Phone: 
+1 206 543-2674

Speech & Hearing Sciences
1417 NE 42nd St, Seattle, WA 98105
Box: 
354875

CURRENTLY ACCEPTING PHD STUDENTS

Ludo
 
Max
,
Ph.D.

Professor
Adjunct Associate Professor of Bioengineering
Adjunct Associate Professor of Linguistics
Academic Expertise: 
speech motor control
sensorimotor integration
fluency disorders
stuttering
Recent Publications
Individual sensorimotor adaptation characteristics are independent across orofacial speech movements and limb reaching movements. (2022 Aug 10) J Neurophysiol Kitchen NM, Kim KS, Wang PZ, Hermosillo RJ, Max L

Inter-Trial Formant Variability in Speech Production Is Actively Controlled but Does Not Affect Subsequent Adaptation to a Predictable Formant Perturbation. (2022) Front Hum Neurosci 16(): 890065 Wang H, Max L

Speech auditory-motor adaptation to formant-shifted feedback lacks an explicit component: Reduced adaptation in adults who stutter reflects limitations in implicit sensorimotor learning. (2021 May) Eur J Neurosci 53(9): 3093-3108 Kim KS, Max L

Dissociated Development of Speech and Limb Sensorimotor Learning in Stuttering: Speech Auditory-motor Learning is Impaired in Both Children and Adults Who Stutter. (2020 Dec 15) Neuroscience 451(): 1-21 Kim KS, Daliri A, Flanagan JR, Max L

Exposure to Auditory Feedback Delay while Speaking Induces Perceptual Habituation but does not Mitigate the Disruptive Effect of Delay on Speech Auditory-motor Learning. (2020 Oct 15) Neuroscience 446(): 213-224 Shiller DM, Mitsuya T, Max L