L2 French vowel production: The relationship with speech perception and phonological memory
This study explored how second language (L2) speech production of French nasal vowels is related to both L2 speech perception and individual cognitive differences in phonological short-term memory (PSTM) and working memory (WM). Thirty-two Australian-English native speakers enrolled in French language courses completed a delayed-repetition task to assess their production and a set of force-choice identification tasks in audiovisual (AV), audio-only (A) and visual-only (V) modalities to...[Show more]
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|Source:||Perception and Pronunciation|
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