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Speaker Series: THE HASKINS LEGACY - The Science of the Spoken and Written Word

Haskins Laboratories is pleased to announce a new speaker series presented in conjunction with the celebration of our 75th Anniversary. Approximately twice a month we will feature informal talks by some of the many individuals who have contributed to the scientific legacy of the Laboratories. A preliminary list of speakers includes:

Streaming video will be available during the talks. Go here to view the talks in session.

2011

 
Dec. 1 Ken Pugh,
"The neurocognitive foundations of typical and atypical reading development: Contributions from Haskins scientists"
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Nov. 10 Michael Turvey,
"Degrees-of-freedom problem: 40 years and counting"
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Oct. 20 Vincent Gracco,
"Sensorimotor coupling for speech: A framework for development, disorders and brain-behavior relations"
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Sep. 22 Leonard Katz,
"Reading Research at Haskins: A Personnel History" [pdf]
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July 14 Eric Vatikiotis-Bateson, "Coordination and timing in speech: resisting invariance"
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June 30 Louis Goldstein, "Roots and prospects of an articulatory phonology"
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June 16

Robert Remez, "Analogy and Disanalogy in Production and Perception of Speech"
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June 2 Jay Rueckl, "Word Recognition by Skilled Readers: Insights from Computational, Behavioral, and Neuroimaging Evidence"
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May 26 Laurie Feldman, “Bi-alphabetism and bilingualism as windows on language processing”
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Apr. 7  Bruno Repp, “Twenty-five years of music perception and action research at Haskins Laboratories”
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Apr. 21 Elliot Saltzman "Invariance and variability in sensorimotor coordination and control: A visual approach"
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Mar. 24 Christine Shadle, "Research on Fricatives: Haskins Laboratories' Influence"
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March 10 Katherine Harris, “Speech production research at Haskins Laboratories”
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Feb. 24 Anders Löfqvist, “Mapping laryngeal function in speech: The Haskins-Tokyo collaboration”
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Endoscopy, Stroboscopy and Transillumination, Anders Lofqvist and Kiyoshi Oshima. View the Quicktime movie [.mov]
Jan . 13 Michael Studdert-Kennedy, “Haskins in New York”
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2010

 
Dec. 9,
12:30 PM.
David Ostry,
"Sensory Plasticity and Motor Learning"
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Nov. 18,
2:00 PM
Donald Shankweiler,
"Some thoughts on the history and present prospects of reading research at Haskins"
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Nov. 4,
2:00 PM
Philip Rubin,
"Talking Heads: speech embodied, embedded and enactive"
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Oct. 14
12:30 PM
Douglas Whalen,
"Links between perception and production"
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Sep. 30,
2:00 PM
Arthur Abramson,
"Haskins Speech Research in New York City"
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Sep. 16, 12:30 PM Carol Fowler,
"Common currency in language use"
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Note: Unless indicated otherwise, all talks will take place on Thursdays in the Main Conference Room (#110) at Haskins Laboratories (300 George St., Suite 900, New Haven, CT). Everything is subject to change. For up-to-date information, contact Philip Rubin here at Haskins Laboratories, 203.865.6163.