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Perception, Contrôle, Multimodalité et Dynamiques de la parole
Team manager : Coriandre VILAIN    Maeva GARNIER

The aim of the Speech Perception Control Multimodality and Dynamics research team is to study the cognitive underpinnings of spoken communication: encoding and decoding (production, perception) functioning, their setting-up in the development of the individual or the species, their interaction in communication, their role in the structuring of speech units.

 

Key-words: speech perception, speech production, interaction, adaptability, neurophonetics, cortical architectures, multisensoriality, audiovisual speech, haptics, binding, gestuality, acquisition, morphogenesis, phylogenesis, clinical issues.

 

 



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AnnonceGoogle Duplex : l'illusion d'humanité. Magazine Cerveau & Psycho

Si l’interface vocale Google Duplex est une indéniable réussite technologique et un joyau de l’intelligence artificielle, elle n’a rien saisi du langage lui-même ni de l’humanité de nos voix. Contribution de Jean-Luc SCHWARTZ (équipe PCMD) pour le magazine Cerveau & Psycho.

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Last publications of team

Temporal factors in cochlea-scaled entropy and intensity-based intelligibility predictions

Vincent Aubanel, Martin Cooke, Chris Davis, Jeesun Kim. Temporal factors in cochlea-scaled entropy and intensity-based intelligibility predictions. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Acoustical Society of America, 2018, 143 (6), pp.EL443 - EL448. 〈10.1121/1.5041468〉. 〈hal-01811565〉

Automatic segmentation of speech articulators from real-time midsagittal MRI based on supervised learning

Mathieu Labrunie, Pierre Badin, Dirk Voit, Arun Joseph, Jens Frahm, et al.. Automatic segmentation of speech articulators from real-time midsagittal MRI based on supervised learning. Speech Communication, Elsevier : North-Holland, 2018, 99, pp.27 - 46. 〈10.1016/j.specom.2018.02.004〉. 〈hal-01758873〉

Does the Visual Channel Improve the Perception of Consonants Produced by Speakers of French With Down Syndrome?

Alexandre Hennequin, Amélie Rochet-Capellan, Silvain Gerber, Marion Dohen. Does the Visual Channel Improve the Perception of Consonants Produced by Speakers of French With Down Syndrome?. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2018, 61 (4), 〈10.1044/2017_JSLHR-H-17-0112〉. 〈hal-01784492〉


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