Speech Perception, Audiovisual Integration, Prosody, Gestures, Lexical Stress, Speech Rate, Speech in Noise
Gestures, Prosody, Gesture-Speech synchrony, Speech Perception, Audiovisual Integration, Cognition, (Multimodal) Language Acquisition (L1/L2), Pragmatics
Speech Perception, Speech Production, Prosody, Lexical Stress
Speech Perception, Speech Production, Phonetic Convergence, Talker Familiarity
Speech Perception, Beat Gestures, Prosody, Lexical Stress
Speech Perception, Beat Gestures, Prosody, Lexical Tone
Speech Perception, Beat Gestures, Lexical Stress, Phonetics
On 19th Jan, 2021, Greta Kaufeld successfully defended her PhD thesis, entitled Investigating spoken language comprehension as perceptual inference. After her PhD, she took up a position at Disney Research Studios.
On 24th Sept, 2020, Joe Rodd successfully defended his PhD thesis, entitled How speaking fast is like running: modelling control of speaking rate. After his PhD, he took up a position at the ‘Dienst Uitvoering Onderwijs’ [DUO].
On 12th Dec, 2019, Merel Maslowski successfully defended her PhD thesis, entitled Fast speech can sound slow: effects of contextual speech rate on word recognition. After her PhD, she took up a position at Royal Dutch Kentalis.
These are the names of bright BA and MA students who wrote their thesis in the group or who did an internship with us. You will find some of their names appear as authors on our publications.
Ivy Mok, Eleni Zimianiti, Christina Papoutsi, Nora Kennis, Myriam Weiß, Giulio Severijnen, Marie Stadtbäumer, Vilde Reksnes, Jeonga Kim, Marjolein van Os, Rebecca Wogan, Rik Does, Wibke Naumann, Anna Ravenschlag.