How can humans speak?
This lesson presents the development of human speech and the structure and functioning of the organs of speech.
Author: Horváthné Kunstár Andrea
Reviewer: Márton Gábor
speech, voice organs, sound production, onomatopoeia, larynx, laryngeal cartilage, vocal cords, sound, communication, epiglottis, respiration, respiratory organ, speech motor cortex, speech processing cortex, hearing, auditory cortex, voiced, unvoiced, biology, sensory organ, anatomy, physiology, anthropology
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