Michael J. Dedina

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Humans can pronounce novel o r t h o g r a p h i c a l l y r e g u l a r t e x t s t r i n g s such as pseudowords, l i k e "peemers", or words they have never seen before. There are basically two hypotheses that have been proposed to account for this ability. According to one view, pseudowords are pronounced by a ruled-based phonological process in which(More)
A sentence verification task (SVT) was used to study the effects of sentence predictability on comprehension of natural speech and synthetic speech that was controlled for intelligibility. Sentences generated using synthetic speech were matched on intelligibility with natural speech using results obtained from a separate sentence transcription task. In the(More)
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