Category Archives: Participant Weekly Blog Post

Praat: How to measure duration, pitch and intensity of a speech sample.

I was introduced to Praat last year for another project I was a part of. We were using this software to measure the latencies in between responses for a Verbal Fluency task. Praat is essentially a phonetic software that allows its … Continue reading

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Protected: Languages are Not Dead, Just Sleeping

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Protected: Language Preservation

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Protected: Super late December blog post about an academic talk that I attended!

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Phonoaesthetics

In her article, “Why we like some words more than others,” Carmen Álvarez-Mayo discusses the idea of words that are “phonoaesthetically pleasing,” which is something I have always found intriguing. Naturally, everyone has a preference in the words they like … Continue reading

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Protected: The Association Between Hearing Loss and Cognitive Decline

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Protected: A Cry for Help, Climate Change Disrupting More Than the Temperature

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Protected: Research update

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Protected: Summary of “Children with Dyslexia are Slow to Articulate a Single Speech Gesture”

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Article Summary: “Semantic and Letter Fluency in Spanish-English Bilinguals” by Gollan T., Montoya R. and Werner G. (2002)

Introduction In this article researchers posed the question: How does cross linguistic interference affect the performance of bilinguals in a verbal fluency task?. The verbal fluency task is a behavioral measure, during this task participants are asked to produce as … Continue reading

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Protected: Sign Language for All

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Protected: Project update: November 2018

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Protected: The reality of Language Learning

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Protected: Communication in Medicine

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Protected: Does being bilingual give you an advantage?

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