Collaborations

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Prof. Dr. Lucie Ménard

Laboratoire de phonétique, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada

Project:
DFG Grant No. 255676067: Understanding spoken language organization in the first decade of life 

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Prof. Dr. Barbara Höhle

BabyLab, University of Potsdam, Germany

Marie Curie ITN "PredictAble"

 The network studies the cognitive mechanisms that underlie typical and atypical development of spoken and written language taking a cross-linguistic perspective with a unique and novel combination of cutting-edge approaches and techniques for studying mono- and bilingual children.


Dr. Mark Tiede

Haskins Laboratories, New Haven, USA

Projects:
DFG Grant No. 1098/1-1: Methodologies for investigating the development of coarticulation in children
DFG Grant No. 255676067: Understanding spoken language organization in the first decade of life 

 

Prof. Dr. Ken Pugh

Haskins Laboratories, New Haven, USA

Project:
Marie Curie ITN "PredictAble": Relations between spoken language and reading acquisition in children with or without risk for dyslexia.

 


Dr. Khalil Iskarous 

University of Southern California, Haskins Laboratories, New Haven, USA

Project:

DFG Grant No. 255676067: Understanding spoken language organization in the first decade of life 
Modelling coarticulation in adults and children using TaDA


Prof. Dr. Christine Mooshammer

Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany
Haskins Laboratories, New Haven, USA

Projects:
Phonological competition in English children
The effect of structural, frequency, and probabilistic characteristics on preschoolers’ speech planning
The effect of syllabic structure in speech planning and production in English children.