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Dr. KristaL.Hyde, PhD
Assistant Professor, Deptartments of Psychiatry and Neurology, McGill University


Auditory cognitive neuroscience
Brain imaging (structural and functional MRI)
Developmental disorders (autism)


Montreal Children's Hospital Research Institute
4018 Ste-Catherine Street West, Rm. 104
Montreal
Quebec
H3Z 1P2
514-934-1934 ext. 22401
514-412-4346

krista.hyde@mcgill.ca



Dr. Hyde is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Neurology at McGill University and the Montreal Children's Hospital Research Institute. Dr. Hyde's research focuses on auditory brain and behavioral development in both typical development and atypical development, and in particular in autism spectrum disorders. She also studies brain plasticity as a function of specialized training such as music and dance. In her laboratory, Dr. Hyde uses a multi-disciplinary research approach combining MRI brain imaging techniques of structure and function with behavioral methods. She is also interested in correlating brain and behavioral measures with genetic profiles in developmental disorders. Dr. Hyde's research has important implications in terms of fundamental science and clinical applications to better understand brain and behavioral interactions in typical and atypical development.


Undergraduate: BSc, Neuroscince Carleton University
Graduate: Msc and PhD, Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Montreal

Post-doctoral: Research fellow, McConnell Brain Imaging Centre, Montreal Neurological Institute, McGill University





Hyde KL, Zatorre RJ, Peretz, I. Functional MRI evidence for abnormal neural integrity of the pitch processing network in congenital amusia. Cerebral Cortex. 2001;21(2):292-299.

Samson F, Hyde KL, Bertone A, Soulières I, Mendrek A, Ahad P, Mottron L, Zeffiro, TA. Atypical resource allocation for processing complex non social sounds in verbal autistics and Asperger individuals. Neuropsychologia. 2010;Dec 28. [Epub ahead of print].

Hyde KL, Samson F, Evans AE, Mottron L. Neuroanatomical differences in brain areas implicated in perceptual and other core features of autism revealed by cortical thickness analysis and voxel-based morphometry. Human Brain Mapping. 2010;31(4):556-66.

Hyde KL, Lerch JP, Norton A, Forgeard M, Winner E, Evans AC, Schlaug G. Musical Training Shapes Structural Brain Development. Journal of Neuroscience. 2009;29(10):3019-25.

Hyde KL, Peretz I, Zatorre RJ. Evidence for the role of the right auditory cortex in fine pitch resolution. Neuropsychologia. 2008;46(2):632-639.

Hyde KL, Lerch JP, Zatorre RJ, Griffiths TD, Evans AC, Peretz I. Cortical thickness in congenital amusia: when less is better than more. Journal of Neuroscience. 2007;27(47):13028-13032.

Hyde KL, Zatorre R, Griffiths TD, Lerch JP, Peretz I. Morphometry of the amusic brain: a two-site study. Brain. 2006;129:2562-2570.

Hyde KL, Peretz I. Brains that are out of tune but in time. Psychological Science. 2004;15(5):356-60.

Peretz I, Hyde KL. What is specific to music processing? Insights from congenital amusia. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 2003;7(8):362-367.

Ayotte J, Peretz I, Hyde K. Congenital amusia: a group study of adults afflicted with a music-specific disorder. Brain. 2002;125:238-251.