Maturational influences on perception of coarticulatory effects.

  title={Maturational influences on perception of coarticulatory effects.},
  author={M M Parnell and J D Amerman},
  journal={Journal of speech and hearing research},
  volume={21 4},
Three experimental groups consisting of ten four-year-olds, ten 11-year-olds, and ten adults were presented with tape-recorded voiceless stop + vowel syllables and subsyllabic segments isolated from the syllables by electronic gating. Subjects were instructed to identify each syllable. Comparisons of the performances of subjects in the three age groups permitted description of maturational influences on the ability to utilize coarticulatory cues in speech perception. The responses of the four… CONTINUE READING

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