|January 26, 2017||January 19, 2017||January 12, 2017||Laura Morett, Hilibrand Postdoctoral Fellow, Yale Child Study Center “When hands speak as loud as words: The impact of gesture on the neurobiology of learning.”||December 15, 2016||Ana Maiques and Giulio Ruffini, Neuroelectrics, Cambridge, Mass, “New technologies to non invasively monitor and stimulate the brain and its applications”||December 8, 2016||Dr. John Murray, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Yale University School of Medicine “Neural circuit models of resting-state network dynamics in health and disease”||November 17, 2016||Dr. Qing Cai, Associate Professor, Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience at East China Normal University “The Typical and Atypical Reading Brain”||November 10, 2016||Denise Klein (Director) & Shanna Kousaie, Centre for Research on Brain, Language & Music & Montreal Neurological Institute, McGill University “The effect of language experience on the brain: Evidence from bilingualism.”||November 3, 2016||Sally Andrews, School of Psychology, University of Sydney, Australia “The role of lexical precision in skilled reading: Insights from individual differences||Novemebr 3, 2016||Jie Ren, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Brown University “Feature Specification in Infants' Lexical Representations.”||October 27, 2016||Gary Feng, Educational Testing Service, New Jersey “Beyond Scores: Understanding Reading and Writing Processes in Large Scale Standardized Tests”||October 13, 2016||Brad Sutton, PHD, Bioengineering Department, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Technical director, Biomedical Imaging Center, Beckman Institute for Advanced Science & Technology, “New methods for dynamic and functional imaging of speech and swallowing with MRI”||September 29, 2016||Jason Gallivan, Queen’s University, “Neural coding of action plans across human cortex”||September 22, 2016||Ashish Raj, Weill Cornell Medicine“Simple models of network spread can predict brain activity patterns and the spread of neurodegeneration”||September 15, 2016||Monica Wagner, St. John’s University, “Spectro-temporal feature processing of the spoken word within auditory cortex reflected within the P1-N1-P2 and T-complex of the auditory evoked potentials (AEPs): Potential for clinical and research applications”||September 8, 2016||Philip Rubin, Haskins Laboratories, Senior Advisor to the President, "Obama's BRAIN: a view of science policy from inside the White House"||June 16, 2016||Brian Dillon, UMass Amherst “The search for an antecedent: Reflexive-antecedent dependencies and structurally constrained retrieval in comprehension”||June 9, 2016||Alexis Johns, Haskins Laboratories and UConn, “Phonological and semantic competition in spoken word recognition in older listeners: An investigation of sensory and cognitive factors”||June 2, 2016||Brian Scassellati, Yale University, “Robots that Teach.”||May 19, 2016||Benjamin Langstein, Haskins Laboratories, “Communication Breakdown: Observing Conversational Incoherence in the Lab”||May 12, 2016||Yune Lee, Post Doctoral-Fellow, University of Pennsylvania,“New frontiers in brain-based rehabilitation for communication disorders”||May 5, 2016||Randy Flanagan, Queen’s University at Kingston ON, Canada, "Selection, planning and control of object-oriented action”||April 28, 2016||Axelle Calcus, Center for Research in Cognition & Neuroscience, University Libre de Bruxelles & Center for Computational Neuroscience and Neural Technology, Boston University “The rowdy-classroom problem in children with dyslexia: contribution of peripheral and central interference to speech-perception in noise”||April 21, 2016||Jeff Malins, Post-doctoral Fellow, Haskins Laboratories, “Characterizing Individual Differences in Neurobiology and Word Learning in Children with Reading Deficits”||April 14, 2016||Fumiko Hoeft, University of California, San Francisco “Intergenerational Imaging of Reading Networks”||April 7, 2016||A FESTSCHRIFT OF SORTS… HONORING DR. LEONARD KATZ & HIS CONTRIBUTIONS TO HASKINS & THE RESEARCH WORLD||March 31, 2016||Trey Avery, Haskins Laboratories, EEG Lab Manager “Evaluation of the Effects of Mindfulness, Practices in Young Children Using EEG Measures of Attention and Salivary Measures of Stress”||March 24, 2016||Eleanor Chodroff, Johns Hopkins University, “Phonetic covariation within natural classes: Implications for linguistic structure and perceptual adaptation”||March 17, 2016||Prof. Leonid Perlovsky, Northeastern University “Language and cognition – joint acquisition, dual hierarchy, and emotional prosody”||March 10, 2016||Samar Husain, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, “Determinants of Reading Difficulty in Hindi”.||March 10, 2016||Claire Moore-Cantwell, Yale University, Linguistics, “Effects of probabilistic phonology on perception: Evidence from the English stress system”||March 3, 2016||Bharath Chandrasekaran, University of Texas, Austin "Dual-learning systems in speech and audition"||February 25, 2016||David Ostry, Haskins Laboratories and McGill University “The Structure and Acquisition of Sensorimotor Maps.||February 18, 2016||Wei-rong Chen, Haskins Laboratories “Articulation and Coarticulation in Taiwan Mandarin: An EMA study”||February 11, 2016||Sarah Hamilton, University of Cincinnati, "Does ultrasound biofeedback therapy improve auditory perceptual abilities in children with residual speech disorders?"||February 4, 2016||Ashley Lewis, Post-doctoral Fellow, Haskins Laboratories "Exploring oscillatory neural dynamics in the beta frequency range during language comprehension beyond the word level"||January 21, 2016||Kaja Jasinska, Haskins Laboratories, Postdoctoral Research Associate "How Experience and Biology Shape the Neural Systems Supporting Language and Reading Development"||December 10, 2015||Matthew Hall, University of Connecticut, Linguistics, Post-Doc, “How language impacts the mind, and how the mind impacts language”|
