L33 Psych 321 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Vocal Folds, Categorical Perception, Phoneme

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That is, they cannot discriminate two speech sounds that differ 20 ms in vot if the two sounds are from the same side of the boundary (e. g. /d/ vs. /d/: this categorical sensitivity approximates that of adults. If an infant just hears random sounds, when will they turn their attention to it to try to understand whether it has any communicative content: newborns and tamarin monkeys, quasi iv and experimental between species, within subjects (language, direction) If you switch from speaker a to speaker b, that shouldn"t be interesting to either. If you switch from one language to another, that should be interesting: habituation paradigm (orienting) humans (high amplitude sucking) and. Tamarins (head turning: results: in both species, orientation to change in language but only if the. ), then that would be amazing and would tell us something fundamental about spoken language: datasets, a.

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