Categorical speech perception during active discrimination of consonants and vowels.

Abstract

Categorical perception of phonemes describes the phenomenon that, when phonemes are classified they are often perceived to fall into distinct categories even though physically they follow a continuum along a feature dimension. While consonants such as plosives have been proposed to be perceived categorically, the representation of vowels has been described… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2014.09.006

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@article{Altmann2014CategoricalSP, title={Categorical speech perception during active discrimination of consonants and vowels.}, author={Christian F. Altmann and Maiko Uesaki and Kentaro Ono and Masao Matsuhashi and Tatsuya Mima and Hidenao Fukuyama}, journal={Neuropsychologia}, year={2014}, volume={64}, pages={13-23} }