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- 3Language acquisition
- 3Second language acquisition
- 2Language and languages--Philosophy
- 1Chappell, Eric.
- 1Coles, Janice
- 1Hammer, Petra
- 1Hannah, David Allan
- 1Ilott, Helen G.
- 1Itagaki, Nobuya.
- 10Department of Linguistics
- 6Department of Secondary Education
- 3Department of Educational Psychology
- 2Department of Elementary Education
- 2Department of Psychology
- 1Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Background. Stuttered speech (e.g., th-ththth-th-ththth-the car) and typical disfluencies (e.g., thee uh car) have some similarities. Previous research describes a tendency in listeners to predict that a speaker will refer to an unfamiliar object, rather than a familiar one, when both are equally...
This dissertation examines the association between the emotional dominance of verbs and the perception, or inference, of character gender. In the context of this dissertation, emotional dominance is described as the perceived level of power, or control, exerted by a verb. I hypothesize that when...
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...