- Altered feedback in speech.
- Auditory: Delayed auditory feedback.
- Auditory: The Lombard Effect.
- Somatosensory: Perilaryngeal vibration.
- Speech in neurological disorders.
- Auditory feedback in demyelinating diseases.
- Speech-induced suppression.
- Implicit learning in Parkinson disease.
- Multilingual speech production.
- Articulation and kinematics.
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