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No Influence of Articulatory Suppression on the Word and Pseudoword Superiority Effects
In this study, we explored the role of phonological recoding in word and pseudoword superiority effects, previously characterized as pure orthographic effects. Participants were asked to identify letters embedded in briefly ...
The influence of phonetic features on the perception of accented speech
When learning a second language, speakers often produce certain phonetic features of that language differently than native speakers, which results in accented speech. Between Spanish and English, there are a number of ...
Cross-language neighborhood density effects in early and late bilingual word recognition
A central debate in research involving bilinguals is related to how the languages possessed by bilinguals interact while orthographic processing of one language occurs. Past research suggests that there is influence from ...
Exploring The Relationship Between Oral and Orthographic Skills in Deaf Individuals
This study examines the relationship between speech production skills and orthographic skills in deaf readers using behavioral indices of word form processing. The Reicher- Wheeler forced-choiced paradigm was used to ...