MEGUERDITCHIAN Adrien

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adrien.meguerditchian@univ-amu.fr
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Equipe(s) de recherche

Domaines de recherche

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Axes de recherche dans une approche comparative entre primates :

  • Préférences manuelles (manipulation versus communication gestuelle) et latéralisation cérébrale (Imagerie cérébrale IRM, fNIRS)
  • Communication gestuelle et vocale & Cognition sociale : propriétés intentionnelles, référentielles et compréhension de signaux
  • Structure et coordination des unités comportementales (gestuelles, posturales, visuelles et vocales) dans les interactions sociales

Je m’intéresse aux propriétés des modes de communication de nos cousins les primates et leurs liens avec certaines propriétés du langage humain. Je m’interroge notamment sur l'importance du geste dans les systèmes de communication et son implication dans l’évolution du langage et de la prédominance des droitiers.

Sites d’étude :

 

PUBLICATIONS EN FRANçAIS

 

DIRECTION NUMERO SPECIAL

Meguerditchian, A. (Ed.) (2013). Dossier: Communication des primates : à la recherche des origines du langage. Revue Primatologie, 5. [Accès libre]

 

 

ARTICLES/CHAPITRES DE VULGARISATION

 

Meguerditchian, A. (juin 2019). Au commencement était... le Geste. La Recherche - Les Essentielles "Le Génie de l'animal" 30, 23-27. [PDF]                                                                                                                                                      

 

 

Meguerditchian, A. (nov. 2018). Communication, du primate à l'humain. Le Cercle Psy - Hors-Serie "La Psychologie des Animaux", 7, 54-57. [PDF]                                                                                                            

 

 

Meguerditchian, A. (juil. 2018). Les origines gestuelles du langage. La Recherche, 537, 74-78. [PDF]                                                                                                                                                      

 

 

Meguerditchian, A. (2014). Des singes ingénieux. In O. Néron de Surgy & S. Tirard (Eds.), Les sciences des sixties (pp. 37-39). Paris : Éditions Belin. [PDF]                              

 

 

Primat, N., & Meguerditchian, A. (2010). Le Chakra du babouin. In M. Borillo (Ed.), Dans l’atelier de l’art : Expériences Cognitives (pp. 221-242). Seyssel : Editions Champ Vallon.

 

 

Meguerditchian, A., & Vauclair, J. (2006). Aux origines du langage. Cerveau & Psycho, 17, 84-87. [PDF]

 

 

 

 

ARTICLES/CHAPITRES DE SYNTHESE DANS DES REVUES/OUVRAGES A COMITE DE LECTURE

 

Meguerditchian, A. (à paraître juil. 2019). L’origine gestuelle du langage : l’apport des recherches en primatologie. In C. Courtet, M. Besson, F. Lavocat, & A. Viala (Eds.), Le Jeu et la Règle: Rencontres Recherche et Création du Festival d'Avignon (pp. 13-25). Paris : CNRS éditions. [PDF]

 

 

Meguerditchian, A. (2014). Pour une large approche comparative entre primates dans les recherches sur les origines de l’homme : l’exemple de la latéralité manuelle. Bulletins et mémoires de la Société d’anthropologie de Paris, 26, 166-171. [PDF]                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

Meguerditchian, A. (2013). Introduction - Dossier:  Communication des primates humains et non humains : à la recherche des origines du langage. Revue Primatologie, 5. [PDF]

Meguerditchian, A., Cochet, H., Wallez, C. & Vauclair, J. (2013). Communication, latéralité et cerveau chez les primates humains et non humains : vers une origine gestuelle ou multimodale du langage ? Revue Primatologie, 5. [PDF]

 

THÈSE

Meguerditchian, A. (octobre, 2009). Latéralité et communication gestuelle chez le babouin et le chimpanzé : à la recherche des précurseurs du langage. Thèse de doctorat de l’Université de Provence (mention Psychologie) sous la direction de Jacques VAUCLAIR. Aix-en-Provence, France. [PDF]

 

 

 

PUBLICATIONS in ENGLISH

 

ORIGINAL RESEACH

 

