Home > Taxonomy > Research > Speech Perception

Speech Perception

 

Online regularities and prior knowledge conspire to shape speech perception

 

Learning speech sounds through a video game: A reinforcement account

 

Noise in the Nursery: 3 Ways Noise Can Impact Your Child's Learning

Register here

 

Talk and discussion will last one hour. At 3:30 we will have a brief Q&A with Susan about her career path since completing her PhD at UMD.

Persistence and Control during Recognition of Speech in Noise

 

Julianne Garbarino (HESP): How do disfluencies relate to early grammatical errors?

Abstract: Children usually begin to stutter between ages 2.5 and 3.5-- a period when their expressive language includes many errors when compared to adult models. This talk will explore the relationship between grammatical errors in children's early language and the production of stuttering-like and non-stuttered disfluencies.

 

 

Neural Mechanisms underlying Segregation in the Ferret Cocktail Party

All are cordially invited to a reception for Janet Werker at the Language Science Center. (Her talk is at 10:15am in 1103 Bioscience Research Building.) 

 

Arthur Wingfield (Psychology, Brandeis University)

Stability in the Face of Change: Cognitive supports and cognitive constraints in speech comprehension by older adults with age-related hearing loss


Title: Listening with an aging brain

Title: The Perception of Probability

Pages

Subscribe to Speech Perception