General contrast effects in speech perception: Effect of preceding liquid on stop consonant identification

@article{Lotto1998GeneralCE,
  title={General contrast effects in speech perception: Effect of preceding liquid on stop consonant identification},
  author={Andrew Lotto and Keith R. Kluender},
  journal={Perception & Psychophysics},
  year={1998},
  volume={60},
  pages={602-619}
}
When members of a series of synthesized stop consonants varying acoustically inF3 characteristics and varying perceptually from /da/ to /ga/ are preceded by /al/, subjects report hearing more /ga/ syllables relative to when each member is preceded by /ar/ (Mann, 1980). It has been suggested that this result demonstrates the existence of a mechanism that compensates for coarticulation via tacit knowledge of articulatory dynamics and constraints, or through perceptual recovery of vocal-tract… CONTINUE READING

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