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Training the perception of Hindi dental and retroflex stops by native speakers of American English and Japanese
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Accuracy of identification of the Hindi dental-retroflex distinction in four different voicing/aspiration contexts by American, Japanese, and Hindi participants. The error bars represent Fisher’s least significant difference values.

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Percent correct identification on the “Basic Training Speaker” tokens in the training mini-tests for each training session, plotted by language group and speaker.

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Percent correct identification on all mini-tests in each training session, plotted by language group.

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Percent correct identification on trained and untrained vowel contexts in pretest and posttest, plotted by vowel and language group. (Transfer across vowels.) The error bars represent Fisher’s least significant difference values.

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Percent correct identification for trained and nontrained voicing/aspiration contexts in pretest and posttest, plotted by language group and voicing/aspiration context. (Transfer across voicing/aspiration contexts).

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TABLE I.

Participant’s reports of the similarity of the training stimuli (voiced-aspirated dental and retroflex consonants) to speech sounds of their native language.

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Scitation: Training the perception of Hindi dental and retroflex stops by native speakers of American English and Japanese
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/asa/journal/jasa/119/3/10.1121/1.2161427
10.1121/1.2161427
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