Teaching the /r/–/l/ discrimination to Japanese adults: behavioral and neural aspects

@article{McClelland2002TeachingT,
  title={Teaching the /r/–/l/ discrimination to Japanese adults: behavioral and neural aspects},
  author={James L. McClelland and J. Fiez and Bruce D. McCandliss},
  journal={Physiology & Behavior},
  year={2002},
  volume={77},
  pages={657-662}
}
  • James L. McClelland, J. Fiez, Bruce D. McCandliss
  • Published 2002
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Physiology & Behavior
  • Several studies have been conducted to address the learning of a nonnative speech contrast in adulthood, using native speakers of Japanese and the English /r/-/l/ contrast. Japanese adults were asked to identify contrasting /r/-/l/ stimuli (e.g., "rock-lock"). An adaptive training regime starting with initially easy stimuli was contrasted with a fixed training regime using difficult stimuli, with some subjects receiving feedback on the correctness of their responses and others receiving no… CONTINUE READING

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