  • [41]   Molesti, S., Meguerditchian, A., & Bourjade, M. (in press 2019). Gestural communication in olive baboons (Papio anubis): repertoire and intentionality. Animal Cognition.
  • [40]   Amiez, C., Sallet, J., Hopkins, W. D., Meguerditchian, A., Hadj-Bouziane, F., BenHamed, S., Wilson, C. R. E., Procyk, E., & Petrides, M. (2019). Sulcal organization in the medial frontal cortex provides insights into primate brain evolution. Nature Communication, 10, 3437.
  • [39]   Pope, S. M., Fagot, J., Meguerditchian, A., Watzek, J., Lew-Levy, S., Autrey, M. M., & Hopkins, W. D. (in press 2019). Optional-Switch Cognitive Flexibility in Primates: Chimpanzees’ (Pan troglodytes) Intermediate Susceptibility to Cognitive Set. Journal of Comparative Psychology
  • [38]   Margiotoudi, K., Marie, D., Claidière, N., Coulon, O., Roth, M., Nazarian, B., Lacoste, R., Hopkins, W. D., Molesti, S., Fresnais, P., Anton, J.-L. & Meguerditchian, A. (2019). Handedness in monkeys reflects hemispheric specialization within the central sulcus. An in vivo MRI study in right- versus left-handed baboons (Papio anubis). Cortex, 118, 203-211. [PDF]
  • [37]   Bourjade, M., Gaunet, F., Maugard, A., & Meguerditchian, A. (2019). Manipulating social cues in baboon gesture learning: what does it tell us about the evolution of communication? Animal Cognition,  22(1), 113–125[PDF]
  • [36]   Pope, S. M., Fagot, J., Meguerditchian, A., Washburn, D. A., & Hopkins, W. D. (2019). Enhanced cognitive flexibility in the semi-nomadic Himba. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 50(1), 47-62. [Res. Gate] [PDF]
  • [35]   Marie, D., Roth, M., Lacoste, R., Nazarian, B., Bertello, A., Anton, J.-L., Hopkins, W. D., Margioutoudi, K., Love A. S., & Meguerditchian, A. (2018). Left Brain Asymmetry of the Planum Temporale in a non-Hominid primate: Redefining the origin of brain specialization for language. Cerebral Cortex, 28, 1808-1815. [PDF]
  • [34]   Hopkins, W. D., Coulon, O., Meguerditchian, A., Autrey, M., Davidek, K., Mahovetz, L., Pope, S. M., Latash, E. M., Mareno, M. C., & Schapiro, S. J. (2017). Genetic Factors and Oro-Facial Motor Learning Selectively Influence Variability in Central Sulcus Morphology in Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Journal of Neuroscience, 37, 5475–5483. [PDF]
  • [33]   Berthommier, F., Boë L.-J., Meguerditchian, A., Sawallis, T., & Captier, G. (2017). The Baboon Vocal Tract in Light of Exaptation: Larynx, Hyoid, and Tongue Anatomy. In L.-J. Boë, J. Fagot, P. Perrier, & J.-L. Schwartz (Eds., in press). Origins of Human Language: continuities and splits with nonhuman primates (pp.101-135). Oxford : Peter Lang. [PDF]
  • [32]   Hopkins, W. D., Meguerditchian, A., Coulon, O., Misiura, M., Pope, S., Mareno, M. C., & Schapiro, S. J. (2017). Motor Skill for Tool-Use is Associated with Left Hemisphere Asymmetries in the Motor Hand Area of the Precentral Gyrus. Behavioural Brain Research, 318, 71-81. [PDF]
  • [31]   Molesti, S., Vauclair, J., & Meguerditchian, A. (2016). Hand preferences for unimanual and bimanual coordinated actions in olive baboons (Papio anubis) : consistency over time and across populations. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 130, 341-350. [PDF]
  • [30]   Parron, C., & Meguerditchian, A. (2016). Gaze following in baboons (Papio anubis) : Juveniles adjust their gaze and body position to human’s head redirections. American Journal of Primatology, 78, 1265–1271. [PDF]
  • [29]   Love, S., Marie, D., Roth, M., Lacoste, R., Nazarian, B., Bertello, A., Coulon, O., Anton, J.-L., & Meguerditchian, A. (2016). The average baboon brain : MRI templates and tissue probability maps from 89 individuals. NeuroImage, 132, 526-533. [Res.Gate]  [PDF]
  • [28]   Meguerditchian, A., Phillips, K., Chapelain, A., Stoinski, T., Bania, A., Lonsdorf, E. V., Schaeffer, J., Russell, J., & Hopkins, W. D. (2015). Handedness for Unimanual Grasping in 564 Great Apes : The Effect on Grip Morphology and a Comparison with Hand Use for a Bimanual Coordinated Task. Frontiers in Psychology, 6, 1794. [Accès libre]  [PDF]
  • [27]   Pope, S. M., Meguerditchian, A., Hopkins, W. D., & Fagot, J. (2015). Baboons (Papio papio), but not humans, break cognitive set in a visuomotor task. Animal Cognition, 18, 1339–1346. [PDF]
  • [26]   Bourjade, M., Canteloup, C., Meguerditchian, A., Vauclair, J., & Gaunet, F. (2015). Training experience in gestures affects the display of social gaze in baboons’ communication with a human. Animal Cognition, 18, 239-250. [PDF]
  • [25]   Hopkins, W. D., Schaeffer, J., Russell, J. L., Bogart, S. L., Meguerditchian, A., & Coulon, O. (2015). A Comparative Assessment of Handedness and its Potential Neuroanatomical Correlates in Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) and Bonobos (Pan paniscus). Behaviour, 152, 461 - 492. [PDF]
  • [24]   Hopkins, W. D., Meguerditchian, A., Coulon, O., Bogart, S., Mangin, J., Sherwood, C. C., Bennett, A. J., Pierre, P. J., Fears, S., Woods, R., Hof, P. R., & Vauclair, J. (2014). Evolution of the central sulcus shape and morphology in primates. Brain, Behavior and Evolution, 84, 19-30. [PDF]
  • [23]   Bourjade, M., Meguerditchian, A., Maille, A., Gaunet, F., & Vauclair, J. (2014). Olive baboons (Papio anubis) adjust their visual and auditory intentional gestures to the visual attention of others. Animal Behaviour, 87, 121-128. [PDF]
  • [22]   Potier, C., Meguerditchian, A., & Fagard, J. (2013). Handedness for bimanual coordinated actions in infants as a function of grip morphology. Laterality, 18, 576—593. [PDF]
  • [21]   Hopkins, W. D., Pika, S., Liebal, K., Bania, A., Meguerditchian, A., Gardner, M., & Schapiro, S. J. (2012). Handedness for manual gestures in great apes : A meta-analysis. In S. Pika, & K. Liebal (Eds.), Developments in Primate Gesture Research (pp. 93-112). Amsterdam : John Benjamins.
  • [20]   Bogart, S. L., Pruetz, J. D., Ormiston, L. K., Russell, J. L., Meguerditchian, A., & Hopkins, W. D., (2012). Termite fishing laterality in the Fongoli savanna chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes verus) : Further evidence of a left hand preference. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 149, 591–598. [PDF]
  • [19]   Meguerditchian, A., Gardner, M. J., Schapiro, S. J., Hopkins, W. D. (2012). The sound of one hand clapping : handedness and perisylvian neural correlates of a communicative gesture in chimpanzees. Proceeding of the Royal Society Biology, 279, 1959-1966. [PDF]

