Aude Noiray, Ph.D.
My current research interest focuses on the development of language production in children as compared with adults. To reach this goal, I employ various behavioral, acoustic and articulatory methods.
In current projects, I am investigating the maturation of speech motor control together with phonological & lexical developments in typically developing German children (DFG grant) as well as children at risk for reading disability (Marie Curie grant).
Other domains of interests regard 1) the link between spoken language & reading acquisition, 2) speech planning both in adults and children 3) the relation between speech production & perception and how this relation develops with age.
For more details on our current projects, please visit LOLA
Rubertus, E. & Noiray, A. (2018). On the development of gestural organization: A cross-sectional study of vowel-to-vowel anticipatory coarticulation. PLOS One. DOI.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0203562
Noiray, A., Abakarova, D., Rubertus, E., Krüger, S., & Tiede, M (2018). How children organise their speech in the first years of life? Insight from ultrasound imaging. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, (61), 1355-1368. DOI:10.1044/2018_JSLHR-S-17-0148.
Abakarova, D., Noiray, A, & Iskarous, K. (2018). Quantifying lingual coarticulation in German using Mutual Information: an ultrasound study. Journal of Acoustical Society of America.
Noiray, A., Iskarous, K., Whalen, D.H., (2014) Variability in English vowels is comparable in articulation and acoustics. De Gruyter Mouton, Laboratory Phonolohy 2014; 5(2) pp.271-288.
Noiray A., Ménard L., & Iskarous K. (2013). The Development of Motor Synergies in Children: Ultrasound and Acoustic Measurements. Journal of Acoustical Society of America, 133(1) p.444-452.
Noiray A., Cathiard M.-A., Ménard, L., & Abry C. (2011) Test of the Movement Expansion Model: Anticipatory vowel lip protrusion and constriction in French and English speakers. Journal of Acoustical Society of America, 129(1), 340-349.