|December 3, 2015||Haskins Global Summit|
|November 19, 2015||Etienne de Villers Sidani, Montreal Neurological Institute, McGill University “Harnessing neuroplasticity to improve hearing: lessons learned from animal models”|
|November 12, 2015||Tanya Evans, Stanford School of Medicine, , “Brain Networks Supporting the Acquisition of Skilled Reading and Arithmetic”|
|November 5, 2015||Andy Jahn, Haskins Laboratories, Post-doctoral Fellow “Pain, Congruency, and Surprise: Prediction Violation across Domains in the Anterior Cingulate Cortex”|
|October 29, 2015||Professor Pascal Perrier, GIPSA-lab, Grenoble “Modeling and experimental studies of Speech Production”|
|October 22, 2015||Tyler Perrachione, Boston University “Cognitive consequences of talker variability”|
|October 8, 2015||2:30 Andy Jahn, Haskins Laboratories, Post-doctoral Fellow, "Neural basis of conflict resolution in encoding and retrieval interference."|
|October 8, 2015||12:30 Dick Aslin, Rochester Center for Brain Imaging, "From sounds to words: Distributional learning and its neural correlates in adults and infants"|
|October 1, 2015||*Jennifer McCullagh, Auditory processing and speech-language abilities in children and older adults with and without neurological impairment. *Barbara Cook, Ethical Application of EBP Interventions During a Research Protocol Supporting Participation of Individuals With ASD *Hillary Harper, “Examining the Connections Between Language and Literacy Development in Young and School-Age Children”. *Southern Connecticut State University, Dept. of Communication Disorders|
|Septmeber 24, 2015||2:30 Nancy McIntyre, UC Davis MIND Institute, Reading comprehension in children with high functioning autism: Latent variable modeling of social, cognitive, and language factors|
|Septmeber 24, 2015||12:30 Brian Byrne, University of New England, Australia, “Behavior-genetics of literacy development: Zooming out and zooming in|
|Septmeber 17, 2015||Edward Wlotko, Tufts University, "Anticipatory language comprehension: Hemispheric asymmetries, age-related changes, and individual differences"|
|June 11, 2015||Donna Erickson, Kanazawa Medical University & Sophia University, “Articulation of Rhythm: A Multilanguage perspective”|
|June 4, 2015||Katy Borodkin, Lehman College “Phonological and Naming Skills in Low-Proficiency Second-Language Learners”|
|May 28, 2015||Dr. Sang-Im Lee-Kim, Visiting Professor University of Massachusetts at Amherst, “The role of static vs. dynamic cues in vowel transitions: The case of sibilant place contrast”|
|May 21, 2015||Prof. Elinor Saiegh-Haddad, PhD, Bar-Ilan University, Israel, "The psycholinguistics of learning to read in Arabic."|
|May 14, 2015||Gerald McRoberts, Haskins Laboratories “Phonetic Details in Early Words:The Intersection of Speech Perception and Lexical Acquisition in Infants and Toddlers”|
|April 30, 2015||John Hale, Cornell University “Modeling fMRI time courses with linguistic structure”|
|April 23, 2015||David Gow, Ph.D., Cognitive/Behavioral Neurology Group, Massachusetts General Hospital “Using effective connectivity analyses to build stronger inferences about the functional architecture of cognition”|
|April 2, 2015||Rachel Theodore, University of Connecticut, "Talker-specificity in spoken language processing"|
|March 26, 2015||Benita Blachman, Syracuse University School of Education, "What we learned from a 10-year follow-up of an early reading intervention"|
|March 19, 2015||Arthur Abramson, Haskins Laboratories "Haskins Laboratories in New Yprk City with Comments on Voice Onset Time"
View the recorded talk
|March 18, 2015||Yumie Ono, Ph.D., Meiji University, Japan, "fNIRS, EEG and heart rate variability: A physiological windo for clinical diagnosis, communication, and rehabilitation"|
|March 12, 2015||Erika Skoe, University of Connecticut, Speech, Language & Hearing Sciences, "Auditory system development and language outcomes: Insighs from poor readers"|
|Febraury 26, 2015||Dave Braze and Tao Gong, Haskins Labarotories, "A108/A195 Roundup"|
|February 19, 2015||Marc Joanisse, University of Western Ontario, "Visualizing the brain's reading network in time and space using eyetracking, ERP and MRI"|
|Febraury 12, 2015||Adam Lammert, Swarthmore College, "Structure and Function in Speech Production"|
|February 5, 2015||Guannan (Mandy) Shen, Columbia University, Teachers College, "Perceptual Learning of Mandarin Lexical Tone Categories"|
|January 22, 2015||Gustaf Öqvist Seimyr & Mattias Nilsson Benfatto, The Bernadotte Laboratories, St. Erik’s Eye Hospital Karolinska Institutet, Sweden, "Screening for Reading Deficits in Children by Eye Tracking"|
|January 15, 2015||Isabelle Barrière, PhD, Associate Professor, Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus Director of Policy for Research and Education, Yeled V'Yalda, "Cross-linguistic and Bilingual Perspectives on the Early Comprehension of Subject-Verb Agreement"|
|January 8, 2015||Yi-Hui Hung, Postdoctoral Associate, Haskins Laboraotires, "The roles of phonetic and
semantic radicals in Chinese character recognition.”
|December 11, 2014||Eiling Lee, University of Connecticut, "The cognitive and neural representations of object concepts"|
|Novemeber 20, 2014||Bart Boets, University of Leuven, "Intact phonological representations in dyslexia? How to reconcile 40 years of dyslexia research."|
|November 13, 2014||Nairan Ramirez-Esparza, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, University of Connecticut
Title: Look who’s talking: The quality of the social interactions in monolinguals’ and
bilinguals’ language development
|November 6, 2014||“Yale Linguists present their Research at Haskins”
Bob Frank, Title: "TAG is it! Tree Adjoining Grammar insights into syntax and acquisition."
Claire Bowern, Title: "Yidiny Stress Revisited."
Ryan Bennett, Title: "Ultrasound of Irish secondary articulations, prosody in K’ichean."
Raffaella Zanutini, Title: "The perils of describing nonstandard English syntax at Yale."
