Neural Systems Underlying Perceptual Adjustment to Non-Standard Speech Tokens.

Abstract

It has long been noted that listeners use top-down information from context to guide perception of speech sounds. A recent line of work employing a phenomenon termed 'perceptual learning for speech' shows that listeners use top-down information to not only resolve the identity of perceptually ambiguous speech sounds, but also to adjust perceptual boundaries… (More)

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