Perceptual adaptation of vowels generalizes across the phonology and does not require local context.

@article{Chldkov2017PerceptualAO,
  title={Perceptual adaptation of vowels generalizes across the phonology and does not require local context.},
  author={Katerina Chl{\'a}dkov{\'a} and V{\'a}clav Jon{\'a}s Podlipsk{\'y} and Anastasia Chionidou},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={2017},
  volume={43 2},
  pages={
          414-427
        }
}
Listeners usually understand without difficulty even speech that sounds atypical. When they encounter noncanonical realizations of speech sounds, listeners can make short-term adjustments of their long-term representations of those sounds. Previous research, focusing mostly on adaptation in consonants, has suggested that for perceptual adaptation to take place some local cues (lexical, phonotactic, or visual) have to guide listeners' interpretation of the atypical sounds. In the present… CONTINUE READING

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