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Phonetics Laboratory

 
Auditory processing, Neural mechanism of temporally-selective attention in speech perception, Individual differences in second language (L2) speech learning, Cognitive processes underlying L2 performance and development, Implicit learning

Research

- Phonetics

- Auditory processing

- Neural mechanism of temporally-selective attention in speech perception

- Individual differences in second language (L2) speech learning

- Cognitive processes underlying L2 performance and development

- Role of implicit learning in L2 phonology acquisition

- Effect of implicit and explicit training on improvement of segmental and

 prosodic L2 speech proficiency

Publications

Other publications: 

Bakkouche, L., Cooper, S., Luo, X., Rees, M., Lau, E., McGhee, C., Alter, K., Post, B., & Schwarz, J. (2024). Research plan: Neural encoding of AI-generated speech prosody by L1 and L2 speakers. UKiS 2024 Cambridge. https://ukis2024.eng.cam.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2024/07/ukis2024-Abstr...

Bakkouche, L., & Post, B. (2024).Mastering Sound Perception: Unveiling Auditory and Cognitive Influences on Native-Like Phonetic Category Perception in Adult L2 Learners. British Association of Academic Phoneticians Colloquium 2024, Cardiff.  https://sites.google.com/view/baap-2024/en/programme

Bakkouche, L., & Post, B. (2023). Perceptual and Cognitive Individual Differences in L2 Speech Learning. Cambridge Open Engage. https://10.33774/coe-2023-hmz04

Bakkouche, L., & Magne, V. (2023). Attainment in the early years. EAL Journal, 21, 28-29. https://naldic.org.uk/publications/eal-journal/issue-21/

Teaching and Supervisions

Teaching: 

2023   Li1 (Sounds and Words) Supervisor, TAL

2023 -2024 Li6 (Phonetics) Supervisor, TAL

2024 Guest Lecturer for Master’s Students, TAL

Other Professional Activities

2022 -2024  CamPAL Organiser

Incubator Project: "Neural encoding of AI-generated speech prosody by L1 and L2 speakers"
 

PhD Student

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