Irene Lorenzini

Irene Lorenzini
Université Paris Cité

Doctor of Philosophy
Marie Skłodowska-Curie postdoctoral fellow

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Introduction
MSCA fellow. Psycho/Neuro-linguistics. I'm interested in speech & language as situated phenomena, co-existing and interacting with other neurobiological abilities (or disabilities). I'm currently investigating in these fields : a) the relationship between sensorimotor development and speech perception in typical and atypical development b) the relationship between central cognitive capacities and information processing in speech perception
Additional affiliations
September 2018 - March 2022
Paris Descartes, CPSC
Position
  • PostDoc Position
January 2016 - July 2016
Paris Descartes, CPSC
Position
  • Phd visiting student
November 2014 - November 2017
Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa
Position
  • PhD Student

Publications

Publications (6)
Preprint
Auditory detection of the Amplitude Modulation (AM) of sounds, crucial for speech perception, improves until 10 years of age. This protracted development may not be explained only by sensory maturation, but also by improvements in processing efficiency: the ability to make efficient use of available sensory information. This hypothesis was tested b...
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Growing evidence shows that early speech processing relies on information extracted from speech production. In particular, production skills are linked to word-form processing, as more advanced producers prefer listening to pseudowords containing consonants they do not yet produce. However, it is unclear whether production affects word-form encodin...
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Human infants are able to acquire quickly a language by “simple” exposure to speech. This remarkable capacity is rather surprising knowing that the auditory cortices are still developing until the end of adolescence. Many psychoacoustic studies have explored how the adult auditory system processes the acoustic components of speech, showing that slo...
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It is still unclear whether the gradual improvement in amplitude-modulation (AM) sensitivity typically found in children up to 10 years of age reflects an improvement in “processing efficiency” (the central ability to use information extracted by sensory mechanisms). This hypothesis was tested by evaluating temporal integration for AM, a capacity r...
Preprint
It is still unclear whether the gradual improvement in amplitude-modulation (AM) sensitivity typically found in children up to 10 years of age reflects an improvement in “processing efficiency” (the central ability to use information extracted by sensory mechanisms). This hypothesis was tested by evaluating temporal integration for AM, a capacity r...

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https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/895484