"Speech and hearing disorders"
Summer symposium of the NVFW -
Dutch Society for Phonetic Sciences 2005

June 10, 2005, Max Planck Institute (MPI), Nijmegen, http://www.mpi.nl

Organized by the Dutch Society for Phonetic Sciences (NVFW) http://www.fon.hum.uva.nl/FonetischeVereniging
co-funded by the Centre for Psycholinguistics (CPL), University of Antwerp, Belgium http://www.cpl.ua.ac.be


 


PROGRAM

Program in printer-friendly PDF-format

9.0O 9.30:

 Welcome coffee & tea
 

PART 1. ASPECTS OF PATHOLOGICAL SPEECH PRODUCTION AND PERCEPTION
 

9.30 10.00: Modeling stuttering
Pete Howell, Psychology Department, University College London
 
10.00 10.30: Transcriptions of pathological speech in children
Patricia Gulpen, Ben Maassen,and Lian Nijland
Paediatric Neurology, Medical Psychology; Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Center
 
10.30 11.00: Auditory word recognition in aphasia: lexical activation and competition
Esther Janse, Utrecht institute of Linguistics, OTS
 
11.0O 11.30:

Coffee & tea
 

11.30 12.00: Voice and speech outcome in relation to quality of life in head and neck cancer patients
Irma Verdonck, VU University Medical Center, Department of Otolaryngology
 
12.00 12.30: The Intelligibility of Tracheoesophageal Speech, first results of a pilot study
Petra Jongmans,, Frans Hilgers, Louis Pols, Corina van As
ACLC, UvA and, AvL hospital, Netherland Cancer Institute, Amsterdam
 
12.30 13.00:

Meeting of the NVFW members
 

13.OO-14.00:

Lunch
 

PART 2. HEARING DISORDERS AND SPEAKING AIDS
 

14.00 14.30:

The perceptual organisation of language in the first year following cochlear implantation
Ellen Gerrits, Maastricht University
 

14.30 15.00:

Language development in young children after cochlear implantation
Margreet Langereis, Viataal St. Michielsgestel & E.M.A. van Knegsel, UMCN St Radboud, Nijmegen
 

15.00 15.30: Probing the interactive relationship between tone production and tone perception in Cantonese-speaking implant users
Johanna Barry, Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford
 
15.3O 16.00:

Coffee & tea
 

16.00 16.30: Phonological characteristics in the speech productions of young children after cochlear imlantation
Mieke Beers, Leiden Univ. Medical Ctr.
 
16.30 17.00: Perception of electrical auditory stimulation
Astrid van Wieringen1, Robert P. Carlyon2 , Olivier Macherey1, Jan Wouters1
1Lab. Exp. ORL, KULeuven, Leuven, Belgium; 2 MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge, UK
 
17.00: Drinks

 


MORE INFORMATION:
For more information about the program or the location of the workshop,please check out the website. You can also download the program and the abstracts of the papers. For any further questions do not hesitate to contact astrid.geudens@ua.ac.be. Entrance is free. No registration is required.

 

 


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