When half a word is enough: infants can recognize spoken words using partial phonetic information
Adults process speech incrementally, rapidly identifying spoken words on the basis of initial phonetic information sufficient to distinguish them from alternatives. In this study, infants in the second year also made use of word-initial information to understand fluent speech. The time course of... Full description
|1st Person:||Fernald, Anne|
|Additional Persons:||Swingley, Daniel; Pinto, John P.|
|Source:||in: Child Development (Blackwell Publishing Limited, 2001), Vol. 72, p. 1003-1015|
|Type of Publication:||Article|
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