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Focusing the lens of language experience: Perception of Ma'di stops by Greek and English bilinguals and monolinguals
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FIG. 1.

Ma'di prevoiced bilabial plosive /b/.

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FIG. 2.

Ma'di voiceless unaspirated bilabial plosive /p/.

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FIG. 3.

Ma'di prenasalized bilabial plosive /mb/.

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FIG. 4.

Ma'di prevoiced bilabial implosive /ɓ/.

Tables

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TABLE I.

Predicted assimilation patterns for the English and Greek monolinguals for the Ma'di prevoiced-voiceless, prevoiced-prenasalized, and prevoiced plosive-implosive contrasts. Discrimination performance is predicted to follow the gradient TC > CG > SC, and UC will depend on the amount of overlap in the assigned category labels for the two Ma'di phones comprising the contrast.

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TABLE II.

Bilinguals' age, age of acquisition, mean self-ratings of their mastery of Greek (L1) and English (L2) (1 = very little; 5 = very well), and estimated daily use. Monolinguals' demographics are included for comparison.

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TABLE III.

Acoustic attributes of the Ma'di bilabial and coronal stimulus tokens. Descriptions of measurement procedures for stop closure, burst, and VOT durations are presented in text.

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TABLE IV.

Mean percent identification (and goodness ratings 1–7) of Ma'di syllable-initial bilabial stop consonants by monolinguals and bilinguals in English and Greek language modes.

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TABLE V.

Mean percent identification (and goodness ratings 1–7) of Ma'di syllable-initial coronal stop consonants by monolinguals and bilinguals in English and Greek language modes.

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TABLE VI.

Monolinguals' and bilinguals' assimilation patterns for Ma'di syllable-initial stop contrasts.

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TABLE VII.

Monolinguals' and bilinguals' mean % correct discrimination of Ma'di initial position stop-voicing contrasts (standard error in parentheses).

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Scitation: Focusing the lens of language experience: Perception of Ma'di stops by Greek and English bilinguals and monolinguals
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/asa/journal/jasa/133/4/10.1121/1.4792358
10.1121/1.4792358
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