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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

 

Title: "Understanding speech perception difficulties in complex listening environments: Individual contributions of age and hearing loss"

How do listeners use their two ears to better understand speech in noisy environments, or to locate the source of a sound in the space around them? How are these processes different for people with two cochlear implants rather than normal hearing? These are just some of the questions that occupy Matt Goupell, Assistant Professor in Hearing and Speech Sciences and director of the Auditory Perception and Modeling Lab.

Language Science Day 2014

LSD marked the 1-year anniversary of the Maryland Language Science Center, showcasing many ideas and initiatives launched over the past year.

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