We all frequently, effortlessly and accurately recognise the voices of the many people we interact with in everyday life.
However, the fact that we recognise people’s voices does not mean that we recognise people by their voices. Everyday situations include a great deal of information besides the voice to help us recognise an individual, including the context in which the voice is heard, and the content of what the speaker is saying. Read the rest now >>>
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