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CMU Researchers Use Video Games (and "Alien" Language) To Crack the Speech Code

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Uploaded on May 20, 2011

When we speak, our enunciation and pronunciation of words and syllables fluctuates and varies from person to person. Given this, how do infants decode all of the spoken sounds they hear to learn words and meanings?




To replicate the challenges of learning language as an infant, Carnegie Mellon University's Lori Holt and Sung-Joo Lim and Stockholm University's Francisco Lacerda used video game training with a mock "alien" language. They discovered that listeners quickly recognize word-like units.

For more information on this study, visit http://www.cmu.edu/news/archive/2011/....

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