ToNIC reçoit Mathieu Bourguignon, de la Faculté des Sciences de la Motricité Campus Erasme – CP 640Route de Lennik, 808 1070 Bruxelles
Le 22/03/2022 à 10h, il présentera une conférence intitulée « Auditory cortical tracking of visual speech and self-produced speech«
When listening to continuous speech, human auditory cortical oscillations track speech temporal envelope at frequencies matching with the repetition rate of phrases, words, and syllables. This cortical tracking of speech is thought to reflect speech parsing or chunking as a preliminary step for speech processing. This talk will present recent findings in which the cortical tracking of speech was used to better understand (i) how lip movements are encoded in the brain and lead to modulation of auditory cortical activity, and (ii) the neuronal oscillatory architecture at the basis of internal and external speech monitoring systems during reading aloud.