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Félix Desmeules-Trudel

PhD Student

Department of Linguistics

uOttawa

 

Lab Affiliations:

  • Centre for Child Language Research (CCLR)
  • ERPLing Laboratory (Brain and Language Laboratory – BALL)
  • Sound Patterns Laboratory (SPL)

Research Interests:

  • Psycholinguistics
  • Neurolinguistics
  • Phonetics and Phonology
  • First and Second Language Acquisition
  • Statistical Methods in Linguistics

Research projects:

  • Real-time processing (production and perception) at the phonetics-phonology interface of unambiguous and ambiguous vowel nasalization in Canadian French by native and L2 speakers (Doctoral dissertation, supervision by Dr. Tania Zamuner; Ongoing)
  • Different types of priming for French-speaking children’s speech production (In collaboration with Dr. Tania Zamuner; Ongoing)
  • Subcategorical nasalization as a cue during spoken word recognition for English-speaking children (In collaboration with Charlotte Moore and Dr. Tania Zamuner; Ongoing), French-speaking children (In collaboration with Dr. Tania Zamuner; Ongoing) and bilingual children (In collaboration with Dr. Tania Zamuner; Ongoing)
  • Perception of unambiguous and ambiguous vowel nasalization in Canadian French by native listeners (2nd comprehensive examination, supervision by Dr. Tania Zamuner; Completed)
  • Comparison of the aerodynamics of vowel nasality and nasalization in Quebec French and Brazilian Portuguese (1st comprehensive examination, supervision by Dr. Marc Brunelle; Completed)
  • Perception of Quebec French nasal vowels by Brazilian learners (MA memoir, supervision by Dr. Johanna-Pascale Roy; Completed)
  • Importation of English stop consonant aspiration in Thai loanwords (Research assistantship, supervision by Dr. Carole Paradis; Completed)