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- 1Distributional learning
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- 1Phonological decoding
Graded effects of first and second language orthography on pronunciation during second language acquisitionDownload
This study aims to assess how frequency-based and probabilistic measure describing the orthography-phonology relationship influence the accuracy of second language (L2) pronunciation in a phonological decoding task for native English learners of German, and a control group with no formal...
This dissertation examines the effect of orthography in the perception of spontaneous Japanese speech by investigating how phonetic reduction interacts with the effect of sound-to-spelling inconsistencies (i.e., phonological-orthographic (P-O) consistency effect) for L1 and L2 Japanese speakers....
The role of orthographic input in the distributional and lexical learning of non-native speech soundsDownload
This dissertation explores the interaction between orthographic information and auditory forms in the distributional and lexical learning of consonant length contrast by monolingual English speakers. Two potentially important orthographic variables were examined: Orthographic compatibility...