Auditory and phonetic memory codes in the discrimination of consonants and vowels *

  title={Auditory and phonetic memory codes in the discrimination of consonants and vowels *},
Recognition memory for consonants and v’owels selected from within and between phonetic categories was examined in a delayed comparison d~scrimination task. Accuracy of discrimination for synthetic vowels selected from both within and between categories was inversely related to the magnitude of the comparison interval. In contrast, d~scrimination of synthetic stop consonants remained relatively stable both within and between categories. The results indicate that differences in discrimination… CONTINUE READING

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