Katz, William F.
Dr. William Katz is professor of Speech Science and Neurolinguistics at the Callier Center for Communication Disorders. Dr. Katz also serves as the head of the Speech Production Laboratory. His research is based in three general areas:
- Neurolinguistics: specifically, the pathology of speech in aphasia and apraxia, brain models of language representation, augmented kinematic feedback and the treatment of neurogenic speech disorders
- Speech production and perception: focusing on acoustic phonetic features, coarticulation and speech motor planning. The development of speech in children. Finally, compensatory articulation and speech motor control.
- Cue-trading relations at the interface of prosody and syntax.
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Using Electromagnetic Articulography with a Tongue Lateral Sensor to Discriminate Manner of Articulation This study examined the contributions of the tongue tip (TT), tongue body (TB), and tongue lateral (TL) sensors in the electromagnetic articulography (EMA) measurement of American English alveolar consonants. Thirteen ...
Pronunciation training studies have yielded important information concerning the processing of audiovisual (AV) information. Second language (L2) learners show increased reliance on bottom-up, multimodal input for speech ...