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- J D Trout
- Psychological review
- 2001

Speech perception and production are uniquely human adaptations. The mechanisms and laws that these adaptations implicate are tuned to linguistic rather than general auditory phenomena, leading to the view that speech is special (SiS). Despite the progress made by proponents of SiS, a small but growing "auditorist" program critical of SiS conscripts… (More)

- Alois Stutzer, Bruno S. Frey, +7 authors Jos van Ommeren
- 2004

Any opinions expressed here are those of the author(s) and not those of the institute. Research disseminated by IZA may include views on policy, but the institute itself takes no institutional policy positions. The Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) in Bonn is a local and virtual international research center and a place of communication between… (More)

Phonemic restoration was studied using a version of Samuel's (1981a) psychophysical paradigm. We examined the influence of specific acoustic correlates of voicing and place of articulation on phonemic restoration (d') and response bias (Beta). The influence of a higher-level, phonotactic constraint was also examined. All of the stimuli were presented in… (More)

- Jody Trout, JODY TROUT
- 1999

This paper provides an E-theoretic proof of an exact form, due to E. Troitsky, of the Mischenko-Fomenko Index Theorem for elliptic pseudodifferential operators over a unital C *-algebra. The main ingredients in the proof are the use of asymptotic morphisms of Connes and Higson, vector bundle modification, a Baum-Douglas-type group, and a KK-argument of… (More)

Let M be a smooth Fredholm manifold modeled on a separable infinite-dimensional Euclidean space E with Riemannian metric g. Given an augmented Fredholm filtration F of M by finite-dimensional submanifolds {Mn} ∞ n=k , we associate to the triple (M, g, F) a non-commutative direct limit C *-algebra A(M, g, F) = lim − → A(Mn) that can play the role of the… (More)

- JODY TROUT
- 2001

We study the relationship between POV-measures in quantum theory and asymptotic morphisms in the operator algebra E-theory of Connes-Higson. This is done by introducing the theory of " asymptotic " PV-measures and their integral correspondence with positive asymptotic morphisms on locally compact spaces. Examples and applications involving various aspects… (More)

- J D Trout
- Trends in cognitive sciences
- 2008

Credibility is a cherished currency in science, but its cues can be counterfeit. A novel series of experiments by Weisberg and her colleagues show that non-expert consumers of behavioral explanations assign greater standing to explanations that contain neuroscientific details, even if these details provide no additional explanatory value. Here, we discuss… (More)

- EFTON PARK, JODY TROUT
- 2008

An n-homomorphism between algebras is a linear map φ : A → B such that φ(a 1 · · · an) = φ(a 1) · · · φ(an) for all elements a 1 ,. .. , an ∈ A. Every homomorphism is an n-homomorphism, for all n ≥ 2, but the converse is false, in general. Hejazian et al. [7] ask: Is every *-preserving n-homomorphism between C ⋆-algebras continuous? We answer their question… (More)

- Efton Park, Jody Trout
- 2000

Let X be a locally compact space, and let A and B be C 0 (X)-algebras. We define the notion of an asymptotic C 0 (X)-morphism from A to B and construct represent-able E-theory groups RE(X; A, B). These are the universal groups on the category of separable C 0 (X)-algebras that are C 0 (X)-stable, C 0 (X)-homotopy-invariant, and half-exact. If A is… (More)