Robert E. Remez


Most of the articles on the Research page are reports of experiments done in the Speech Perception Laboratory at Barnard College. But, from time to time, we have also created websites and short summary pieces that have aimed to explain the goals and interpretations of our investigations of speech perception. Occasionally,  stories about scientific investigations of speech appearing in popular media have mentioned the research of the members of the. Some recent examples are listed here. These are linked to the cites of web pages explaining and illustrating the aims of the projects. 

Say What?” by Amelia Thomson-DeVeaux in the Spring, 2016 issue of the Barnard Magazine.

“Sound Uncovered: An Interactive Book,” application developed by the Exploratorium for the iPad, November 13, 2013, 

     distributed gratis by iTunes.

Research featured by Sift (, a science podcast, in episode, “Speech is Change” (September 8, 2013).

Musical and poetic sine-wave speech.

Sine-wave speech. Scholarpedia, 3, 2394.