About Matthew Masapollo
Dr. Matthew (Matt) Masapollo is the director and principal investigator of the Laboratory for the study of Cognition, Action and Perception of Speech (est. 2020). He received his Ph.D. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from McGill University (under Dr. Linda Polka) and completed two postdoctoral fellowships, one in Cognitive, Linguistic and Psychological Science at Brown University (under Dr. James L. Morgan), and one in Speech and Hearing Science at Boston University (under Dr. Frank H. Guenther).
Matt is a member of the UF Hearing Research Center and recently co-founded the Florida Motor Control Working Group. He teaches an undergrad course in Phonetics (speech articulation, acoustics, & perception) and is developing a mixed grad-undergrad course on speech perception.