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.
Cortico-cerebellar Networks Drive Sensorimotor Learning in Speech.
Lametti DR. et al, (2018), J Cogn Neurosci, 30, 540 - 551
The hearing ear is always found close to the speaking tongue: Review of the role of the motor system in speech perception.
Skipper JI. et al, (2017), Brain Lang, 164, 77 - 105
Cerebellar tDCS dissociates the timing of perceptual decisions from perceptual change in speech.
Lametti DR. et al, (2016), J Neurophysiol, 116, 2023 - 2032
Cognitive Neuroscience: The Neural Basis of Motor Learning by Observing.
Lametti DR. and Watkins KE., (2016), Curr Biol, 26, R288 - R290
Plasticity in the human speech motor system drives changes in speech perception.
Lametti DR. et al, (2014), J Neurosci, 34, 10339 - 10346