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Iris Berent on how we identify sounds as speech

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Uploaded on Sep 23, 2011

Professor of Psychology in the College of Science, Iris Berent, researches the ability to identify sounds as speech, finding that it is linguistic structures as opposed to acoustic properties that distinguish language.

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