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.

Associate Professor of Speech and Hearing Sciences
Adjunct Associate Professor of Bioengineering
Adjunct Associate Professor of Linguistics
Academic Expertise: 
speech motor control
sensorimotor integration
fluency disorders
stuttering
Recent Publications
Adaptation in Mandarin tone production with pitch-shifted auditory feedback: Influence of tonal contrast requirements. (2018) Lang Cogn Neurosci 33(6): 734-749 Feng Y, Xiao Y, Yan Y, Max L

Spectral Coefficient Analyses of Word-Initial Stop Consonant Productions Suggest Similar Anticipatory Coarticulation for Stuttering and Nonstuttering Adults. (2018 Mar) Lang Speech 61(1): 31-42 Maruthy S, Feng Y, Max L

Stuttering adults' lack of pre-speech auditory modulation normalizes when speaking with delayed auditory feedback. (2018 Feb) Cortex 99(): 55-68 Daliri A, Max L

Modulation of Auditory Responses to Speech vs. Nonspeech Stimuli during Speech Movement Planning. (2016) Front Hum Neurosci 10(): 234 Daliri A, Max L

Electrophysiological evidence for a general auditory prediction deficit in adults who stutter. (2015 Nov) Brain Lang 150(): 37-44 Daliri A, Max L