The language-familiarity effect

Did you know it’s harder to recognize someone by the sound of their voice if they are speaking a foreign language?

In the new issue of The Nerve, the undergraduate journal published by the BU Mind and Brain Society, CNRLab undergraduate Michelle Njoroge writes about her research on the language-familiarity effect in talker identification.

Read Michelle’s article.

Explore our research publications on the language-familiarity effect.