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Vol. 50 No. 1 (2022)

Prix étudiant Bell en Communication verbale et Audition

2017

Sarah Colby, McGill University, Montreal
“Lexical effects in older adults’ perceptual learning for speech”

2016

Sin-Tung Lau, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo
“An Investigation of the Relationship between Hearing, Dynamic Stability, and Segmental Orientation during Walking”

2015

Jonathan Vaisberg, University of Western Ontario
“High frequency real ear measurement in the human ear canal”

2014

Jessica Arsenault, University of Toronto
“Understanding our internal monologue: The neural basis of inner speech”

2012

Takashi Mitsuya, Queen’s University

2011

Martin Brummund, École de Technologie Supérieure

2010

Nicolas Ellaham, University of Ottawa
“Prediction of binaural speech intelligibility when using non-linear hearing aids”

2009

Huiwen Goy, University of Toronto
“Articulatory and acoustic changes accompanying different speaking instructions and listening situations”

2008

Donald Derrick, University of British Columbia
“Kinematics, Strategy-shift and Planning in English Flap Sequences”

2007

Gurjit Singh, University of Toronto (Mississauga)
“Cognitive and Auditory Factors Underlying Auditory Spatial Attention”

2006

Amy McKinnon, Dalhousie University
“Pitch perception in young cochlear implant listeners”

2005

Geoffrey Stewart Morrison, University of Alberta
“Modelling L2 Perception of English and Spanish Vowels”

2004

Carrie Gotzke, University of Alberta
“Speech intelligibility probe for children with cleft Palate: Assessment of reliability and validity”

2001

Ian Wilson, University of British Columbia
“Variability in articulation”

2000

Janna Rieger, University of Alberta
“Acoustic analysis of speech associated with the use of automatic speech recognition”

1999

William Ernest Hodgetts, University of Western Ontario
“The effects of modulation spectrum phase distortion on speech intelligibility for hearing impaired listeners”

1998

Marlene Bagatto, University of Western Ontario
“Acoustic cues to children’s speech production errors”

1997

Monica Rohlfs, University of Alberta
“Effects of facial paralysis and presentation mode on perceptual acoustic measures of consonant place”

1996

Mark Pell, McGill University
“An acoustic investigation of speech prosody in adults with and without unilateral brain damage”

1995

Kristina Greenwood, University of Western Ontario
“Determinants of self-reported hearing deterioration in older adult hearing-aid wearers”

1994

Michael Lantz, Queen’s University
“Frequency of occurrence and duration in the perception of pitch structure”

1993

Aloknath De, McGill University
“Auditory distortion measure for speech coders – hidden Markovian approach”

1991

Steven Donald Turnbull, University of New Brunswick
“The influence of possible anti-masking strategies in pinniped vocalizations of signal detection”
Fangxin Chen, University of Alberta
“Computer simulation of a Mandarin tone perception”
Leonard E. Cornelisse, University of Western Ontario
“The spatial perception of a sound’s location in three dimensions”

1990

Bradley Frankland, Dalhousie University
“The role of contour in music stream segmentation”

2017

Sarah Colby, McGill University, Montreal
“Lexical effects in older adults’ perceptual learning for speech”

2016

Sin-Tung Lau, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo
“An Investigation of the Relationship between Hearing, Dynamic Stability, and Segmental Orientation during Walking”

2015

Jonathan Vaisberg, University of Western Ontario
“High frequency real ear measurement in the human ear canal”

2014

Jessica Arsenault, University of Toronto
“Understanding our internal monologue: The neural basis of inner speech”

2012

Takashi Mitsuya, Queen’s University

2011

Martin Brummund, École de Technologie Supérieure

2010

Nicolas Ellaham, University of Ottawa
“Prediction of binaural speech intelligibility when using non-linear hearing aids”

2009

Huiwen Goy, University of Toronto
“Articulatory and acoustic changes accompanying different speaking instructions and listening situations”

2008

Donald Derrick, University of British Columbia
“Kinematics, Strategy-shift and Planning in English Flap Sequences”

2007

Gurjit Singh, University of Toronto (Mississauga)
“Cognitive and Auditory Factors Underlying Auditory Spatial Attention”

2006

Amy McKinnon, Dalhousie University
“Pitch perception in young cochlear implant listeners”

2005

Geoffrey Stewart Morrison, University of Alberta
“Modelling L2 Perception of English and Spanish Vowels”

2004

Carrie Gotzke, University of Alberta
“Speech intelligibility probe for children with cleft Palate: Assessment of reliability and validity”

2001

Ian Wilson, University of British Columbia
“Variability in articulation”

2000

Janna Rieger, University of Alberta
“Acoustic analysis of speech associated with the use of automatic speech recognition”

1999

William Ernest Hodgetts, University of Western Ontario
“The effects of modulation spectrum phase distortion on speech intelligibility for hearing impaired listeners”

1998

Marlene Bagatto, University of Western Ontario
“Acoustic cues to children’s speech production errors”

1997

Monica Rohlfs, University of Alberta
“Effects of facial paralysis and presentation mode on perceptual acoustic measures of consonant place”

1996

Mark Pell, McGill University
“An acoustic investigation of speech prosody in adults with and without unilateral brain damage”

1995

Kristina Greenwood, University of Western Ontario
“Determinants of self-reported hearing deterioration in older adult hearing-aid wearers”

1994

Michael Lantz, Queen’s University
“Frequency of occurrence and duration in the perception of pitch structure”

1993

Aloknath De, McGill University
“Auditory distortion measure for speech coders – hidden Markovian approach”

1991

Steven Donald Turnbull, University of New Brunswick
“The influence of possible anti-masking strategies in pinniped vocalizations of signal detection”
Fangxin Chen, University of Alberta
“Computer simulation of a Mandarin tone perception”
Leonard E. Cornelisse, University of Western Ontario
“The spatial perception of a sound’s location in three dimensions”

1990

Bradley Frankland, Dalhousie University
“The role of contour in music stream segmentation”