Derived contrasts in Scottish English: an EEG study

Abstract : We assessed the Gradient Phonemicity Hypothesis by testing whether a duration-based derived contrast in Scottish English can be seen phonemic just as a contrast based on vowel quality. We examined the electrophysiological correlates of the perception of such contrasts in native Scottish and French speakers. Results revealed differences between the two groups, mostly in the perception of duration-based contrasts and suggest that derived contrasts may be regarded as phonemic contrasts.
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17th ICPhS (ICPhS 2011), Aug 2011, Hong-Kong, China. Proceedings of ICPhS 2011, 2011, 〈http://www.ddl.ish-lyon.cnrs.fr/fulltext/ferragne/Boulenger_2011_icphs.pdf〉
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Véronique Boulenger, Emmanuel Ferragne, Nathalie Bedoin, Francois Pellegrino. Derived contrasts in Scottish English: an EEG study. 17th ICPhS (ICPhS 2011), Aug 2011, Hong-Kong, China. Proceedings of ICPhS 2011, 2011, 〈http://www.ddl.ish-lyon.cnrs.fr/fulltext/ferragne/Boulenger_2011_icphs.pdf〉. 〈hal-01240253〉

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