Distinctive features: phonological underspecification in representation and processing
Phonological variation of any sort (determined by speech styles, phrasing, or morphophonological rules) affecting the shapes of words and morphemes are a matter of concern for theories of speech perception and language comprehension. To come to grips with parsing the speech stream, accessing the lexicon and ultimately recognizing words, both representational as well as processing issues must be considered. The central questions in the research presented here are: What is represented in the me...Expand abstract
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