Speech and Hearing Science I

Course Description

A study of the basic theories, physics, and acoustics of speech production. Information pertaining to the anatomy and physiology of spoken language are also presented. This course provides a laboratory experience that includes an introduction to the International Phonetic Alphabet and transcriptions of speech from typical speakers with different regional dialects. Course taught by Chaya Guntupalli (Nanjundeswaran) Ph.D.

Speech and Hearing Science I
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