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Dr. Line Nadeau

 

Line Nadeau, Ph.D.

(Ph.D. Psychology 1998; Université Laval)

Professeure sous octroi, CIRRIS
Département de réadaptation, Faculté de médecine
Université Laval


Tel: (418) 529-9141 x 6579
E-mail: line.nadeau@rea.ulaval.ca

 

 

 

 

T

he available knowledge clearly shows that prematurity has long-term negative consequences on the development of cognitive and motor skills and on behaviour. The challenge facing researchers now is to identify the mechanisms by which biomedical determinants at birth (gestational age, birthweight, neonatal complications) and/or social determinants (family and economic status) lead to a higher incidence of behavioural problems in preterm children. We suggested that a better understanding of intermediate processes, via mediating variables, may well provide insight as to the cognitive and motor mechanisms responsible for subsequent behavioural problems.

 

 

 

 

 

Sylvestre, A., Nadeau, L., Charron, L., Larose, N., & Lepage, C. (2013).  Social participation by children with Developmental Coordination Disorder compared to their peers. Disability and Rehabilitation

 

Flamand, V.H., Beaulieu, L.D., Nadeau, L., & Schneider C. (2012).  Peripheral magnetic stimulation to decrase spasticity in cerebral palsy.  Pediatric Neurology, 47, 345-348.

 

Flamand, V.H., Nadeau, L., & Schneider C. (2012).  Brain motor excitability and visuomotor coordination in 8-year-old children born very pretermClinical Neurophysiology, 123 (6), 1191-1199.

 

Nadeau, L., Tessier, R., Couture, G., & Voyer, A.P. (2012).  Ajustement social des enfants vivant avec une déficience motrice cérébrale: rôle du traitement de l’information sociale.  Dans G. Tarabulsy, J.-P. Lemelin et M. Provost (Eds.), Développement socio-émotionnel de l’enfant et de l’adolescent, pp. 221-243.  Québec: Presses de l’Université du Québec.