mesheuropmc: otorhinolaryngologic diseases | psychological phenomena and processes
Abstract There is growing evidence that dog-directed and infant-directed speech have similar acoustic characteristics, like high overall pitch, wide pitch range, and attention-getting devices. However, it is still unclear whether dog- and infant-directed speech have gen... View more
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