Maria Piñango, Title: "Finding meaning in the brain."
|October 30, 2014||Elpida Pavlidou, Postdoctoral Fellow, Haskins Laboratories, “ The Little Spie and The
Hidden Word: The Dyslexic Brain as a Statistician. What have I Learned 'Implicitly' in
Two Haskins Years??
|October 23, 2014||Nicolas Bourguignon, PhD, Université de Montréal and the Centre for Research on Brain, Language and Music. "Executive contributions of the frontal
lobes to speech production : A rostro-caudal axis for language in the pre-frontal cortex"
|October 23, 2014||Morten H. Christiansen, Professor, Department of Psychology & Co-Director, Cognitive Science Program, Cornell University External Professor, Department of Language and Communication, University of Southern Denmark, Senior Scientist, Haskins Laboratories
"Language Acquisition as Learning to Process”
|October 16, 2014||Ken McRae, University of Western Ontario, “A computational account of the N400 based on
prediction error in an attractor network model of semantic memory”
|October 2, 2014||Jason Bishop, College of Staten Island/CUNY Graduate Center
“Examining the role of subvocal prosody in sentence comprehension in reading.”
|Septmeber 25, 2014||Natalie Kacinik, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, CUNY Brooklyn. “Understanding Metaphoric Language: Examining the Involvement of the Left and Right Cerebral Hemispheres”|
|September 18, 2014||Haskins Discovery Day, Speakers: Pete Molfese
Argyro Katsika, Dave Kush, Elpida Pavlidou, Emily Myers, Julie Van Dyke, Jeff Malins, Joy Hirsch, Xian Zhang, J. Adam Noah, Kaja Jasinska
|September 4, 2014||Steven Tobin, University of Connecticut
“A dynamical approach to phonetic category change”
|August 14, 2014||Dr. Yang Lee, Professor of Psychology, Gyeongsang National University, Korea,Research Affiliate, Haskins Laboratories and CESPA, University of Connecticut
"Two Processing Routes for Korean Reading?"
|July 31, 2014||Dr. Vicky Leong, Sutasoma Research Fellow, Lucy Cavendish College, University of Cambridge
"Booting-up language in the naive brain: Mapping temporal structure from speech modulations to
|June 26, 2014||Betty Mousikou, Royal Holloway,University of London, “Bridging the gap between reading aloud and speech production: Behavioral & Computational studies”|
|June 19, 2014||Jet Vonk, Doctoral Student Neurolinguistics, CUNY Lexical Semantic Processing in Alzheimer’s Disease: Anatomical-Behavioral Correlations between Language Performance and Brain Atrophy|
|June 12, 2014||James McPartland, Assistant Professor of Child Psychiatry and Psychology Director, Yale Developmental Disabilities Clinic, "Rethinking the Developmental Role of Social Motivation in ASD"|
|June 5, 2014||Jonathan Preston, Haskins Laboratories, "Haskins Labs' contributions to the study of speech sound disorders"|
|June 5, 2014||Eleonora Rossi, Penn State University, "Learning and using two languages: Converging approaches to the mind and the brain"|
|May 29, 2014||Rob Reinhart, Vanderbilt University, "Causal control of medial-frontal cortex governs performance monitoring and learning"|
|May 22, 2014||Katy Cabbage, Massachusetts General Hospital,
“Phonological Deficits in Children: Perception Matters”
Tracy Centanni , Massachusetts General Hospital,
“Neural and behavioral auditory processing impairments after dyslexia gene knockdown”
|May 15, 2014||Julie Franck, University of Genéve (W. Tabor) "Acceptability and temporal dynamics of extraction from wh-islands”|
|April 24, 2014||Mark Tiede, Haskins Laboratories, "Articulatory patterns in phonetic convergence."|
|April 10, 2014||Sudha Arunachalam, Dept. of Speech, Language, & Hearing Sciences, Boston University
“Parsing to learn: How toddlers use their grammatical and lexical knowledge to acquire new words".
|April 3, 2014||Ryan Shosted, Dept. of Linguistics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, "Getting what you pay for: Higher dimensional analyses of rtMRI speech production data"|
|April 3, 2014||
Dr. Megan Boudewyn, University of California, Davis. " Individual differences in cognitive control and context processing during comprehension."
|March 27, 2014||Edward Large, University of Connecticut “Neurodynamics of Music Perception”|
|March 20, 2014||Klara Marton, Ph.D. Program in Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences Graduate School & University Center, City University of New York, “Interference control at the two ends of the scale: children with neurodevelopmental disorders and bilingual individuals”|
|March, 6, 2014||Nadia Peppa, University of Southampton, UK, "Models of comorbidity in development disorders: The impact of comorbid ADHD on the Conduct Disorder."|
|Febraury 27, 2014||Michele Miozzo, Columbia University, "The processing of word sounds in speech production."|
|Febraury 6, 2014||NIH- "Public Access Policies"|
|January 30, 2014||Joanne Carlisle, University of Michigan, "Unanswered questions and directions for future research on morphology and reading."|
|January 16, 2014||Jeff Malins, Post-doctoral Fellow, Haskins Laboratories, " Towards a theory of spoken processing in Madarin Chinese"|
|December 12, 2013||Louisa Bogaerts, Ghent University, Belgium, "The involvement of serial-order memory in language learning: evidence from novel word learning and dyslexia"|
|December 5, 2013||Tao Gong, The University of Hong Kong, "Simulating the Vowel Chain Shift in the Xumi Language”|
|December 5, 2013||David Caplan, M.D., Ph.D., Harvard Medical School, "On the Nature of Syntactic Comprehension in Vascular Aphasia”|
|November 21, 2013||Kevin Roon, CUNY & Haskins Laboratories, "The dynamics of phonological planning and the perception-production link"|
|November 14, 2013||Karen Froud, (Columbia University-Teacher’s College, "Interdisciplinary investigations in speech-language pathology and educational neuroscience"|
|November 14, 2013||Doug Whalen, Hosung Nam, Christian DiCanio, Haskins Laboratories, "Extracting phonetics from endangered language corpora: Examples in Mixtec and Arapaho."|
|October 31, 2013||Sara Guediche, Brown University, "Flexibility and plasticity in speech perception: Behavior and neural interactions"|
|October 24, 2013||Martijn Wieling, Universities of Groningen & Tubingen, Germany, "Comparingpronunciations on the basis of transcriptions and articulography"|
|October 10, 2013||Devin Kearns, Boston University, "De+ci+sions, Decide+sions, Decisions: How do elementary-age children read polysyllabic words?"|
|October 3, 2013||Kim Leiken, NYU, "Disentangling linguistic processing from general cognitiveresources: MEG studies of dependency formation"|
|September 26, 2013||Kaja Jasinska, Haskins Laboratories, "What the Bilingual Brain can tell us about Language, Reading and Cognitive Development"|
|September 12, 2013||Kirrie Ballard, University of Sydney, Australia, "Can instrumental measures of speech predict expert diagnosis of acquired apraxia of speech?"|
|August 8, 2013||Katarzyna Jednorog, Nencki Institute, Warsaw, Poland, "Multisite voxel based morphometry study of developmental dyslexia"|
|June 27, 2013||Zohar Eviatar, University of Haifa, Israel, "Dynamics of brain functions and reading in different languages: The case of Arabic"|
|June 27, 2013||Dave Kush, University of Maryland, "Respecting Relations"|
|June 20, 2013||Tricia McCabe, University of Sydney, Australia. "Developing treatments for complex speech disorders: An example from childhood apraxia of speech"|
|June 13, 2013||Inge-Marie Eigsti, University of Connecticut."Language in autism spectrum disorders: Underlying processes from low to high"|
|June 6, 2013||Elizabeth Hirshorn, University of Pittsburgh. "Using Artificial Orthographies to Study Reading in Different Writing Systems"|
|May 30, 2013||
Victor Ferreira, University of California, San Diego
"How do speakers' choices bring about successful communication?"
