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Language and Face development in typical and atypical populations


On 12 January 2024

Saint-Martin-d'Hères - Domaine universitaire

The Babylab team of Grenoble (LPNC) has the great pleasure to invite you to attend to the “Language and Face development in typical and atypical populations” workshop, on Friday the 12th of January 2024 (on the Grenoble campus and zoom). This workshop features five internationally-renowned researchers, who will present their work on topics related to infant development of language, face perception and multisensory development (see program below).



  • 8h50. Welcoming by Olivier Pascalis & Mathilde Fort, LPNC, Babylab team, LPNC, Grenoble Alpes University

  • 9h. Keynote presentation by David Lewkowicz, Yale University: The Developmental Challenge of the Multisensory Cocktail Party Problem 

  • 10h. Oral presentation by Sharon Peperkamp, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris Sciences Lettres University: Phonetic and phonological factors in infants' consonant perception 

  • 10h30. Coffee break

  • 11h. Oral presentation by Laura Bosch, Barcelona University: Vocabulary measures and fast mapping skills in children after cochlear  implantation 

  • 11h30. Oral presentation by Ferran Pons, Barcelona University: Can bilingual exposure enhance other-race face recognition in infants? 

  • 12h. Oral presentation by Jean-Yves Baudouin, Lyon 2 University: The smell of faces

  • 12h30. Free lunch buffet (vegetarian options included): please register here if you plan on eating with us)

 Note that the workshop is free and open to all. There will be time for informal discussions at the end of each talk.







On 12 January 2024


Saint-Martin-d'Hères - Domaine universitaire

Submitted on 11 December 2023

Updated on 11 December 2023