Boosting lexical support does not enhance lexically guided perceptual learning (OSF repository)

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Description: Files associated with paper by Luthra, Magnuson, & Myers


A challenge for listeners is to learn the appropriate mapping between acoustics and phonetic categories for an individual talker. Lexically guided perceptual learning (LGPL) studies have shown that listeners can leverage lexical knowledge to guide this process. For instance, listeners learn to interpret ambiguous /s/-/∫/ blends as /s/ if they have previously encountered them in /s/-biased contexts...


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