Modeling native phonology and non-native speech perception using electroencephalography signals

Daniel McCloy
Daniel McCloy

Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, pp. 3337-3337, 2016.

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Studies of language learning in adulthood show that learners’ native language phonologies shape their non-native perception and production abilities. Nonetheless, listeners are able to learn to perceive new speech sound contrasts given training. The present study attempts to model how foreign consonants are perceived prior to training or ...More

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