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Linguistic experience and audio-visual perception of non-native fricatives
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FIG. 1.

Mean percent correct responses for each place of articulation (labiodental, interdental, and alveolar) and modality (A, V, and AVc) in quiet (Q, left panels) and noise (N, right panels) backgrounds by English (black lines) and Mandarin Chinese long LOR group (dark gray lines) and short LOR group (light gray lines). “” represents significant statistical results comparing among the three participant groups for each place of articulation and input modality.

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Mean percent responses for incongruent AV stimuli in (a) quiet and (b) noise backgrounds by English (black bars), Mandarin Chinese long LOR group (dark gray bars), and short LOR group (light gray bars). “A match” and “V match” indicate correct responses matching A and V components, respectively. “AV-fusion” refers to interdental responses matching neither the A nor the V component, corresponding to the McGurk effect. “*” represents significant statistical results comparing among the three participant groups for each place of articulation and input modality.

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TABLE I.

Participants’ language background information. [LOR: mean length of residence in Canada (years); AOA: mean age of arrival in Canada; AOL: age of initial English learning; English study: mean number of years of formal English study; Mandarin input: mean percent daily input in Mandarin (L1); English input: mean percent daily input in English (L2). Means are based on averages across participants, and the range across participants is included in parentheses.]

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TABLE II.

Mean percent correct responses for the main effects in the identification of the target fricative stimuli by English and Mandarin long LOR and short LOR participants, as a function of (i) place of articulation, (ii) modality, and (iii) background. Standard deviations are in parentheses.

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TABLE III.

Confusion matrix for the A, V, and AVc conditions. Mean percent responses (%) in the identification of the interdental fricatives given the response options: labial, interdental, and alveolar by English and Mandarin long LOR and short LOR participants.

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Scitation: Linguistic experience and audio-visual perception of non-native fricatives
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/asa/journal/jasa/124/3/10.1121/1.2956483
10.1121/1.2956483
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