Program !NEW! > Keynote speakers


Topics of interest for this conference cover different aspects of speech production, including articulation, acoustics, neural substrates, motor control, disorders, and their links to perception, communication, development and language. Six keynotes will be presented that illustrate the diversity of research topics in - and out of - the field of speech production:



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María Florencia Assaneo

Laboratorio de Percepción y Producción del Habla, Instituto de Neurobiología, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México

Causes and consequences of the syllabic rhythms


Adrien Meguerditchian

Laboratoire de psychologie cognitive, Aix-Marseille Université / CNRS, France

The gestural origin of speech: Insights from nonhuman primate research


Doris Mücke

IfL-Phonetikcs, University of Cologne, Germany

Multidimensionality of prosodic prominence: From neurotypical to atypical speech patterns


Caroline Niziolek

Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of Wisconsin–Madison, USA

Sensorimotor learning as a window to speech planning


Sophie Scott

Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London, UK

What's in a voice - from neural mechanisms to social influences


Jason A. Shaw

Department of Linguistics, Yale University, USA

Towards a neural dynamics of speech production


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