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Friday, September 26, 2008

Importance of Spacing in Perception

Research indicates that spacing, not size, is most at play in visual recognition, here.
"Spacing," in the form of rhythm, syllabic stress, and of course speed, is no doubt also centrally operative in the auditory task of speech processing/recognition.

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