1 edition of Hearing and speech found in the catalog.
Hearing and speech
by Lawrence Erlbaum for the Experimental Psychology Society in Hove
Written in English
|Statement||guest editor: Quentin Summerfield.|
|Series||The quarterly journal of experimental psychology. Section A : human experimental psychology -- vol. 43A (3), The quarterly journal of experimental psychology -- vol. 43A (3)|
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This covers some introductory aspects of the mechanisms of human hearing, sound localization, speech perception and speech production. The reader should have a partial undergraduate education (2nd or 3rd year) in either neuroscience (or psychology, provided the focus is on human biological psychology). A waterfall plot is essentially a series of speech spectrums over time, laid out in 3D. This overcomes the limitations of speech spectrograms (shows speech unfolding over time, but isn't quantitative) and also overcomes the limitations of speech spectrums (highly qualitative, but shows only a short snippet of the speech stream).
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Acoustics in Hearing, Speech, and Language Sciences: An Introduction gives readers a clear, comprehensive understanding of acoustics in the context of human communications through examples and analogies from everyday life or general experience.
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A solid foundation of anatomy and physiology are not the only things this book provides! also included are more advanced topics such as respiration, phonation, articulation, neurology, and hearing/5.