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The time course of perception of coarticulation
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FIG. 1.

(Color online) Sample screen shot for the trial set–scent.

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FIG. 2.

Mean latency of first correct fixations on trials with auditory [C NC] according to vowel nasalization (left, right panels), competitor picture (bar type), and coda voicing (voiced: left set of bars in each panel; voiceless: right set). Errors bars represent standard error of the mean.

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Pooled proportion correct fixations on trials with auditory [C NC] according to degree of vowel nasalization (filled vs unfilled symbols) and competitor image (circles vs triangles) for voiced and voiceless conditions. Short dashed line: early vowel nasalization onset; solid line: late vowel nasalization onset; dotted line: N onset. Arrows indicate 200 ms eye movement programming delay.

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Illustration, for send, of 360 ms window (shaded portion) used for the linear mixed model fit to proportion correct fixations for [C NC] stimuli. Dotted line marks onset of vowel nasalization; arrow marks 200 ms delay from onset of early vowel nasalization.

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Mean latency of first correct fixations on trials with auditory [CVC] according to competitor picture (bar type) and coda voicing (voiced: left set of bars; voiceless: right set).

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Pooled proportion correct fixations on trials with auditory [CVC] according to voicing (filled vs unfilled symbols) and competitor image (circles vs triangles).

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Mean latency of first correct fixations on CVNC-CVC visual trials according to auditory stimulus (bar type) and coda voicing (voiced: left set of bars; voiceless: right set).

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Pooled proportion correct fixations on trials with auditory [C C] (pluses) and [C earlyNC] (circles) in voiced and voiceless conditions. Dotted lines indicate location of N excision; arrows indicate 200 ms eye movement programming delay.

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For each of 23 listeners, latency of first correct fixations on CVNC-CVC visual trials according to coda voicing (left and right panels) and auditory stimulus ([C earlyNC] = left side of each panel and [C C] = right side).

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Proportion correct fixations of three listeners to trials with auditory [C C] and [C earlyNC] in voiced and voiceless conditions.

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For voiced and voiceless contexts, scatter plot of relation between proportion CVNC fixations in auditory [C C] trials (x axis) against latency of initial correct fixations in auditory [C NC] trials (y axis). Numbers: individual listeners. Solid regression lines: all listeners; dashed: “look away” listeners (in bold) excluded. (See text for explanation.)

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TABLE I.

Average durations (in ms) of VN portions of target stimuli.

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TABLE II.

Pairings of visual images.

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TABLE III.

Auditory stimuli for each type of visual pairing.

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TABLE IV.

Log (base 2) frequencies of target words based on COCA ( Davies, 2008 ).

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TABLE V.

Predicted fixation patterns for planned comparisons of stimulus pairs, illustrated for the bet-bed-bent-bend set. Bold indicates the auditory stimulus; x–y indicates the visual pairing. “<” and “=” refer to relative latencies of initial correct fixations.

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TABLE VI.

Paired comparisons testing Hypothesis 1 from linear mixed model fit to first correct fixation latencies for auditory [C NC]. Bold indicates the auditory stimulus in each comparison.

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TABLE VII.

Paired comparisons testing Hypothesis 1 from linear mixed model fit to proportion correct fixations for auditory [C NC]. Bold indicates the auditory stimulus in each comparison.

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