The role of perceptual integration in the recognition of assimilated word forms.

  title={The role of perceptual integration in the recognition of assimilated word forms.},
  author={Holger Mitterer and Val{\'e}ria Cs{\'e}pe and Leo Blomert},
  journal={Quarterly journal of experimental psychology},
  volume={59 8},
We investigated how spoken words are recognized when they have been altered by phonological assimilation. Previous research has shown that there is a process of perceptual compensation for phonological assimilations. Three recently formulated proposals regarding the mechanisms for compensation for assimilation make different predictions with regard to the level at which compensation is supposed to occur as well as regarding the role of specific language experience. In the present study… CONTINUE READING

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