The Alberta Phonetics Laboratory is a collaborative space located in Assiniboia Hall and is part of the Department of Linguistics at the University of Alberta. We pursue research investigating speech perception, speech production and speech technology.

We are currently running an experiment if you would like to sign-up please e-mail:  apl@ualberta.ca

 

Lab News

Telus World of Science and Massive Auditory Lexical Decision!

Come find us running our most recent experiment as part of the Lab Quests program at the Telus World of Science! This experiment is for ages 4 and up and you can compete on our leader board. We are at the Telus World of Science from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm August 8,  9, 10, […]

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Listening Experiment

Thank you for your interest in our experiment! Purpose: to investigate language comprehension in Canadian English speakers Eligible participants are: Monolingual Canadian English speakers (knowledge of different languages is ok as long as English was the only language spoken at home while growing up) 30 years old and above Participation includes: Basic hearing test Listening […]

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DataCamp

Check out the amazing DataCamp website for learning R and Python.

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