Speech adaptation: Neural mechanisms and stimulus information

All humans speak differently, even in the same language, but we're very good at adapting to these differences!

We are interested in examining how we do this depending on language background (monolingual or bilingual) and on the type of information we hear. We use infants' electrical brain signals to determine how sensitive they are to these changes which gives us information about how they use their language representations to adapt to speech.

Researchers are recruiting parents of 12 month old infants to participate in this study.  Please register or contact Alba directly to take part.


Associate Professor Paola Escudero (opens in a new window)

Dr Alba Tuninetti (opens in a new window)

Partner / Funding Body

Human Research Ethics Committee Approval Number: H11022

For more information or to register your interest, please contact:
NameAlba Tuninetti
Phone+61 2 9772 6281