on word production in aphasic patients.

Currently: Clinical Neuropsychologist at CENOP, Montreal

icon Affiliation: Clinical neuropsychologist

icon University: CENOP - Centre d'évaluation neuropsychologique et d'orientation pédagogique, Montréal

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