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A series of studies in modelling consonantal confusions, both by native English speakers and by non-native speakers. Project supported partially by NSF Grant BCS-04406540 (“Prosody in Cross-Language Production and Perception” from August ,2005 – August, 2009.

2009

 

 

 

Silbert, N. H., de Jong, K., Thomas, R. D., & Townsend, J. T. (2009).  “Diagonal d-prime does not (always) Diagnose Failure of Separability: An Addendum to Kingston, Diehl, Kirk, and Castleman (2008).”  Journal of Phonetics, 37: 339-343.

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Silbert, N.H., K.J. de Jong, J.J. Lentz, and J.T. Townsend (2009).  “Integration of Phonological Information in Obstruent Consonant Identification”. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 126: 4pSC18.

 

 

Hao, Y.C., and K.J. de Jong (2009).  “Confusion Direction Differences in Second Language Production and Perception.”  Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 125: 2757, 4pSW35.

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2008

 

 

 

de Jong, K.J., Y.C. Hao, H. Park, and N.H. Silbert (2008).  “Novel-category Biases in Second Language Perception and Production.”  IULC Working Papers – Online, 8-09. Abstract also appears as “The ‘[+English]’ Effect in English Acquisition:  Novel Category Biases in Second Language Production and Perception.” Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 123: 3332, 2pSCc53.

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2007

 

 

 

Silbert, N.H., and K. J. de Jong (2007).  “Response Bias, Type and Token Frequency, and Prosodic Context in Segment Identification.” Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 122:3019, 3aSCa15.

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Silbert, N.H., and K.D. de Jong (2007).  “Distinctive Features and Mathematical Models of Perception and Decision Making.”  Paper presented at the International Conference: Where do Features Come from?  Phonological Primitives in the Brain, the Mouth, and the Ear, 5 October, 2007, Sorbonne, Paris, France.

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Silbert, N.H., and K.J. de Jong (2007). Laryngeal feature structure in 1st and 2nd language speech perception.  In J. Trouvain and W.J. Barry (eds.), ICPhS XVI (pp. 1901 - 1905).

 

2006

 

 

 

Silbert, N.H., and K.J. de Jong (2006).  Phonological features and sub-categorical structure in speech perception.”  Paper presented at PhonologyFest 2006, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN., 24 June, 2006.

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de Jong, K.J., and N. Silbert (2006).  On segmental factorability in second language learning. IULC Working Papers – Online, 6-02.  Also presented as paper B10 at the First ASA Workshop on Second Language Acquisition, 15 May, 2005, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

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2005

 

 

 

Silbert, N, K.J. de Jong, and H. Park (2005).  “Linguistic Generalization in L2 Consonant Identification Accuracy:  a Preliminary Report.”  IULC Working Papers – Online, 5-01.

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2004

 

 

 

de Jong, K., Silbert, N., and Park, H.(2004). Segments and segmental properties in cross-language perception: Korean perception of English obstruents in various prosodic locations. Poster presented at the 147th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, New York, New York. Session number is 2pSC8.

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