JLP384H5 • Speech Communication

Imagine an animal species where one creature can generate thoughts in other creatures' minds simply by causing the air molecules around them to vibrate. Although this sounds exotic, it is what we as humans do every time we speak and listen. In this course, we explore the perception and production of spoken language from an interdisciplinary perspective. Sample topics include perceptual and cognitive aspects of speech communication, speech signal acoustics, audio-visual speech integration, speech sound articulation, artificial speech recognition, multilingualism, and contextual influences on speech communication. Through laboratory exercises, students will replicate classic experimental findings and gain hands-on experience with acoustic and behavioural data analysis

[PSY201H5 or LIN228H5] and 0.5 credit from [JLP285H5/equivalent or JLP383H5/equivalent or LIN229H5 or LIN318H5 or PSY270H5 or PSY280H5]
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