Emma Baumgardt, and undergraduate research assistant in the BLAB lab, is presenting her work on a new online speech perception study at UW-Madison’s Undergraduate Research Symposium. The impact of sensorimotor adaptation on speech intelligibility In …
“Effects of syllable stress in adaptation to altered auditory feedback in vowels” (Bakst & Niziolek, 2021)
BLAB postdoc, Sarah Bakst, received an award for having the best talk in the postdoctoral poster blitz session at the Association for Research in Otolaryngology 2020 MidWinter Meeting.
BLAB postdoctoral researcher, Dr. Sarah Bakst, has received the Travel Award for the Association for Research in Otolaryngology’s 2020 MidWinter Meeting.
BLAB research assistant, Dominick Battistini, presented a poster on our fMRI study looking at speaking-induced suppression in the auditory cortex for his biology course.
Dr. Niziolek and Dr. Bakst both present recent research findings at the Acoustical Society of America’s 178th meeting in San Diego.
BLAB Lab Principal Investigator, Dr. Carrie Niziolek gives keynote speech regarding the contextual modulation of voices at the UCL Voice Diversity Conference in London.
Dr. Sarah Bakst gives talk titled: How many targets does [ə] have? An altered auditory feedback study at MidPhon’s 24th Annual Conference.
Visiting BLAB researcher, Andreas Endresen, presents his summer research project at the final SIGNALS symposium.
BLAB Lab’s postdoctoral researcher, Sarah Bakst, receives the F32 individual fellowship from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).