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RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Ongoing projects

The role of phrase final lengthening in speech parsing and its interaction with stress-timed, syllable-timed, and mora-timed language structure.

Funding: Insight development grant, SSHRC

Role: Co-principal investigator with S. Baum

Phonetic processing in bilingualism

Role: In collaboration with S. Baum

Use of L1 and L2 prosodic cues in ambiguous L2 word segmentation

Part of the Montreal Bilingual Brain Initiative

Role: Co-author, in collaboration with S. Baum

Contraintes neurocognitives à l'origine des groupements rythmiques de la parole: étude de la planification de la parole en temps réel.

Role: Principal investigator, in collaboration with D. Titone

The effect of individual differences and lexical quality on the acoustic realization of voice onset times in bilingual speech: younger and older adult data.

Role: Co-author, in collaboration with D. Titone et I. Pivneva

Consulting Work

Neural oscillations and verbal memory: A new approach to the electroencephalography of language processes and disorders.

 

Laboratoire de Sciences Phonétiques and

Laboratoire de Recherche en Neurosciences et Électrophysiologie Cognitive, Centre de recherche Fernand-Séguin, Université de Montréal. 2013 – 2017.

Research Assistantships (selection)

A rationale of the role of prosodic structures in speech

Laboratoire de sciences phonétiques, Université de Montréal, 2007 – 2010.

  • Created stimuli

  • Tested participants

  • Analysed data

 

Dépistage de la fatigue vocale en milieux scolaires et effets du bruit sur la communication orale des enfants et des adultes

Laboratoire de sciences phonétiques, Université de Montréal, 2003 – 2006.

  • Tested participants.

  • Helped design electromyographic data analyses using harmonic regression.

 

The function of rhythm in immediate memory for speech sounds

Laboratoire de sciences phonétiques, Université de Montréal, 2003 – 2006.

  • Created stimuli.

  • Tested participants.

  • Analyzed electromyographic and kinematic data.

TECHNICAL SKILLS

Software

- Acoustical analyses:

  Praat, MultiSpeech, WinPitchPro.

 

- Electrophysiological signal analysis:

  Matlab toolboxes: EEGLab, FieldTrip, RIDE;

  BrainVision Analyzer2, BioProc, EEProbe, Cognitrace.

 

- Acoustic stimuli creation:

  Matlab toolboxe: TandemStraight; Goldwave, Praat.

- Stimuli presentation
  E-Prime, Inquisit, Experiment Builder.

- Statistics and graphics:

  R, SPSS, R, Illustrator, Grapher.

Techniques

 

- Electroencephalography (EEG): active or passive electrodes, signal analysis.


- Electromyography (EMG): mono or bipolar surface electrodes, signal analysis.

 

Articulatory kinematics: measurement of lip and jaw displacement using strain gauges, measurement of lip compression, electromagnetic articulography, data processing and analysis.

 

Articulatory aerodynamics: measurement of intra-oral pressure and data analysis, pneumotachography, abdominal plethysmography (breathing).

 

Electroglottography (EGG): installation of electrodes, data collection and analysis.

 

Controlled audio recording: prosodic entrainment technique.

 

-Audiometric Hearing Level screening (ANSI)

 

- Basic eye-tracking (visual world paradigms)

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Lectureships

LSV716 : Phonétique et phonologie (Original design)

Département des lettres et communications, Université de Sherbrooke.

Course offered every other year.

Fall 2015, Summer 2018, Winter 2020.

 

  • Designed course outline and materials.

  • Created evaluations.

 

LNG1400 : Notions de phonétique et de phonologie (Original design)

Département de linguistique et de traduction, Université de Montréal.

Fall, 2006 – 2011.

 

  • Designed course outline and materials.

  • Created evaluations.

  • Supervised teaching assistants.

  • Dealt with special cases (plagiarism, religious accommodations, students with special needs).

 

LNG2400 : Phonétique instrumentale du français

Département de linguistique et de traduction, Université de Montréal.

Winter 2011.

  • Created evaluations.

  • Supervised teaching assistants in laboratory exercises.

Student Supervision

Undergraduate students

- Under the supervision of Dr. D. Titone,

Language and Multilingualism Laboratory, McGil University. 2012 – 2016.

- Under the supervision of Dr. S. Baum,

Neurolinguistics Laboratory, McGill University.

2017 – ongoing

  • Help student in designing acoustic stimuli.

  • Train student on testing participants.

  • Supervise data analyses.

Graduate students

- Under the supervision of Dr. D. Titone,

Language and Multilingualism Laboratory, McGil University. 2015 – 2016.

- Under the supervision of Dr. S. Baum,

Neurolinguistics Laboratory, McGill University.

2015 – ongoing

  • Helped with experiment design and data analysis

Laboratory Supervision

LNG3560 : Phonétique : théorie et description

Département de linguistique et de traduction, Université de Montréal.

Fall semesters, 2007 – 2013.

  • Assisted students in designing their experiments.

  • Trained student on testing participants.

  • Supervised data analyses and statistical-test design.

Teaching Assistantships

LNG2400 : Phonétique instrumentale du français

Département de linguistique et de traduction, Université de Montréal.

Winter semesters, 2003 – 2006.

 

  • Supervised acoustical analyses laboratory sessions.

  • Offered office hours for students with specific questions.

  • Graded evaluations.

 

LNG1400 : Notions de phonétique et de phonologie

Département de linguistique et de traduction, Université de Montréal.

Fall semesters, 2004 – 2005.

 

  • Animated in-class exercises.

  • Offered office hours for students with specific questions.

  • Graded evaluations.

LNG2960 : Phonétique expérimentale 2

Département de linguistique et de traduction, Université de Montréal.

Fall semester, 2002.

 

  • Supervised acoustical analyses laboratory sessions.

  • Graded evaluations.

 

French monitor, (Odyssey program),

École Jours de Plaine / Polyvalente Daniel Lavoie, Division Scolaire Franco-Manitobaine, Laurier, Manitoba.

1999 – 2000.

 

  • Animated in-class exercises.

  • Provided one on one help for students with special needs.

  • Supervised student radio.

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