Cognitive control factors in speech perception at 11 months.

@article{Conboy2008CognitiveCF,
  title={Cognitive control factors in speech perception at 11 months.},
  author={Barbara T. Conboy and Jessica A. Sommerville and Patricia K. Kuhl},
  journal={Developmental psychology},
  year={2008},
  volume={44 5},
  pages={
          1505-12
        }
}
The development of speech perception during the 1st year reflects increasing attunement to native language features, but the mechanisms underlying this development are not completely understood. One previous study linked reductions in nonnative speech discrimination to performance on nonlinguistic tasks, whereas other studies have shown associations between speech perception and vocabulary growth. The present study examined relationships among these abilities in 11-month-old infants using a… CONTINUE READING

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