Monitoring metrical stress in polysyllabic words

@article{Schiller2006MonitoringMS,
  title={Monitoring metrical stress in polysyllabic words},
  author={N. Schiller and Bernadette M. Jansma and Judith C. Peters and Willem J. M. Levelt},
  journal={Language and Cognitive Processes},
  year={2006},
  volume={21},
  pages={112 - 140}
}
This study investigated the monitoring of metrical stress information in internally generated speech. In Experiment 1, Dutch participants were asked to judge whether bisyllabic picture names had initial or final stress. Results showed significantly faster decision times for initially stressed targets (e.g., KAno “canoe”) than for targets with final stress (e.g., kaNON “cannon”; capital letter indicate stressed syllables). It was demonstrated that monitoring latencies are not a function of the… Expand
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