The effect of perceived phonetic similarity on non-native sound learning by children and adults. Baker, W.; Trofimovich, P.; Mack, M.; and Flege, J. E. In Do, A; Domínguez, L; and Johansen, A, editors, Proceedings of the 26th Boston University Conference on Language Development, pages 36-47, Somerville, MA. Cascadilla Press.
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@inproceedings{baker_effect_2002,
	Address = {Somerville, MA},
	Author = {Baker, Wendy and Trofimovich, Pavel and Mack, Molly and Flege, James Emil},
	Booktitle = {Proceedings of the 26th Boston University Conference on Language Development},
	Date = {2002},
	Date-Modified = {2016-09-24 18:55:58 +0000},
	Editor = {Do, A and Domínguez, L and Johansen, A},
	Keywords = {L2, L2 acquisition, phonetics, speech perception},
	Pages = {36-47},
	Publisher = {Cascadilla Press},
	Title = {The effect of perceived phonetic similarity on non-native sound learning by children and adults},
	Url = {http://jimflege.com/files/Baker_Trofimovich_BUCLD_26_Boston_2002.pdf},
	Bdsk-Url-1 = {http://jimflege.com/files/Baker_Trofimovich_BUCLD_26_Boston_2002.pdf}}
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