Supplementary material from \"Bone conduction facilitates self-other voice discrimination\"

Pavo Orepic, Oliver Alan Kannape, Nathan Faivre & Olaf Blanke
One's own voice is one of the most important and most frequently heard voices. Although it is the sound we associate most with ourselves, it is perceived as strange when played back in a recording. One of the main reasons is the lack of bone conduction that is inevitably present when hearing own voice while speaking. The resulting discrepancy between experimental and natural self-voice stimuli has significantly impeded self-voice research, rendering it one of the...
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