PERCEPTION OF LANGUAGE. PART I.
PITTSBURGH UNIV PA LEARNING RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER
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Contents Listening, reading and grammatical structure Eye-voice span or response bias Age changes in the selective perception of verbal materials Division or order Some acoustic and grammatical features of spontaneous speech The importance of linguistics for the study of speech hesitations The perception of time compressed speech and A perspective on the perception of time compressed speech.
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