Colin Widmer

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To comprehend spoken language, listeners must segment continuous speech into individual words. In cases where /s/ occurs on both sides of a word boundary (e.g., gas station) segmentation might be difficult because the two s-sounds blend together into one long s-sound. We report a series of experiments that examined how listeners segment such sequences,(More)
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