|May 23, 2013||Matt Masapollo, McGill University, "Infant's perception of infant vowels"|
|May 23, 2013||Khalil Iskarous, University of Southern California, "Linguistic pattern formation"|
|May 2, 2013||Gareth Roberts, Yeshiva University, "The orgins of combinatoriality:insights from the laboratory"|
|April 25, 2013||Robert Serpell, University of Zambia. "Appropriation of literacy in a linguistically diverse context: basic education in an African city"|
|April 4, 2013||Argyro Katsika, University of Potsdam. "The coordination of prosodic and constriction events at boundaries"|
|March 28, 2013||Sam Tilsen, Cornell University, "Selection and coordination of articulatory gestures in temporally constrained production"|
|March 21, 2013||Yale HIC Meeting|
|March 14, 2013||Gina Kuperberg, Tufts University & Massachusetts General Hospital. "Predicting Meaning: What the Brain tells us about the Architecture of Language Comprehension"|
|March 14, 2013||David Share, Haifa University, Israel. "Anglocentrism and Alphabetism in Reading Research and Practice: When less is more?"|
|Febraury 28, 2013||Adrian Garcia-Sierra, UConn "Top down influence in bilinguals' speech perception"|
|January 31, 2013||Elpida Pavlidou, Marie Curie Fellow at The University of Edinburgh. "Implicit learning in specific developmental disorders: The MOUSE(MultimOdal Use of Statistical Environment) Project"|
|January 17, 2013||Michael Turvey, University of Connecticut and Haskins Laboratories)
Title: "Esther Thelen Memorial Lecture: Ecology and Dynamics of Movement Development"
|December 13, 2012||
Einar Mencl, Haskins Laboratories
"Progress in Neuroimaging at Haskins"
|December 7, 2012||Hannah Block, "Neural substrates of sensory and motor adaptation"|
|December 6, 2012
||Stephen Frost, Haskins Laboratories
"Experiment du jour"
November 29, 2012
|Adrian Staub, University of Massachusetts (Amherst)
“Understanding 'prediction' in the cloze task: Data and model”
|November 15, 2012||Michael Crowley, Yale Child Study Center. Biofeedback|
|November 8, 2012||Laura Koenig, LIU & Haskins Laboratories, Aspects of speech production in typically-developing children"|
|November 8, 2012||Caterina Petrone, laboratoire Parole et Langage (CNRS) ix-en-Provence. "The role of F0 detail in tune representation and meaning"|
|October 25, 2012||Professor Kazumi Matsuoka and Professor Miho Sasaki, Keio University, "Visual word recognition by Japanese Signers and L2 learners of Japanese.|
|October 18, 2012||Alex Fine, University of Rochester, "Syntactic adaptation in language comprehension"|
|October 11, 2012||
Matt Weber, Center for Cognitive Neuroscience at Penn State
|October 4, 2012||Keiichi Tajima, Hosei University, Tokyo, "Perception of prosody in a non-native language: The case of Japanese listeners' perception of English syllable structure"|
|September 27, 2012||Heather Bortfeld, Haskins Laboratories and UConn Department of Psychology
“Assessing developmental change in normal and impaired auditory processing”
| September 20, 2012
||Margie Gillis, Haskins Laboratories and LiteracyHow
“Reading research in the classroom: What should teachers know and be able to do?”
|September 20, 2012
||Caicai Zhang, Language Engineering Laboratory, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
"Perceptual normalization of talker variability in lexical tone perception"
| September 25, 2012
|| Liliana Ricon Gonzalez, MS, Biomedical Engineering Program, Arizona State University
“Perturbing the proprioceptive map of the arm"
| September 13, 2012
||Suzanne Dikker, NYU Linquistics, "Predicting language and connecting brains"|
|September 6, 2012||Bryan Gick, USB Department of Liquistics
"A whole-event model for speech"
|August 30, 2012
||Jon Preston, Haskins Laboratories and Department of Communication Disorders, SCSU, “Ultrasound biofeedback for children with persisting speech sound disorders”|
|August 23, 2012
||Anders Lofqvist, Haskins Laboratories
"Development of speech motor control: Lip movement variability"
|August 2, 2012||Catherine Wiley, MD, Reach Out and Read CT & Chief, Division of General Pediatrics, UCONN School of Medicine
“Promoting Early Literacy: A Peek into the Exam Roomn”
|July 16, 2012
||Arnaud Szmalec, Department of Experimental Psychology, Ghent University
"The interaction between memory and language: Insights from normal language acquisition and impaired written language processing"
|May 31, 2012||Maria Piñango, Yale University, Linguistics
Dissociations in Broca's Area and the Structure of Language Processing
|May 24, 2012
||Martha Tyrone, Haskins Laboratories and Communication Science and Disorders, LIU
“Sign language research at Haskins”
|May 17, 2012
||Tine Mooshammer, Haskins Laboratories
“Speech errors around the world”
| May 10, 2012
||Evelina Fedorenko, Department of Brain & Cognitive Sciences, MIT
"A novel framework for a neural architecture of language"
|April 12, 2012
||Dr Rupal Patel, Northeastern University
"Assistive technology for teaching and learning language"
|April 12, 2012
||Emma Hayiou-Thomas, University of York, UK
"The shape of the phenotype: Genetic and environmental influences on typical and atypical language development"
|April 12, 2012
“Dynamics in grammar"
|March 22, 2012
“Studies of reading and language impairment, from low-level to high-level deficits”
|March 15, 2012
||Anneke Slis, University of Toronto
"General co-articulatory Characteristics of repetitive Speech"
|March 15, 2012
||Chi-Ming Chen, University of Connecticut
"Cognitive function and sensory processing in schizophrenia: EEG, MRS, and TMS approaches"
|February 23, 2012
||Julie Van Dyke, Haskins Laboratories
