The Recognition of Phonologically Assimilated Words Does Not Depend on Specific Language Experience

Cognitive Science 30 (3):451-479 (2006)

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Keywords Continuous speech  Speech perception  Hungarian  Dutch  Phonology  Phonological assimilation
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DOI 10.1207/s15516709cog0000_57
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