Emilie Troille

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The concept of an internal forward model that internally simulates the sensory consequences of an action is a central idea in speech motor control. Consistent with this hypothesis, silent articulation has been shown to modulate activity of the auditory cortex and to improve the auditory identification of concordant speech sounds, when embedded in white(More)
The existence of feedback control mechanisms from motor to sensory systems is a central idea in speech production research. Consistent with the view that articulation modulates the activity of the auditory cortex, it has been shown that silent articulation improved identification of concordant speech sounds [1]. In the present study, we replicated and(More)
OBJECTIVE It has been shown previously that congenitally blind francophone adults had higher auditory discrimination scores than sighted adults. It is unclear, however, if, compared to their sighted peers, blind speakers display an increased ability to detect anticipatory acoustic cues. In this paper, this ability is investigated in both speaker groups. (More)
Marie and Christian dedicate this article to the late Christian Benoit (–1998) and Tahar Lallouache (–2006), their first companions on speech lips. Abstract At the beginning of the 90's, it was definitively demonstrated that as early as the visual speech information is perceivable, speech identification can be processed. Cathiard et al. perception of(More)
In a previous study [1] on vowel rounding anticipatory perception through a fricative consonant stream with a gating paradigm, we discovered that auditory information could be, in this VCV frame, ahead of visual information, and even of audiovisual information (hence A>AV>V). We propose here to extend this experiment to different modality-impaired groups of(More)
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