Attention to Critical Acoustic Features for L 2 Phonemic Identification and its Implication on L 2 Perceptual Training

@inproceedings{Kim2010AttentionTC,
  title={Attention to Critical Acoustic Features for L 2 Phonemic Identification and its Implication on L 2 Perceptual Training},
  author={Yoon Hyun Kim and Jung-Oh Kim},
  year={2010}
}
This study examined whether native speakers of Japanese could attend to critical acoustic features while identifying lenis and aspirated among Korean alveolar stops. Most Japanese participants had studied Korean for more than one year at a university language center in Korea. Native speakers of Korean were also tested with the same task for comparison. Korean participants discriminated the phonemic contrast according to both VOT and F0 or just F0. In contrast, Japanese participants identified… CONTINUE READING

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