Listening through the native tongue: A review essay on Cutler's Native listening: Language experience and the recognition of spoken words

Philosophical Psychology 28 (7):1064-1078 (2015)

Speech perception has been a very productive and important area in psycholinguistics. In this review easy, I discuss Cutler's new book on native language listening. Cutler argues for a theory of speech perception, where all speech perception is accomplished by competence in native speech. I review this book and attempt to situate its main contributions in the broader context of cognitive science
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DOI 10.1080/09515089.2014.896697
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