Halima SAHRAOUI

  • Associate professor in French as a Foreign Language
  • PhD in Language science, Psycholinguistics
  • Contact details

    Address
    URI OCTOGONE-Lordat Université Toulouse - Jean Jaurès Maison de la Recherche, bureau E 1.26 5 allées Antonio Machado 31058 TOULOUSE Cedex 9
    Office
    E 1.26
    Phone
    (+0033) 06.22.67.24.72
    Email
    sahraoui@univ-tlse2.fr

    Taught academic discipline(s)

    Teaching French as a second-foreign language - Univ. Toulouse 2 Defle
    Introduction to cognitive science - Univ. Toulouse 2 Defle
    Written French for advanced learners and academic purpose - Univ. Toulouse 2 Defle
    Spoken French teaching for beginners - Univ. Toulouse 2 Defle
    Language science / psycholinguistics: Department of Language Science Univ. Toulouse 2, Psycholinguistics - School of speech & language therapy Univ. Toulouse 3

    Research topics

    Research Interests :

    neuropsycholinguistics, speech production, monitoring, morpho-syntactic encoding, aphasia, discourse, dysfluencies

    Activities / Resume

    Conference, workshop, seminars (organizer)

    -Octogone-Lordat's Seminars :
    Executive functions and strategies in aphasia (May 2015)
    Séminaires Octogone-Lordat 2013-2014

    -International conference :
    NeuroPsychoLinguistic Perspectives on Apasia, Toulouse 2012


    -Workshop Clan-Chat for Aphasiabank in Toulouse
    Sahraoui, H. & Ho-Dac, L.-M. (2012). AphasiaBank : une base de données translinguistique de corpus aphasiques. International conference NeuroPsychoLinguistic Perspectives on Aphasia, Toulouse, 21-23 juin 2012.


