Eloisa Valenza's research while affiliated with University of Padova and other places

Publication (1)

Article
Speech preferences emerge very early in infancy, pointing to a special status for speech in auditory processing and a crucial role of prosody in driving infant preferences. Recent theoretical models suggest that infant auditory perception may initially encompass a broad range of human and non- human vocalizations, then tune in to relevant sounds fo...

Citations

... Rhythm is also used in academic research to create serious games. One application is to use rhythm games to teach the sense of rhythm, which is usually learned early in infancy and strongly influences auditory processing and speech learning [40]. In particular, infants with hearing impairments or neurological disorders do not learn rhythm as effectively as others. ...