- Communication & Cognition Research Group (Dr. Riikka Mottonen) Research Group
- Speech & Brain Research Group (Prof. Kate Watkins) Research Group
British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow
- Junior Research Fellow, Corpus Christi College
I use psychophysics and noninvasive brain stimulation to study the neural basis of speech and language. I am particularly interested in how the brain learns to perceive and produce new speech sounds.
Before joining the Department of Experimental Psychology at Oxford, I completed a PhD in Psychology at McGill University and a BSc in Physics, Math and Psychology at Bishop's University.
Plasticity in the human speech motor system drives changes in speech perception.
Lametti DR. et al, (2014), J Neurosci, 34, 10339 - 10346
Brief periods of auditory perceptual training can determine the sensory targets of speech motor learning.
Lametti DR. et al, (2014), Psychol Sci, 25, 1325 - 1336
Sensory preference in speech production revealed by simultaneous alteration of auditory and somatosensory feedback.
Lametti DR. et al, (2012), J Neurosci, 32, 9351 - 9358
Postural constraints on movement variability.
Lametti DR. and Ostry DJ., (2010), J Neurophysiol, 104, 1061 - 1067
Impedance control and its relation to precision in orofacial movement.
Laboissière R. et al, (2009), J Neurophysiol, 102, 523 - 531