Kevin Roon, Ph.D.
Ph.D. New York University 2013
MA Middlebury College 1991
AB Dartmouth College 1990
I am interested in how ultrasound feedback can be used to aid in the acquisition of non-native language sounds, both in speechnd in singing. As well as this work, my research interests include the process of phonological planning in speech production, the links between speech perception and production, and the nature of phonological representation. I also have a longstanding interest in Russian phonetics and phonology.
Kevin D. Roon and Adamantios I. Gafos. 2015. Perceptuo-motor effects of response-distractor compatibility in speech: beyond phonemic identity. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 22(1), 242-250.
Petroula Mousikou, Kevin D. Roon, and Kathleen Rastle. 2015. Masked primes activate feature representations in reading aloud. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 41(3), 636-649.
Maria Gouskova and Kevin Roon. 2013. Gradient clash, faithfulness, and sonority sequencing effects in Russian compound stress. Laboratory Phonology 4(2), 383-434.
NIH Grant DC 002717 (A93)