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Language

Did you know ?

– Learning 2 languages ​​does not cause a language delay.

– At 5 months, the baby knows how to recognize his first name.

– Babies babble differently depending on their native languages.

– Deaf children with hearing aids can develop a good level of language.

 

Ongoing project

Ticoala

Adaptation of a digital tool for assessing children’s language skills in nursery school.

Project team lead
Project team lead

Thierry Nazzi


 Project team lead
Project team lead

Ranka Bijeljac-Babić

Development of the auditory system and speech perception in infants- BabySIN 

On the one hand, the cerebral processing of different acoustic variations of sounds is studied in 3-month-old infants using the electroencephalography technique. On the other hand, the ability to perceive speech in noise in these infants is measured using an observation technique.

Project team lead
Project team lead

Laurianne Cabrera

Proccesing phonological information while learning and recognizing words

It has been proposed that consonants carry more weight than vowels in lexical processing. Given the timing of acquisition observed in French, we have proposed that this consonant bias emerges in connection with phonological and (proto)lexical acquisition, a hypothesis we are currently testing.

Project team lead
Project team lead

Thierry Nazzi

Predicting language outcomes in typical development

We explore how elementary perception and learning mechanisms are linked to language acquisition. To this end, we test infants on different perception and learning mechanisms, at different stages of their development and up to 2-3 years of age.

Project team lead
Project team lead

Thierry Nazzi

Language acquisition in atypical development

Knowing the mechanisms underlying typical language acquisition also makes it possible to explore whether or not these mechanisms are present in populations with atypical language acquisition and could be involved in their learning difficulties.

Project team lead
Project team lead

Thierry Nazzi

Lexical-semantic development

Our studies aim to understand the neural mechanisms underlying this development in monolingual and bilingual children.

Project team lead
Project team lead

Pia Rämä

Acquisition of phonological biases in lexical processing

We aim to understand how different types of sounds, as well as their arrangements within the words of a language, influence the acquisition and lexical processing of French, German, and Franco-German bilingual speakers.

Project team lead
Project team lead

Thierry Nazzi

Ticoala

Adaptation of a digital tool for assessing children’s language skills in nursery school.

Project team lead
Project team lead

Thierry Nazzi


 Project team lead
Project team lead

Ranka Bijeljac-Babić

Development of the auditory system and speech perception in infants- BabySIN 

On the one hand, the cerebral processing of different acoustic variations of sounds is studied in 3-month-old infants using the electroencephalography technique. On the other hand, the ability to perceive speech in noise in these infants is measured using an observation technique.

Project team lead
Project team lead

Laurianne Cabrera

Proccesing phonological information while learning and recognizing words

It has been proposed that consonants carry more weight than vowels in lexical processing. Given the timing of acquisition observed in French, we have proposed that this consonant bias emerges in connection with phonological and (proto)lexical acquisition, a hypothesis we are currently testing.

Project team lead
Project team lead

Thierry Nazzi

Predicting language outcomes in typical development

We explore how elementary perception and learning mechanisms are linked to language acquisition. To this end, we test infants on different perception and learning mechanisms, at different stages of their development and up to 2-3 years of age.

Project team lead
Project team lead

Thierry Nazzi

Language acquisition in atypical development

Knowing the mechanisms underlying typical language acquisition also makes it possible to explore whether or not these mechanisms are present in populations with atypical language acquisition and could be involved in their learning difficulties.

Project team lead
Project team lead

Thierry Nazzi

Lexical-semantic development

Our studies aim to understand the neural mechanisms underlying this development in monolingual and bilingual children.

Project team lead
Project team lead

Pia Rämä

Acquisition of phonological biases in lexical processing

We aim to understand how different types of sounds, as well as their arrangements within the words of a language, influence the acquisition and lexical processing of French, German, and Franco-German bilingual speakers.

Project team lead
Project team lead

Thierry Nazzi

People Involved

lauriannecabrera

Laurianne Cabrera

Thierry Nazzi

piaory

Pia Rämä

Ranka Bijelbajc-Babic

Charlotte Benoit

Clarissa Montgomery

Clémence Basire

Léonardo Piot

Flora Chartier

Laura Clément

Maxine Dos Santos

Viviane Huet

Blandine Moreau

Ines Sonzogni

Lucy Astesan

Lucy Goddet

Marie Huygevelde

muriele

Murièle Nguyen Huy

Tetyana Savytska

Michela Santangelo

Wenza Sider