News and latest publications

News (last 12 months)

  • Tanja ATANASOVA successfully defended her PhD thesis entitled:   The development of single word production through adolescence (FPSE-CIN, UNIGE, 16.12.2022).

Latest publications (last 12 months)

  •  Lancheros, M.,  Friedriechs, D., & Laganaro, M. (2023). What do differences between alternating and sequential diadochokinetic tasks tell us about the speech motor control system? An insight from childhood to adulthood. Brain Sciences. in press.

  • Ménétré, E., & Laganaro, M. (2023). The temporal dynamics of the Stroop effect from childhood to young and older adulthood. PloS one, 18(3), e0256003.

  • Python, G., Demierre, C., Bourqui, M., Bourbon, A., Chardenon, E., Trouville, R., ... & Fougeron, C. (2023). Comparison of In-Person and Online Recordings in the Clinical Teleassessment of Speech Production: A Pilot Study. Brain Sciences, 13(2), 342.

  • Fougeron, C., Kodrasi, I., Laganaro, M. (2022). Differentiation of Motor Speech Disorders through the Seven Deviance Scores from MonPaGe-2.0.s.   Brain Sciences, 12(11), 1471.

  • Atanasova, T., Laganaro, M. (2022). Word production changes through adolescence: a behavioral and ERP investigation of referential and inferential naming. Developmental Neuropsychology, 47(6), 295-313

  • Fournet, M. Catalano, M.,  Laganaro, M. (2022). Attentional Demand of Motor Speech Encoding: Evidence from Parkinson’s Disease. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 1-18.

  • Pernon, M., Assal, F., Kodrasi, I., & Laganaro, M. (2022). Perceptual Classification of Motor Speech Disorders: The Role of Severity, Speech Task, and Listener's Expertise. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 65(8), 2727-2747.

  • Lancheros, M., Pernon, M.,  Laganaro, M. (2022). Is there a continuum between speech and other oromotor tasks? evidence from motor speech disorders. Aphasiology, 1-20.

  • Bourqui, M., Pernon, M., Fougeron, C., & Laganaro, M. (2022). Contribution of acoustic analysis to the detection of vocoid epenthesis in apraxia of speech and other motor speech disorders. Aphasiology, 36(7), 854-867.

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