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News from DENDY

  • DENDY welcomes three new members :

    • Lucie Métral: PhD student.
      Topic: Role of baby sign in language development in children (supervisor: S. Kern)
    • Tzuyi Tseng: PhD student.
      Topic: Role of the motor system in the learning of phonemes in a foreign language (supervisors: A.C. Roy & V. Boulenger)
    • Aude Noiray: Post-doc (and resident at Collegium of Lyon).
      Topic: Language acquisition, speech motor control.
      October 2021 - May 2022.

  • Two research projects have received funding from the ANR !

    • ANR JC PER2PROD: Watch me talk, and learn: Characterizing the development of neuronal operations underlying the co-learning of speech perception and production. (2021-2025)
      PI: Sophie Bouton.

    • ANR PRC SCREAM: Human non-verbal vocalizations: the missing link. (2021-2025)
      PI: David Reby (ENES, CRNL/Univ. Saint-Etienne) & Kasia Pisanski.

Events 2021-2022

  • Workshop on Bilingualism and linguistic biography. January 14, 2022, Lyon.
    Co-organized by A. Witko, C. Cohen & A. Ghimenton.

Article de revues


Development of revision and drafting in narrative and expository texts written by French children and adolescents

Ailhaud, E., Chenu, F. & Jisa, H.

Journal for the Study of Education and Development



Simplification of syllable structure in childhood apraxia of speech: a 2-year follow-up French case study

Canault, M., Thai Van, H., LeNormand, M.T.

Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics



Neural oscillations track natural but not artificial fast speech: Novel insights from speech-brain coupling using MEG

Hincapié-Casas, A. & Lajnef, T., Pascarella, A., Guiraud, H., Laaksonen, H., Bayle, D., Jerbi, K., Boulenger, V.



En savoir plus : https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2021.118577


Efficacy in deceptive vocal exaggeration of human body size

Pisanski, K., Reby, D.

Nature Communications


En savoir plus : doi.org/10.1038/s41467-021-21008-7 Nature Ecology & Evolution: Behind the Paper


Human voice pitch measures are robust across a variety of speech recordings: methodological and theoretical implications

Pisanski, K., Groyecka-Bernard, A., Sorokowski, P.

Biology Letters



Learning to read interacts with children’s spoken language fluency.

Popescu, A., Noiray, A.

Journal of Language, Learning and Development


En savoir plus : webpage


Tool use and language share syntactic processes and neural patterns in the basal ganglia

Thibault, S., Py, R., Gervasi, A., Lövden, M., Boulenger, V., Roy, A., Brozzoli, C.



En savoir plus : DOI: 10.1126/science.abe0874


Feeling better: tactile verbs speed up tactile detection

Boulenger, V., Martel, M., Bouvet, C., Finos, L., Krzonowski, J., Farnè, A., Roy, A.

Brain and Cognition


En savoir plus : https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bandc.2020.105582


Audio-visual combination of syllables involves time- sensitive dynamics following from fusion failure

Bouton, S., Delgado-Saa, J., Olasagasti, I., Giraud, A.L.

Scientific Report



Syllable duration changes during babbling: a longitudinal study of French infant productions

Canault, M., Yamaguchi, N., Paillereau, N., Krzonowski, J., Roy, J.P., Dos Santos, C., Kern, S.

Journal of Child Language



Socio-pragmatic and interactional benefits when growing up with a minority language in the input. A case-study conducted in Veneto (Italy). B

Ghimenton, A.




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