Human voice perception

@article{Latinus2011HumanVP,
  title={Human voice perception},
  author={Marianne Latinus and Pascal Belin},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2011},
  volume={21},
  pages={R143-R145}
}
We are all voice experts. First and foremost, we can produce and understand speech, and this makes us a unique species. But in addition to speech perception, we routinely extract from voices a wealth of socially-relevant information in what constitutes a more primitive, and probably more universal, non-linguistic mode of communication. Consider the following example: you are sitting in a plane, and you can hear a conversation in a foreign language in the row behind you. You do not see the… CONTINUE READING

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