Bilingual and Monolingual Infants' Recognition of Words Spoken in Foreign Accents

Dillon, Brendan R.

Lexical acquisition is one of the most challenging tasks human infants face. Once they are able to separate and identify word forms from fluent speech and map those words onto their meanings, infants must also decipher how much perceptual change in speech is indicative of a phonetic and thus potential meaning change. The current study investigated the effect of foreign accents on reco... read more

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