Orthographic vs. morphological incomplete neutralization effects

@article{Warner2006OrthographicVM,
  title={Orthographic vs. morphological incomplete neutralization effects},
  author={Natasha Warner and Erin Good and Allard Jongman and Joan A. Sereno},
  journal={J. Phonetics},
  year={2006},
  volume={34},
  pages={285-293}
}
This study, following up on work on Dutch by Warner, Jongman, Sereno, and Kemps (2004. Journal of Phonetics, 32, 251–276), investigates the influence of orthographic distinctions and underlying morphological distinctions on the small sub-phonemic durational differences that have been called incomplete neutralization. One part of the previous work indicated that an orthographic geminate/ singleton distinction could cause speakers to produce an incomplete neutralization effect. However, one… CONTINUE READING
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