Two ways to listen: Do L2-dominant bilinguals perceive stop voicing according to language mode?

@article{Antoniou2012TwoWT,
  title={Two ways to listen: Do L2-dominant bilinguals perceive stop voicing according to language mode?},
  author={Mark Antoniou and Michael D. Tyler and Catherine T. Best},
  journal={Journal of phonetics},
  year={2012},
  volume={40 4},
  pages={582-594}
}
How listeners categorize two phones predicts the success with which they will discriminate the given phonetic distinction. In the case of bilinguals, such perceptual patterns could reveal whether the listener's two phonological systems are integrated or separate. This is of particular interest when a given contrast is realized differently in each language, as is the case with Greek and English stop-voicing distinctions. We had Greek-English early sequential bilinguals and Greek and English… CONTINUE READING

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