Selected publications of Murielle Fabre
  1. Murielle Fabre. La phrase en tant qu'objet cognitif: bases neurales de la complexité syntaxique du chinois et du français. PhD thesis, Inalco, 2017.
    Note: Sous la direction de Christophe Pallier et Xu Dan.

Articles in journals
  1. Shohini Bhattasali, Murielle Fabre, Wen-Ming Luh, Hazem Al Saied, Matthieu Constant, Christophe Pallier, Jonathan Brennan, R. Nathan Spreng, and John Hale. Localising Memory Retrieval and Syntactic Composition: A fMRI study of naturalistic language comprehension. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 2018.

  2. Ana Luìsa Pinho, Alexis Amadon, Torsten Ruest, Murielle Fabre, Elvis Dohmatob, Isabelle Denghien, Chantal Ginisty, Séverine Becuwe-Desmidt, Séverine Roger, Laurence Laurier, Joly-Testault and Véronique, Médiouni-Cloarec Gaëlle, Christine Doublé, Martins Bernadette, Pinel Philippe, Eger Evelyn, Varoquaux Gaël, Pallier Christophe, Dehaene S, Hertz-Pannier Lucie, and Bertrand Thirion. Individual Brain Charting, a high-resolution fMRI dataset for cognitive mapping. Scientific data, 5, 2018.

Book chapters
  1. Christophe Pallier and Murielle Fabre. Bases cérébrales des processus syntaxiques. In Serge Pinto and Marc Sato, editors,Traité de Neurolinguistique, pages 219--228. de Boeck, 2016.



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