Interlanguage phonology : acquisition of timing control and perceptual categorization of durational contrast in Japanese
The timing organization of phonological durational contrast is known to be one of the most challenging areas in the acquisition of Japanese phonology (Sugito 1989; Muraki and Nakaoka 1990; Han 1992; Toda 1994). This study examines the acquisition of timing control and perceptual categorization of the durational contrast in Japanese, and aims to contribute to second language acquisition theory from the viewpoint of interlanguage phonology. Acoustic techniques were used to investigate the...[Show more]
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