Do postonset segments define a lexical neighborhood?

@article{Newman2005DoPS,
  title={Do postonset segments define a lexical neighborhood?},
  author={Rochelle S. Newman and James R. Sawusch and Paul A. Luce},
  journal={Memory & cognition},
  year={2005},
  volume={33 6},
  pages={941-60}
}
Previous research has demonstrated that the number and frequency of lexical neighbors affects the perception of individual sounds within a nonword in a phoneme identification task. In the present research, the issue of what items should be considered part of a word's neighborhood was explored. These experiments, in which both lexical decision and phoneme identification tasks were used, demonstrate that lexical neighborhood effects are not limited to words that match the target item syllable… CONTINUE READING

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