    Papers
    • Ishkhanyan, B., Sahraoui, H., Harder, P., Mogensen, J., Boye, K (2017). Grammatical and lexical pronoun dissociation in French speakers with agrammatic aphasia: A usage-based account and REF-based hypothesis, Journal of Neurolinguistics, 44, 1-16.
    • Sahraoui, H. & Nespoulous, J‐L. (2013). Perspective neuropsycholinguistique sur l'aphasie agrammatique. L'Information Grammaticale, Études francophones en pathologie du langage, 138, 27-38.
    • Sahraoui, H. & Nespoulous, J‐L. (2012). Across‐task variability in agrammatic performance. Aphasiology, 26(6), 785‐810 [dx.doi.org/10.1080/02687038.2011.650625].
    • Soroli, E., Sahraoui, H. & Sacchett, C. (2012). Linguistic encoding of motion events in English and French: Typological constraints on second language acquisition and agrammatic aphasia. Language, Interaction and Acquisition 3(2), 261-328.
    Book sections
    • Baqué, L., Barbeau, E., Sahraoui, H. & Nespoulous, J-L. (2016). Les aphasies : pierres angulaires de la neuro(psycho)linguistique. In S. Pinto & M. Sato (éds.), Traité de Neurolinguistique (pp. 295-313). Louvain-la-Neuve : deBoeck Supérieur.
    • Sahraoui, H. (2015). Describing and interpreting variability in agrammatic speech production. In Astésano, C. et Jucla, M. (Eds.). Neuropsycholinguistic Perspectives on Language Cognition. Essays in Honor of Jean-Luc Nespoulous. Routledge Taylor & Francis Group. Series: Explorations in Cognitive Psychology. New-York: Psychology Press, 131-143.
    • Sahraoui, H. & Baqué, L. (2014). La liaison mise à l’épreuve d’une altération de la « cohésion syntaxique » dans un cas d’agrammatisme. In C. Soum, A.-L Coquillon &  P. Chevrot (Eds.), La Liaison : Approches Contemporaines. Berne: Peter Lang, 187-210.
    Proceedings 
    • Boye, K., Ishkhanyan, B., Theilgaard Brink, E. & Sahraoui, H. (2015). Pronouns and agrammatism in a functional theory of grammatical status. International conference - 48th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea, SLE 2015, Leiden University Center for Linguistics, Leiden, 2-5 Sept 2015.
    • Sahraoui, H., Mauclair, J., Baqué, L. & Nespoulous J.-L. (2015). What do pause patterns in non-fluent aphasia tell us about monitoring speech? A study of morpho-syntactic complexity, accuracy and fluency in agrammatic sentence and connected discourse production. International Conference - 53rd Academy of Aphasia Conference Proceedings, Tucson, 18-20 Oct., Frontiers in Psychology, doi:10.3389/conf.fpsyg.2015.65.00060.
    • Boye, K., Ishkhanyan, B., Theilgaard Brink, E. & Sahraoui, H. (2015). Pronouns and agrammatism in a functional theory of grammatical status. International conference - 48th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea, SLE 2015, Leiden University Center for Linguistics, Leiden, 2-5 Sept 2015.
    • Sahraoui, H. (2009). Emploi des prépositions et stratégies compensatoires dans l’aphasie agrammatique. In J. François, É. Gilbert, C. Guimier & M. Krause (Eds.), Actes du Colloque International du CRISCO : Autour de la Préposition (Caen, 20-22 Sept 2007). Bibliothèque de Syntaxe et Sémantique, Presses Universitaire de Caen, 305-316.
    Conferences
    • Soroli, E., Sahraoui, H. & Sacchett, C. (2011). Encoding motion events across languages: typological constraints in bilingual agrammatism. 12th International Science of Aphasia Conference, Barcelona, 1er-5 Sept.
    • Soroli, E., Sahraoui, H. (2011). Does language constrain the way we think and speak about space? Evidence from English and French agrammatic aphasia. New Trends in Experimental Psycholinguistics, Madrid, 29-30 Sept .
    Posters
    • Sahraoui, H. (2014). Trade-offs between fluency and grammatical complexity in language disorder: are agrammatic speakers “monitor over-users” ?  International Workshop on Language Production, Genève, 16-18 Jul.
    • Soroli, E., Hickmann & Sahraoui, H. (2011). Encoding and decoding motion events in English and French: Comparative case-studies in agrammatism and anomia [Abstract]. AoA2011, 49th Academy of Aphasia Proceedings, 23, 49-50 [dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.sbspro.2011.09.164].
    • Soroli, E., Sahraoui, H. & Sacchett, C. (2011). Space and language in English and French agrammatism: linking eye-fixations and linguistic encoding. The British Aphasiology Society Biennial International Conference, Reading (RU), 6-8 Sept.
    • Sahraoui, H. & Nespoulous, J.-L. (2010). A corpus-based study of agrammatic aphasia: New evidence for the potential prominent part played by adaptive strategies in these patients' oral production [Abstract]. AoA2010, 48th Academy of Aphasia Proceedings, 6, 115-116 [dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.sbspro.2010.058].
    • Soroli, E., Hickmann, M., Nespoulous, J.-L., Sahraoui, H. & Tran, T. M. (2010). Encoding motion events in aphasia: Cross-linguistic perspectives in monolingual and bilingual agrammatism [Abstract]. AoA2010 Athens, 48th Academy of Aphasia Proceedings, 6, 206-207 [dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.sbspro.2010.08.103].

    Additional informations


    Knowledge dissemination

    • Sahraoui, H. (2014). « L’enseignement des langues peut-il aider à faire vivre les langues ? », Intervention et débat pour le Forom des langues du monde, Carrefour Culturel Arnaud-Bernard, Toulouse, 18 Mai 2014.
    • Sahraoui, H. (2013). L'aphasie : objet et moyen de la neurolinguistique. Communication invitée pour le Cercle des Etudiants Pour l'Etude du Langage (CEPEL) [Lien].
    • De Boissezon, X., Danet, L., Sahraoui, H. & La Compagnie Les Anachroniques (2012). Le langage et ses troubles. Conférence inaugurale de la Semaine du Cerveau 2012, Théâtre Sorano, Toulouse, 12 Mars 2012 [Lien].



    Ph.D. Thesis
    Sahraoui, H. (2009). Contribution to the study of compensatory strategies in agrammatism. Neuropsycholinguistic and functional approach of agrammatic speech production and variabaility. Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis. University of Toulouse.