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In future research, Fagan hopes to study whether infants explore the sounds of objects such as musical toys to the same degree they explore vocalization.
Interestingly, whitetails might be nearly as talkative, but their vocalizations go largely unnoticed.
An instance of vocalization was defined as a discrete, vowel-like sound or consonant-vowel sound (e.
The results presented here reveal new information on the breeding biology of Laughing Falcons, refining the proximal dates of the breeding season of the species in the Pantanal region, providing new descriptions of egg coloration, new information concerning the plumage of the young and a noteworthy, possibly undescribed vocalization of a nestling.
Andrews, the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, the Chicago Zoological Society and The Seas, an aquarium at Walt Disney World sought to find out why dolphins will sometimes copy the signature vocalizations of others.
Regardless of one's view of Martin's interpretation of this verse as a double entendre, whether such deliberate visual punning accounts for many cases of ambiguous vocalization in the Hebrew Bible remains an open question.
The variety of individuals makes it difficult to understand the ultrasonic vocalization.
Vocalizations varied in pulse rate, length and frequency; presenting unusually lower pitches with high frequencies at the end of the vocalization instead of the regular pulse repetition.
For non-vocal children with autism verbal operants can include any kind of vocalization or non-vocal communication that produces a response from the social environment.
CapTel is an assistive technology aimed at easing communications for the more than 24 million Americans who are hard of hearing, have experienced hearing loss later in life or are deaf individuals with good vocalization skills.
The research concluded that the tamarins reduced their vocalization amplitude in the context of exposure to a potential threat.