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CSD 301 Dr. Lee
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How many different ways do we communicate? Speech, facial expressions, body language, ASL, eye contact, tone of voice, hand movements, gestures Why do we communicate? To express our wants and needs, to provide information, interaction w each other. When is communication ineffective? when the person you are communicating with doesn’t understand,
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What is the difference between speech and language? speech: verbal, conversion of language into sound. Language: an agreed upon set of rules between two people
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The conversion of language into sound
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Shared system of rules used to communicate thoughts and ideas Almost all have an oral form Some languages are visual only Minority have written form only Some of these are because practitioners have been long gone
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Do we need speech to have language? No Do we need sound to have language? NO The speech provides an efficient way to communicate. Speech allows us to communicate with a wider audience. Also provides the ability to multitask. The sound allows us to listen and not look
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Very convenient Frees the hands to multitask Don’t need visual system Can communicate with multiple listeners Requires relatively little energy Don’t need auditory system Not all verbal sounds are speech Speech refers to the linguistic message
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The telephone The computer The internet
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Physics Acoustics Psychoacoustics
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The underlying study in how communication occurs. We study the production, transmission and perception of speech signals
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When we hear someone on the radio or telephone we make certain assumptions regarding their gender, age, dialect, relative health and emotional state by pitch and temporal patterns in their speech
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Listed 4 kinds of info contained in the
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