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. I am particularly interested in multimodal speech perception in people with hearing impairment, cued speech, sign language, speech in noise perception, categorical perception and auditory training. Part of my research is also devoted to developmental language disorders, speech sound disorders (particularly in multilingual conditions) and overt as well as covert stuttering. As gender issues are of particular importance to me, I am also very happy to collaborate with colleagues in the Center for Social and Cultural Psychology on sexual objectification. I have a permanent professorship position since 2006. I teach mainly in the speech and language therapy department that I am currently coordinating.
- Multimodal language perception, hearing and language disabilities
- Reading: acquisition and disorders
- Speech in noise perception