After a PhD on audiovisual interactions in speech (McGurk effect) and in spatial scene analysis (ventriloquist effect), I focused my researches on speech perception in typical and atypical conditions, using neurophysiology as a main tool. I am particularly interested in categorical perception and auditory training, audiovisual speech perception in people benefitting from a cochlear implant, cued speech, sign language, speech in noise perception as well as dyslexia. More recently, part of my research has also been devoted to executive functions in ADHD. I have a permanent professorship position since 2006 and I teach mainly psychophysiology and neurophysiology of speech perception.
- Multimodal language perception, hearing and language disabilities
- Reading: acquisition and disorders
- Speech in noise perception