Supplementary Figure 1 from Dog-directed speech: why do we use it and do dogs pay attention to it?

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Tobey Ben-Aderet; Gallego-Abenza, Mario; Reby, David; Mathevon, Nicolas;

Pet-directed speech is strikingly similar to infant-directed speech, a peculiar speaking pattern with higher pitch and slower tempo known to engage infants' attention and promote language learning. Here, we report the first investigation of potential factors modulating ... View more
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