Unformatted text preview: from what the real stimuli was. Hasson explains, “speech is not as clear as print, it must be interpreted rather than simply recognized.” These interpretations are carried out in the brain, believed to be in Broca’s region. When the speech is unclear, then the brain’s interpretations will be important, even if they are not accurate. So why does our brain do this? It does so in order to improve our ability to hear unclear speech. If we are not able to clearly understand ones speech our brain plays an important role in trying to decipher what that word or syllable was, and therefore it integrates information from different sensory input to do so. University of Chicago Medical Center. "New Brain Mechanism Identified For Interpreting Speech." ScienceDaily 20 December 2007. 29 May 2008 <http://www.sciencedaily.com /releases/2007/12/071219122901.htm>....
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