The Sensorimotor Learning Lab (a.k.a. the Lametti Lab) at Acadia University studies how adult brains learn to produce, maintain, and remember complex movements, such as limb movements and speech production. We tackle this problem using a variety of methods including behavioural manipulations, noninvasive brain stimulation, and computational modelling.

Recent Lab News

04/2020: Paper published! "The perils of learning to move while speaking: One-sided interference between speech and visuomotor adaptation" is out in Psychonomic Bulletin and Review.

09/2019: Dan received an Emerging Scholar Award from the Harrison McCain Foundation for a two-year study titled: "Language Representations in the Bilingual Brain"

08/2019: The lab presented a poster at the meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language: "Distinct Speech Production and Perception Regions in the Human Cerebellum".

04/2019: The lab received a five-year grant from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) of Canada for a program of research investigating sensorimotor learning in speech and co-speech movements!

01/2019: The lab received a grant from Acadia University for a project examining the role of the cerebellum in speech processing.

10/2018: Dan has a new paper in Current Biology with colleagues at Oxford and the University of Montreal: "Robust sensorimotor learning during variable sentence level speech".

Are you interested in working in the lab as a student or postdoc? Please get in touch!