"Reading beyond the word and back again: The next generation of reading research at Haskins"
| February 9, 2012
||Julia Irwin, Haskins Laboratories and Southern Connecticut State University
"Reading beyond the word and back again: The next generation of reading research at Haskin"s
|February 2, 2012
||Mark Tiede, Haskins Laboratories
"Noggin nodding: quantifying head movements correlated with increased difficulty in accelerating speech production tasks"
| January 26, 2012
University of Connecticut, Dept. of Communication Sciences
"Processing Based Deficits in Children with Specific Language Impairment"
|January 19, 2012
||Takayuki Ito, Haskins Laboratories
“Sensorimotor function in speech production and perception”
|January 5, 2012||Tara McAllister, Montclair State University"Preliminary comparison of spectral versus ultrasound biofeedback: Implications for the causes of residual speech errors"|
|December 8, 2011||Rachel M. Theodore (University of Connecticut, Dept. of Communication Sciences):
"Representational specificity in spoken language processing"
|December 1, 2011||Ken Pugh(Haskins Laboratories, University of Connecticut, and Yale University):
"The neurocognitive foundations of typical and atypical reading development: Contributions from Haskins scientists"
|November 17, 2011||Takemi Mochida, NTT Communication Science Labs., Japan
"Impact of self-articulatory movement on speech perception"
|November 17, 2011||Hiroaki Gomi, NTT Communication Science Labs, Japan
"Perception of self-action is violated by implicit sensorimotor process"
|November 10, 2011||
This talk is part of the Speaker Series: THE HASKINS LEGACY - The Science of the Spoken and Written Word.
|November 3, 2011||William E. Tunmer, Massey University, New Zealand, Visiting Professor in the School of Education at Harvard
"The Simple View of Reading Redux: The Dual Role of Vocabulary Knowledge in Early Literacy Development"
Supplementary reading includes two papers, which are attached:
1. William E. Tunmer and James W. Chapman. "The Simple View of Reading Redux: Vocabulary Knowledge and the Independent Components Hypothesis." (Tunmer_JLD.pdf)
2. William E. Tunmer and James W. Chapman. "Does Set for Variability Mediate the Influence of Vocabulary Knowledge on the Development of Word Recognition Skills?" (TunmerSSSR.pdf)
|October 20, 2011||Vincent Gracco (McGill University and Haskins Laboratories):
"Sensorimotor coupling for speech: A framework for development, disorders and brain-behavior relations"
|October 13, 2011||
Download supplemental reading in PDF
|September 29, 2011
||Bruno Galantucci, (Yeshiva University and
"Social Factors in the Emergence of Human Communication"
|September 22, 2011
||Len Katz, Haskins Laboratories and UConn
"Reading Research at Haskins: A Personnel History"
|September 8, 2011
MORTEN CHRISTIANSEN (Cornell University):
|September 1, 2011
||DONNA ERICKSON (Showa Music University, Kawasaki, Japan):
"Articulation (EMA) of English Rhythm: Comparison of Productions of Native and Non-Native Speakers"
(This work was supported in part by the Japanese Ministry of Education, Science, Sport, & Culture, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C) #22520412.)
|July 28, 2011
||Katrina Schleisman, Ph.D. candidate University of Minnesota, Minneapolis MN
"Antipriming Accompanies Priming of Post-Visual Word Representations: Evidence for Ongoing Adjustments to Superimposed Representations"
|July 14, 2011
||Eric VATIKIOTIS-BATESON (University of British Columbia and Haskins Laboratories):
"Coordination and timing in speech: resisting invariance"
|July 7, 2011
The Graduate Center, City University of New York
"Maturation of neural correlates of speech processing"
|June 30, 2011
||Louis Goldstein (University of Southern California and Haskins Laboratories):
"Roots and Prospects of an Articulatory Phonology"
|June 16, 2011
||Robert Remez (Barnard College and Haskins Laboratories):
"Analogy and Disanalogy in Production and Perception of Speech"
|June 2, 2011
||Jay Rueckl (University of Connecticut and Haskins Laboratories):
"Word Recognition by Skilled Readers: Insights from Computational, Behavioral, and Neuroimaging Evidence"
|May 26, 2011
||Laurie Feldman, (SUNY at Albany and Haskins Laboratories):
"Bi-alphabetism and Bilingualism as Windows on Language Processing"
|May 12, 2011
||ALEXANDRA JESSE (University of Massachusetts and Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen):
"The Benefits of Audiovisual Communication Across the Lifespan"
|May 5, 2011
||PRASANTA GHOSH (University of Southern California):
"A computational framework for exploring the role of speech production in speech recognition"
|April 14, 2011
RECENT RESEARCH FROM THE MUSIC PERCEPTION AND ACTION LABORATORY WITHIN HASKINS LABORATORIES
BRIAN FIDALI (Yale '11):
ALLEN ZHANG (Yale '11):
EVAN ZHAO (Yale '11):
|April 21, 2011
||Elliott Saltzman, Boston University and Haskins Laboratories
"Invariance and variability in sensorimotor coordination and control: A visual approach"
|April 21, 2011
||Daniel Levitin, McGill University
"This Is Your Brain on Music"
|April 7, 2011
||Bruno H. Repp, Haskins Laboratories
"Twenty-Five Years of Research on Music Perception and Action at Haskins Laboratories"
|March 24, 2011
||Christine Shadle, (Haskins Labs)
"Research on Fricatives: Haskins Laboratories' Influence"
|March 10, 2011
“Speech production research at Haskins Laboratories"
|March 3, 2011
||CHRIS BREGLER (New York University): "From eye-balls to ball-games: Next-gen motion capture for science and entertainment"|
|Feb., 10, 2011
||Peter Molfese(Haskins Laboratories):
"ERPs of children in a reading intervention"
|Jan 20, 2011
||Alison Austin(Haskins Laboratories):
