PLID50H3 Speech Perception

An examination of the acoustics and perception of human speech. We will explore how humans cope with the variation found in the auditory signal, how infants acquire their native language sound categories, the mechanisms underlying speech perception and how the brain encodes and represents speech sounds. An emphasis will be placed on hands-on experience with experimental data analysis.

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Social & Behavioural Sciences