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Episode 291: Exploring how we extract information from sound

A debate over sound on the internet is helping scientists understand how we interpret the world around us.

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Exploring how we extract information from sound

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University of Arizona cognitive psychology researcher Eve Isham spoke with Leslie Tolbert, Ph.D. professor emerita in Neuroscience at the University of Arizona.

A debate over sound that went viral on the internet is helping scientists understand how we interpret the world around us. University of Arizona cognitive psychology researcher Eve Isham uses the example of audio illusions to find out why some listeners hear completely different words in speech than others.

Eve Isham spoke with Leslie Tolbert, Ph.D. professor emerita in Neuroscience at the University of Arizona.

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