"When children learn more than what they are taught: Regularization in child and adult learners
|Jan 13, 2011
*Haskins Legacy" series celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Laboratories' existence
|December 9, 2010||David Ostry (McGill University. & Haskins Labs) "Sensory Plasticity and Motor Learning"|
|November 17, 2010||Jean Vroomen (Tilburg University)|
|November 18, 2010||Donald Shankweiler (Haskins Labs)|
| November 9, 2010
||Barbara Höhle (U. Potsdam)
"Crossing the boundaries: Phonological cues to early word segmentation in German and Turkish learning infants"
|November 4, 2010
"Talking Heads: speech embodied, embedded and enactive"
|October 21, 2010
||Austin Frank(Haskins Laboratories)
"Linguistic Knowledge Includes Motor Knowledge"
|October 14, 2010
Tentative title: "Links between perception and production"
|September 30, 2010||Haskins Laboratories 75th Anniversary Series
Haskins Speech Research in New York City
|September 23, 2010||DARAGH E. SIBLEY (Haskins Laboratories):
"Impact of Dialect Knowledge on a Basic Component of Reading"
|September 16, 2010||CAROL FOWLER (Haskins Laboratories and University of Connecticut):
"Common currency in language use"
|September 9, 2010||MELVYN ROERDINK (Free University, Amsterdam):
"Sensorimotor Synchronization: Basic Research and Its Application in Gait Rehabilitation"
|July 15, 2010||Mark Antoniou, MARCS, University of Western Sidney
|July 15, 2010||Denis Burnham, MARCS, University of Western Sidney
|June 17, 2010||Mara Breen, UMass
"Stress matters: Evidence of lexical stress assignment in silent reading"
|June 3, 2010||Jonathan Preston, Haskins Laboratories
"Interventions for Speech Sound Disorders"
|May 25, 2010||
"Articulatory Characterization of Complex Consonants - Liquids and Fricatives"
|May 13, 2010||Clint Johns, Haskins Laboratories, "Do you know who that is? An ERP examination of ambiguous anaphors with real-world referents"|
|May 20, 2010||
Tamara Radtcke, U. Glasgow
"The Speech-To-Song Illusion revisited"
|May 6, 2010||Music Perception and Action research
(Yale students and faculty presenting)
|April 29, 2010||JESSE SNEDEKER (Harvard University):
"Fast, Smart, and Out of Control: The Development of Online Language Comprehension"
|April 12, 2010||SIMON D. LEVY (Washington & Lee University):
"Dynamic Cognition 2010: New Approaches to Some Tough Old Problems"
|March 25, 2010||INGE-MARIE EIGSTI (University of Connecticut): "Dynamics of Gestures in Autism"|
|March 18, 2010||YI XU (University College London):
"Cracking the Emotion Code in Human Speech" Powerpoint presentation
Presentation [Powerpoint pdf]
|March 4, 2010||PAUL MACARUSO (Community College of Rhode Island and Lexia):
"Assisting reading development by computer-aided instruction"
|February 25, 2010||LAUREL FAIS (University of British Columbia):
"Looking at looking time: Word-object association in 14-month-old infants"
|February 11, 2010||ROBERT PORT (Indiana University):
"Language as a social structure rather than a cognitive one''
|February 4, 2010||YANG LEE, Gyeongsang National University, Korea
"Phonological differentiation for assimilated transformation"
|January 21, 2010||TINE MOOSHAMMER (Haskins Laboratories)
"An Articulatory Study of Phonological Competition"
|January 7, 2010||KHALIL ISKAROUS (Haskins Laboratories)
"Perception of Articulatory Dynamics from Acoustic Signatures"
|December 10, 2009||JULIE VAN DYKE, CLINTON JOHNS, and ANUENUE KUKONA:
"Individual Differences in Sentence Comprehension: A Retrieval Interference Approach"
|November 17, 2009
||DONALD SHANKWEILER (Haskins Laboratories)
"Building the Supramodal Language Brain"
|November 12, 2009
||ROBERT FRANK (Yale University)
"Statistical learning and mental grammar: Prospects fot a new paradigm?"
|November 5, 2009
||JANA BRUNNER (MIT):
"Relationship between auditory acuity and the use of motor equivalence in production of the sibilant 'sh' "
|October 29, 2009
||VICTOR KUPERMAN (Stanford University):
"Production and Comprehension of Discontinuous Syntactic Dependences"
|October 23, 2009||Xavier Pelorson & Annemie Van Hirtusm
Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble
"Aeroacoustic Aspects of Voiced Sounds and Fricatives"
|October 15, 2009
||CLINT JOHNS (Haskins Laboratories):
"An ERP investigation of memory accessibility and coreferential processing"
|October 8, 2009
||NADINE GAAB (Harvard University):
"Neural pre-markers of developmental dyslexia in children prior to reading onset"
|October 1, 2009
||Dr. Malt Joshi, Professor of Reading/Language Arts Education, ESL, and Educational Psychology, Texas A & M, University in the College of Education and Human Development|
|September 24, 2009
||SHEILA BLUMSTEIN (Brown University):
"Neural Systems Underlying Resolution of Competition in Auditory Word Recognition and Spoken Word Production: Evidence from Lesion and Neuroimaging Investigations"
|September 17, 2009
||Susan Rvachew (McGill University):
"Phonological Processing Skills of Children with Speech Sound Disorders"
|August 6, 2009
||Chun-Hsien Hsu, New York University
"EEG studies of Chinese reading: Effects of consistency and neighborhood density"
|July 23, 2009
||Ama Steinlen, University of Kiel, Germany
"The Development of Grammatical Comprehension in Bilingual Preschool"
|July 2, 2009
||Prakash Padakannaya, University of Mysore
"Reading in Indian orthographies: behavioral and neural studies"
|June 18, 2009
||Maria Grigos, New York University
"Developmental changes in articulatory kinematics in childhood apraxia of speech"
Susie Levi, New York University
|June 16, 2009
||Jean Mary Zarate, McGill University
"Neural correlates of vocal pitch regulation in singing"
|June 16, 2009
