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The Interrelation between Speech Perception and Phonological Acquisition from Infant to Adult

The Interrelation between Speech Perception and Phonological Acquisition from Infant to Adult,Cynthia Brown

The Interrelation between Speech Perception and Phonological Acquisition from Infant to Adult   (Citations: 29)
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    • ...This differentiation between “new” and “similar” sounds is also found in many other models of L2 sound perception, such as Flege’s Speech Learning Model (Flege 1995, 2003, 2004), Best’s Perceptual Assimilation model (Best 1995, 2003), Major’s Ontogeny Phylogeny Model (Major 2001, 2002), Kuhl’s Native Language Magnet model (Kuhl 2000), and Brown’s Phonological Interference model (Brown 1998, 2000)...

    Paola Escudero. The linguistic perception of similar L2 sounds

    • ...Other models are based on similar proposals, but rely on abstract phonetic (Flege, 1995) or even phonological features (Lado, 1957; Brown, 1998, 2000)...
    • ...Third, models that are formulated in terms of the influence of native phonological features (Lado, 1957; Brown, 2000) correctly predict an impairment in stress processing in French...

    Emmanuel Dupouxet al. Persistent stress ‘deafness’: The case of French learners of Spanish

    • ...There are two principal modes of human auditory perception: the continuous mode and the categorical mode (Brown, 2000; Jusczyk, 1997; Wode, 1994)...

    Hui-Li Linet al. The Effects of Early English Learning on Auditory Perception of Englis...

    • ...I.2. Articulatory-perceptual (Brown 2000) Table 3. Predictions for L2 acquisition of English contrasts Eng Jap Chin Contrast Jap Chin Acquirable in...

    Lydia White. GRAMMATICAL THEORY, INTERFACES AND L2 KNOWLEDGE

    • ... language (L2) phonological acquisition has argued that the relative ease and difficulty that adult L2 learners encounter with particular novel segments can be attributed to the underlying inventory of phonological features required to represent contrasts in the learner’s first language (L1): segments which present difficulty in acquisition are precisely those whose representations require features that are not supplied by the L1 (Brown, 1997, ...
    • ...In Brown’s view, the difficulty that native Japanese speakers encounter with the novel English /l/ vs. /r/ contrast (Yamada, 1995) is due to the absence of the feature [coronal] from underspecified inputs in the Japanese grammar; [coronal] is required for the representation of /l/ in English (Brown, 1997, 2000)...
    • ...Native Chinese speakers, on the other hand, show improvement with increasing proficiency on this novel contrast as the Chinese grammar does supply all the necessary features for the representation of /l/: crucially, the Chinese phonemic inventory contains sub-coronal contrasts, thereby implicating the presence of [coronal] in the grammar (Brown, 1997, 2000)...

    Jennifer Mahet al. The Trouble with /h/: Evidence from ERPs

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