Subject: pitch perception | Psychology | Original Research | music processing | tone-language processing | congenital amusia
Congenital amusia is a neurogenetic disorder that affects music processing and that is ascribed to a deficit in pitch processing. We investigated whether this deficit extended to pitch processing in speech, notably the pitch changes used to contrast lexical tones in ton... View more
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