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  • [18]   Wallez, C., Schaeffer, J., Meguerditchian, A., Vauclair, J., Schapiro, S. J., & Hopkins, W. D. (2012). Contrast of hemispheric lateralization for oro-facial movements between learned attention-getting sounds and species-typical vocalizations in chimpanzees : extension in a second colony. Brain and Language, 123, 75–79. [PDF]
  • [17]   Meguerditchian, A., Donnot, J., Molesti, S., Francioly, R., & Vauclair, J. (2012). Sex difference in squirrel monkeys handedness for unimanual and bimanual coordinated tasks. Animal Behaviour, 83, 635-643. [PDF]
  • [16]   Meguerditchian, A., Molesti, S., & Vauclair, J. (2011). Right-handedness predominance in 162 baboons for gestural communication : Consistency across time and groups. Behavioral Neuroscience, 125, 653-660. [PDF]

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  • [15]   Meguerditchian, A., Vauclair, J., & Hopkins, W. D. (2010). Captive chimpanzees use their right hand to communicate with each other : Implications for the origins of hemispheric specialization for language. Cortex, 46, 40-48. [PDF]
  • [14]   Meguerditchian, A., Calcutt, S. E., Lonsdorf, E. V., Ross, S. R., & Hopkins, W. D. (2010). Captive gorillas are right-handed for bimanual feeding. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 141, 638-645. [PDF]

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  • [13]   Meguerditchian, A., & Vauclair, J. (2009). Contrast of hand preferences between communicative gestures and non communicative actions in baboons : implications for the origins of hemispheric specialization for language. Brain and Language, 108, 167–174. [PDF]

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  • [12]   Losin, E., Russell, J. L., Freeman, H., Meguerditchian, A., & Hopkins, W. D. (2008). Left hemisphere specialization for oro-facial movements of learned vocal signals by captive chimpanzees. PlosOne, 3(6), e2529. [PDF]

