Do people converge to the linguistic patterns of non-reliable speakers? Perceptual learning from non-native speakers

Abstract

People's language is shaped by the input from the environment. The environment, however, offers a range of linguistic inputs that differ in their reliability. We test whether listeners accordingly weigh input from sources that differ in reliability differently. Using a perceptual learning paradigm, we show that listeners adjust their representations… (More)

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@inproceedings{LevAri2014DoPC, title={Do people converge to the linguistic patterns of non-reliable speakers? Perceptual learning from non-native speakers}, author={Shiri Lev-Ari and Sharon Peperkamp}, year={2014} }