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ERIC Number: EJ236867
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1980-Oct
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Learning the Phonetic Cues to the Voiced-Voiceless Distinction: A Comparison of Child and Adult Speech Perception.
Greenlee, Mel
Journal of Child Language, v7 n3 p459-68 Oct 1980
Discusses a study comparing children's perception of temporal acoustic cues to that of adults. Subjects were asked to identify voiced or voiced CVC words with uniformly voiceless final obstruents but in which vowel duration was systematically varied. Results show that subject age and vowel duration of test stimuli affect identification processes. (PJM)
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Opinion Papers
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Language: English
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