||Cathi Best, Haskins Laboratories and University of Western Sydney
"Perceptual assimilation in the native language: Emergent word recognition across dialects"
|June 17, 2009
||Matt Huenerfauth, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science, City University of New York Queens College and Graduate Center
"Generating Animations of American Sign Language Based on Data from Native Signers"
|June 11, 2009||ANDREW WALLACE (Brown University)
"Auditory Representation of Vowel Quality"
|June 4, 2009
||Miguel Moreno (Trinity College and Haskins Laboratories):
"Phonological Constraints on Visual Word Processing in Korean"
|May 28, 2009
||SUE FELSENFELD (Southern Connecticut State University):
"Stuttering, Nonfluency, and Attention: What Twins Can Tell Us About These Relationships
|May 27, 2009
||Silvia Gennari (The University of York):
"Representing actions through language"
|May 27, 2009
||Gerry Altmann (The University of York):
"Keeping (eye)track(s) of multiple worlds"
|May 21, 2009
|SHELLEY VELLEMAN (University of Massachusetts):
"Speech Characteristics of Children with DUP7 syndrome versus Williams syndrome"
|May 14, 2009||MONIKA MOLNAR (McGill University):
"The more you hear, the more you know: Vowel perception in simultaneous bilingual and monolingual speakers of English and French"
|May 7, 2009
||Recent Research from the Music Perception Laboratory
Keturah Bixby: "Note Spacing and Tempo Choice In Piano Performance"
Robert Goehrke: "Notation Context, and Envelope Effects in the Tritone Paradox"
Susan Steinman: "Simultaneous Discrete and Emergent Timing"
|April 30, 2009
||KATHERINE DEMUTH (Brown University)
"Investigating the development of phonological and morphological representations"
|April 16, 2009
||SUSAN LAMBRECHT SMITH (University of Maine):
"A Longitudinal Exploration of Speech Production in Children with Dyslexia"
|March 23, 2009||AYUMI SEKI (Tottori University, Japan)
"Neuroimaging Studies of Reading and Language Processing in Japanese"
|March 19, 2009
||CAROL WHITNEY (University of Maryland):
"Normal Orthographic Analysis Requires Abnormal Visual Object Processing"
|March 19, 2009
||JOHN HOGDEN (Los Alamos National Laboratory):
"A Blind Algorithm for Recovering Articulator Positions from Acoustics
|March 12, 2009
||Frederick Morrison, (University of Michigan)
"Instructional Influence on Growth of Eary Literacy: The Case for Individualization"
|March 5, 2009
||RICHARD McGOWAN (CReSS LLC)
"Some Speech Disorders in School-Aged Children Originate as Normal Behavior" (Download Power Point Presentation)
March 5, 2009
|DON COMPTON, LYNNE FUCHS, and DOUG FUCHS (Vanderbilt University):
"Responsiveness-to-Instructions: Exploring Assumptions about Screening, Interventions, and Definitions of Reading Disability"
|March 4, 2009||WENDY SANDLER (University of Haifa):
"The Kernels of Phonology in a New Sign Language"
|February 26, 2009
||David OSTRY (McGill University and Haskins Laboratories):
"Sensory Plasticity and Motor Learning"
|January 22, 2009
||HEMANT TAGARE (Yale University): "Image Analysis: Solutions and Challenges"|
|January 8, 2009
||YANG LEE (Gyeongsang National University, Korea, and University of Connecticut):
"The intrusion of phonology and semantics across two languages: Korean and Chinese"
|December 4, 2008
||JASON SHAW and ADAMANTIOS GAFOS (New York University):
"Revisiting the Relation between Linguistic Structure and Temporal Stability"
|November 20, 2008
||MICHAEL COE (Charles J. MacCurdy Professor of Anthropology Emeritus, Yale University, and Curator Emeritus of the Anthropology collection in the Peabody Museum of Natural History): "How the Ancient Maya Wrote"|
|November 6, 2008
||LASSE BOMBIEN (University of Munich)
"Intrinsic and Prosodic Effects on Articulatory Coordination in Initial Consonant Clusters." (download pdf)
Download the Presentation in pdf format
|October 23, 2008
||BARBARA JUHASZ (Wesleyan University)
"Investigations into Meaning: Age-of-Acquisition Effects and Sensory Experiences with Words"
|October 9, 2008
||JONATHAN PRESTON (Haskins Laboratories): |
"Phonological processing and speech production in children with speech sound disorders"
|October 2, 2008
NIKKI DAVIS (Vanderbilt University)|
"Neuroimaging Correlates of Simple Arithmetic Processing in Children"
|September 25, 2008
MICHAEL GROSVALD (University of California, Davis)
"An Investigation of Long-Distance Coarticulation in American Sign Language"
|August 7, 2008
||DAN MIRMAN (University of Connecticut):
"The Nature of Spoken Language Impairments in Aphasia"
|July 31, 2008
||F.-XAVIER ALARIO (CNRS & Universitè de Provence, Marseille):
"Cross-Linguistic Investigation of Determiner Production"
|July 24, 2008
||BRUNO GALANTUCCI (Yeshiva University and Haskins Laboratories). "Links between perception and production: old and new perspectives."|
|July 17, 2008
||ANJANA BHAT (University of Connecticut):
"Early markers for developmental delays in young infants"
|June 4, 2008||Dragh Sibley, George Mason University
"Large-scale modeling of single word reading and recognition".
| July 7, 2008
||Brian Byrne, University of New England, Australia, "Early literacy development: Tracking the influences of genes, homes, teachers, schools and countries"|
|May 8, 2008
||Maria Piñango, Yale University Linguistics
Broca's Agrammatism: Production, Comprehension and the
Architecture of Language
|May 1, 2008
||Ken Pugh, Haskins Laboratories
Town Meeting, Agenda [PDF]
|April 17, 2008
||JOSHUA J. DIEHL, Yale Child Study Center and Haskins Laboratories
More than words: Prosody processing in high-functioning autism
|April 10, 2008
Three Yale seniors will report research they have done at Haskins Laboratories in collaboration with Bruno Repp.