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  • [11]   Hopkins, W. D., Taglialatela, J. P., Meguerditchian, A., Nir, T., Schenker, N. M., & Sherwood, C. C. (2008). Gray matter asymmetries in chimpanzees as revealed by voxel-based morphology. Neuroimage, 42, 491-497. [PDF]
  • [10]   Meguerditchian, A., & Vauclair, J. (2006). Baboons communicate with their right hand. Behavioral Brain Research, 171, 170-174. [Res. Gate]  [PDF]

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  • [9]   Vauclair, J., Meguerditchian, A., & Hopkins, W. D. (2005). Hand preferences for unimanual and coordinated bimanual tasks in baboons (Papio anubis). Cognitive Brain Research, 25, 210-216. [PDF]

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REVIEWS

 

  • [8]   Fagot, J., Boë, L.-J., Berthomier, F., Claidière, N, Malassis, R., Meguerditchian, A., Rey, A,  & Montant, M. (2019). The baboon: a model for the study of language evolution. Journal of Human Evolution, 126, 39-50. [PDF]
  • [7]   Meguerditchian, A., Vauclair, J., & Hopkins, W. D. (2013). On the origins of human handedness and language : A comparative review of hand preferences for bimanual coordinated actions and gestural communication in nonhuman primates. Developmental Psychobiology, 55, 637–650. [PDF]
  • [6]   Meguerditchian, A., Cochet, H., & Vauclair, J. (2011). From gesture to language : ontogenetic and phylogenetic perspectives on gestural communication and its cerebral lateralization. In A. Vilain, J.L. Schwartz, C. Abry, & J. Vauclair (Eds.), Primate Communication and Human Language : Vocalisation, gestures, imitation and deixis in humans and non-humans (pp. 89-118) Amsterdam : John Benjamins. [PDF]
  • [5]   Meguerditchian, A., & Vauclair, J. (2014). Communicative signaling, lateralization and brain substrate in nonhuman primates : Toward a gestural or a multimodal origin of language ? Humana Mente - Journal of Philosophical Studies, 27, 135-160. [PDF]
  • [4]   Meguerditchian, A., Taglialatela, J. P., Leavens, D. A., & Hopkins, W. D. (2014). Commentary on Ackermann et al. : Why vocal production of atypical sounds in apes and its cerebral correlates have a lot to say about the origin of language? Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 37, 565-566. [PDF]
  • [3]   Meguerditchian, A., & Vauclair, J. (2008). Vocal and gestural communication in non human primates and the question of the origin of language. In L.S. Röska-Hardy & E.M. Neumann-Held (Eds.), Learning from animals ? Examining the nature of human uniqueness (pp. 61-85). London : Psychology Press. [PDF]
  • [2]   Vauclair, J., & Meguerditchian, A. (2008). The gestural origin of language and its lateralization : theory and data from studies in nonhuman primates. In S. Kern, F. Gayraud, & E. Marsico (Eds.), Emergence of linguistic abilities : From gestures to grammar (pp. 43-59). Cambridge : Cambridge Scholars Publishing. [PDF]
  • [1]   Vauclair, J., & Meguerditchian, A. (2007). Perceptual and motor lateralization in two species of baboons. In W.D. Hopkins (Ed.), Evolution of hemispheric specialization in primates, Special topics in primatology (pp. 177-198). London : Elsevier/Academic Press. [PDF]

 

MEDIAS

Jeux de mains, langues de babouins - Adrien Meguerditchian from Treize Minutes Marseille on Vimeo.

ITV Adrien Meguerditchian from Lisa Eddaïkra on Vimeo.

 

Enseignements

Licence I Psychologie, Cours Magistraux, Université Aix-Marseille, Marseille
"Ethologie, comportement et psychologie animale"

Master I Sciences Cognitive MaSCo, Université Aix-Marseille, Marseille
- "Language, cognition & animal communication", TD, 1er semestre
- "Comparative brain language research", cours magistraux, 2e semestre

International Summer School of the Institut Language Communication and the Brain (ILCB), Université Aix-Marseille, Marseille
"Introduction to Behaviours, Cognition and Neuropsychology"

Master 1 d’Ethologie, Cours Magistraux, Université Paris 13, Villetaneuse
"Langage et communication animale" (UE Communication)

1ère année école de Psychomotricité, Cours Magistraux, ISRP – Institut Supérieur de Rééducation Psychomotrice, Marseille
"Psychologie comparée & Ethologie" (UE Psychologie)

Formation CNRS & INSERM, Expérimentation animale I & II, Marseille
"Ethologie & Cognition animale"

Formation CNRS, Session Primatologie, Marseille
"Bien être & "Clicker training" des primates"

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