Simple and contingent adaptation effects for place of articulation in stop consonants

  title={Simple and contingent adaptation effects for place of articulation in stop consonants},
  author={J. Sawusch and D. Pisoni},
  journal={Perception \& Psychophysics},
Experiments on selective adaptation have shown that the locus of the phonetic category boundary between two segments shifts after repetitive listening to an adapting stimulus. Theoretical interpretations of these results have proposed that adaptation occurs either entirely at an auditory level of processing or at both auditory and more abstract phonetic levels. The present experiment employed two alternating stimuli as adaptors in an attempt to distinguish between these two possible… Expand
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