|April 3, 2008
||HOLLY FITCH, University of Connecticut, "Animal models of early cortical disruption: possible relevance tso higher-order functional disruptions in humans"|
March 27, 2008
|Ken McRae, University of Western Ontario
"Testing An Attractor Network Model of Word Meaning"
March 28, 4:00PM
University of Western Ontario
|February 28, 2008||LUCA ONNIS (Cornell University)
Variation Sets Facilitate Artificial language Learning
|February 21, 2008||SUZANNE BOYCE (University of Cincinnati)
Changes in Speech Clarity due to Sleep Deprivation
|February 14, 2008||HUA SHU (Beijing Normal University)
An update on reading research in China: Tracking reading development and reading disability
|January 31, 2008||Athena Vouloumanos (New York University):
"Speech as signal for infants"
|November 1, 2007||Elliot Saltzman, Hosung Nam, and Louis Goldstein, Haskins Laboratories. (Title to be announced).|
|November 15, 2007||Haskins Tech Update. Richard Crane and staff|
|October 11, 2007
||Tim Saltuklaroglu (University of Tennessee),
Vijaya Guntupalli (East Tennessee State U.), and
Joseph Kalinowski (East Carolina University):
|October 7, 2007||"A double-edged sword: Producing repetitions and prolongations inhibits stuttering and propagates emotional arousal via the mirror system"|
|October 4, 2007||Haskins Internal Workshop: Speech Production / Motor Control Group|
|September 27, 2007
||Patrice Beddor, University of Michigan. "The phonetics and phonology of nasal gestures" (PowerPoint presentation)|
|September 20, 2007
||Karen Livescu, MIT. "Factoring Speech into Linguistic Features"|
|June 28, 2007
||Dennis Molfese, University of Louisville. ERPs and Reading Ability.|
|June 15, 2007||Piers Messum, University College London.|
|June 14, 2007||David Isenberg, Principal Prosultant (sm) of isen.com, LLC. "How one Haskins Post-Doc Learned Phonetics, Got Stupid and Got a Life."|
|June 7, 2007
||Jeffrey Runner, University of Rochester. "Structural constraints on the interpretation of elided anaphors."|
|April 27, 2007
||Hua Shu (Beijing Normal University). "Reading development in Chinese: An update on behavioral and neurobiological findings"|
|April 19, 2007
||Georgije Lukatela (Belgrade, Serbia). "Bi-alphabetical Perceptual Identification: Phonological Mediation in Implicit Memory Priming"|
|March 29, 2007
||Khalil Iskarous, Haskins Laboratories. "Recovering Place of Articulation from the Speech Signal"|
|March 8, 2007
||Robert E. Remez, Barnard College, Columbia University. "The sound of your 'Hello!' The role of phonetic sensitivity in the perceptual identification of talkers."|
|March 8, 2007
||Dominic Massaro, University of California, Santa Cruz. "Talking Faces: Technology, Research, and Applications."|
|March 1, 2007
||Leo Blomert, University of Maastricht, The Netherlands. "At the Roots of Literacy: fMRI and ERP Studies of Grapheme-Phoneme Integration."|
|February 22, 2007
||Takayuki Ito, Haskins Laboratories. "Contributions of Cutaneous Afferent Information in Speech."|
|February 15, 2007
||Dan Mirman, University of Connecticut and Haskins Laboratories. "Interactive Processing in Speech Comprehension."|
|December 7, 2006
||Michael Goldstein. Cornell University.
"Learning by Babbling: Social Mechanisms of Prelinguistic Vocal Development."
|November 30, 2006
||Jeremy Skipper. Rutgers University, Newark.
"Hearing lips and seeing voices: How cortical areas supporting speech production mediate audiovisual speech perception."
|November 16, 2006
|November 9, 2006
||Gerald McRoberts. Haskins Laboratories.
"Infants' Perception of Repeated Patterns in Speech and the Discovery of Language Structure"
|November 2, 2006
||Reiner Wilhelms-Tricarico. From Muscle Models to Tongue Models.
(Presentation in PDF format.)
|October 26, 2006
Len Katz. Two statistical issues journal editors are concerned about:
|October 19, 2006
Fermin Moscoso Del Prado Martin. MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge, UK. A sketch of an information-theoretical approach to lexical processing.
|September 15, 2006
||Bernd J. Kröger, University of Aachen. Modeling sensory-to-motor mappings using neural nets and a 3D articulatory speech synthesizer.|
|June 29, 2006
||Douglas Whalen — Progress Report on Project 2 of the A-40 Grant: Neurobiological Foundations of Speech|
|June 22, 2006
||Iris Berent — What we know about what we have never heard: Evidence from Perceptual illusions Abstract|
|June 15, 2006
||David Braze — Skill-related Differences in the Online Reading Behavior of Young Adults|
|June 1, 2006
||Anna Barney (University of Southampton)—
The Effect of Glottal Opening on the Acoustic Response of the Vocal Tract.
|May 25, 2006
||Carol Fowler will provide a Progress Report on Project 1 of the A40 Grant: Developing the Theory
of Phonological Practice
|May 18, 2006
||Michael Turvey - Progress Report on Project 6 of the A40 Grant: Rapid Componential Processing in Visual Word Identification at Phonological and Morphological Levels|
|May 11, 2006
||Elana Golumbic (Hebrew University) - Oscillatory neural activity - a window into higher cognitive processes? Evidence from face perception and word recognition|
|May 4, 2006||Ken Pugh—Progress Report on A40 Project 4: Neurobiological Mechanisms for Word Recognition|
|April 27, 2006||Derek Lyons
Illusions of Causality: An Exploration of the Overimitation Effect
|April 6, 2006||Haskins Discovery Day
Five-minute presentations on discoveries made in the new building were presented by Doug Whalen, Bruno Repp, Gaurav Mathur, Martha Tyrone, Diane Lillo-Martin, Julia Irwin, Gerry McRoberts, Dave Braze, Mark Tiede, Laura Koenig, Jay Rueckl, Laurie Feldman, Michael Turvey, and Einar Mencl. Afterwards there was a celebration of the funding of A75, A93 and A108
|March 30, 2006||Aby Cohn, Cornell University Linguistics Department. "Levels of abstractness in phonology and the lexicon: evidence from English homophones"|
|March 23, 2006||Susan Nittrouer, Ohio State University
"Discovering the Linguistically Relevant Structure of the Speech Signal: What Hearing and Deaf Children Must Do and How They Do It"
|March 16, 2006||Anders Löfqvist|
|February 23, 2006||Jay Dixon|
|February 2, 2006||Keith R. Kluender|