Intro­duc­ing Gorilla Presents

A new webi­nar series all about behav­iour­al sci­ence online

Every month we will be invit­ing a panel of experts to dis­cuss a hot topic in the field of online behav­iour­al science.

If there’s a topic you’d like us to dis­cuss you can tweet us using the hash­tag #Goril­laP­re­sents.

Con­tin­ue read­ing to learn more about upcom­ing webi­na­rs as well as top­ics we dis­cussed in the past.

Com­ing Up:

Gorilla Presents: Speech Pro­duc­tion Research Online

On the 29th of April at 8 PM (GMT) we will be talk­ing about mov­ing speech pro­duc­tion research online, with par­tic­u­lar empha­sis on best prac­tis­es for record­ing speech using Goril­la’s Audio Record­ing Zone.

Reg­is­ter for free here

Expert Panel


Dr Neil Kirk

Neil is a Char­tered Psy­chol­o­gist and Lec­tur­er at Aber­tay Uni­ver­si­ty. You can read more about his research on his web­site MIND Your Lan­guages | Home | Aber­tay Uni­ver­si­ty Dundee | Scot­land 

Dr Emma James

Emma is a post­doc­tor­al researcher at Uni­ver­si­ty of Oxford. Check out her web­site ( for won­der­ful blogs (includ­ing one about using Goril­la’s Audio Record­ing Zone). You can also read her recent preprint here — The role of prior lex­i­cal knowl­edge in children’s and adults’ word learn­ing from stories

Dr Abbie Bradshaw

Abbie is a post­doc­tor­al researcher at UCL VoCo­Lab inves­ti­gat­ing the social neu­ro­science of voices.

Anne Vogt

Anne is a PhD stu­dent study­ing at Hum­boldt Uni­ver­si­ty of Berlin. You can read her won­der­ful preprint here — Inter­net based lan­guage pro­duc­tion research with overt artic­u­la­tion: Proof of con­cept, chal­lenges, and prac­ti­cal advice


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