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A single pool of untrained subjects was tested for interactions across two bimodal perception conditions: audio-tactile, in which subjects heard and felt speech, and visual-tactile, in which subjects saw and felt speech. Identifications of English obstruent consonants were compared in bimodal and no-tactile baseline conditions. Results indicate that tactile… (More)
In this paper, I consider evidence that Yorùbá has a tripartite division in its nominals: Normal nouns, Kinship nouns, and Body-part nouns. 1 Introduction Yorùbá, a Kwa language spoken in Nigeria, shows a grammatical distinction between relational nouns, which obligatorily encode a relation to some other individual, and non-relational nouns, which do not.… (More)
This paper represents work done by a UNC-Chapel Hill undergraduate student team. It is not a formal report of the Institute for the Environment, nor is it the work of UNC-Chapel Hill faculty.
Exploring measures of recollection and familiarity: When the butchers aren't on the bus, where are they? Abstract Dual-process theories posit that recognition can be achieved through two separable processes – recollection of specific contextual information or evaluation of familiarity. I will describe a series of completed and planned studies investigating… (More)