Generally, people are aware of their fallability in remembering sights, no? And with many sounds, I think the same statement holds true. But what about voices? I don't think there's a person I've ever met where, when I can remember anything they said, I'd say I might not remember their voice correctly. I feel pretty certain of it. Is this true for everyone? And does anyone know the science behind it? Either actually remembering voices accurately, or just the slightly unusual certainty in your memory of voices.