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Consonant identification in noise by native and non-native listeners: Effects of local context
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10.1121/1.2946707
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Percentage of correctly recognized American English consonants in easy versus difficult listening conditions (a) for Dutch-L1 non-native listeners and American English native controls, at and SNR in six-talker babble; (b) for Spanish-L1 non-native listeners and British English native controls, in quiet and at SNR in eight-talker babble.

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Percentage of correctly recognized American English consonants for Dutch-L1 non-native listeners and British English native controls, in quiet and at SNR in eight-talker babble.

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Scitation: Consonant identification in noise by native and non-native listeners: Effects of local context
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