author={Kyoko Nagao},
ionist model An abstractionist type approach (e.g. Tenpenny, 1995), is different from the three models discussed above. In this model, age information is treated as an independent category dissociated with any other speaker information. Age information is a completely independent perceptual category at some level of the recognition process. 


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