Native, non-native and L2 perceptual cue weighting for Dutch vowels: The case of Dutch, German, and Spanish listeners

@article{Escudero2009NativeNA,
  title={Native, non-native and L2 perceptual cue weighting for Dutch vowels: The case of Dutch, German, and Spanish listeners},
  author={Paola Escudero and Titia Benders and Silvia C. Lipski},
  journal={J. Phonetics},
  year={2009},
  volume={37},
  pages={452-465}
}
Abstract Previous research has demonstrated that learners of English with different L1 backgrounds diverge from native speakers in their use of acoustic cues for the perception and production of vowel contrasts. This study investigated the use of two cues, i.e. , vowel spectrum and duration, for the categorization of the Dutch /aː/-/ɑ/ contrast in three groups of listeners: L1-Dutch, L1-Spanish L2-Dutch, and L1-German listeners. Three aspects of vowel contrast perception were tested: the… CONTINUE READING

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