Schiller Isabel

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My doctoral research activities focus on the impact of background noise and impaired speaker’s voice on spoken language processing skills in 5-6 year-old children. My research is conducted in collaboration with Dominique Morsomme (pole Psychopathologie cognitive and UR Equale) and Angélique Remacle. The goals of my psycholinguistic research activities are :

  • To investigate the influence of background noise and impaired voice on children’s speech perception.
  • To investigate the influence of background noise and impaired voice on children’s sentence comprehension abilities.