Daniel Lametti, Assistant Professor
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone: (902) 585-1116
Office Location: Horton Hall 320
Classes recently taught: Introductory Psychology 1, Introduction to Cognition, Psycholinguistics
B.Sc., Bishop's University
M.Sc., McGill University
Ph.D., McGill University
P.D.F., University of Oxford (Corpus Christi College)
Dr. Daniel Lametti studies how adult brains learn to produce, maintain, and remember complex movements, such as hand movements and speech production. He tackles this problem using a variety of methods including behavioural manipulations, non-invasive brain stimulation, and computational modelling. He is particularly interested in the role of the brain’s action systems in perception.
Dr. Lametti is happy to hear from students and postdocs interested in working in his lab.
Lametti DR, Quek MYM, Prescott CB, Brittain JS, Watkins KE. (2020) The perils of learning to move while speaking: One-sided interference between speech and visuomotor adaptation. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review.
Lametti DR, Smith HJ, Watkins KE, Shiller DM. (2018) Robust Sensorimotor Learning During Variable Sentence Level Speech. Current Biology. 28(19):3106-3113.
Lametti DR, Smith HJ, Freidin PF, Watkins KE. (2018) Cortico-cerebellar Networks Drive Sensorimotor Learning in Speech. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 30(4):540-551.
Skipper JI, Devlin JT, Lametti DR. (2017) The hearing ear is always found close to the speaking tongue: Review of the role of the motor system in speech perception. Brain and Language. 164:77-105.
Lametti DR, Rochet-Capellan A, Neufeld E, Shiller DM, Ostry DJ. (2014) Plasticity in the human speech motor system drives changes in speech perception. Journal of Neuroscience. 34(31):10339-46.
Lametti DR, Nasir SM, Ostry DJ. (2012) Sensory preference in speech production revealed by simultaneous alteration of auditory and somatosensory feedback. Journal of Neuroscience. 32(27):9351-8.
Member, Experimental Psychology Society