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Going with TRACE beyond Infant Mispronunciation Studies: Lexical Networks and Phoneme Competition

Presented at Sapporo (Japan), August 1-4, 2012
PublisherAustin, TX : Cognitive Science Society
Publication date2012
Abstract

The TRACE model of speech perception (McClelland & Elman, 1986) is used to simulate graded sensitivity to mispronunciations of familiar words as reported by White and Morgan (2008). Our simulations predict that phoneme or lexical competition may be absent in the mental lexicons of the 19-month-old infants tested experimentally.

Keywords
  • Word learning
  • Speech perception
  • Language acquisition
  • Inhibition
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MAYOR, Julien, PLUNKETT, Kim. Going with TRACE beyond Infant Mispronunciation Studies: Lexical Networks and Phoneme Competition. In: Building Bridges Across Cognitive Sciences Around the World. Proceedings of the 34th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Sapporo (Japan). Austin, TX : Cognitive Science Society, 2012. p. 737–742.
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