Speech sample type and children's segmental durations. Beardsley, A N and Cullinam, W L Journal of Phonetics, 15:29-38.
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This study investigates two issues: the effect of bilingualism(Greek/AustralianEnglish) on speakers' ability to perceive unfamiliar speech contrasts (in this case Thai); and whether speakers' speech productions bear any relationship to their speech perception. Thai has three bilabial stop contrasts in word-initial position, voiced /b/,voiceless /p/ and voiceless aspirated /ph/. English and Greek both have two-way voicing distinctions, voiced /b/ and voiceless /p/, but in the wordinitial position in English, /p/ is realized as an aspirated [ph] and only occurs as an unaspirated [p] when in other than the initial position. Experiment 1 examined the perception of Thai bilabial stops by monolingual Australian-English speakers, bilingual Greek/Australian-English speakers, and a control group of Thai speakers. Experiment 2 examined the production of bilabial stops by these speaker groups. The results of Experiment 1 show no difference between the three speaker groups when discriminating the Thai distinctions /ba/ versus /pp̌hantom\\, author = Beach, Elizabeth Francis and Burnham, Denis K and Kitamura, Christine, doi = 10.1177/13670069010050020501, file = :Users/joaquim_llisterri/Bibliografia/Joaquim Mendeley/Beach, Burnham, Kitamura/Beach, Burnham, Kitamura - 2001 - Bilingualism and the relationship between perception and production GreekEnglish bilinguals and Thai b.pdf:pdf, issn = 1367-0069, journal = International Journal of Bilingualism, keywords = bilingualism,phonetics, mendeley-tags = bilingualism,phonetics, month = jun, number = 2, pages = 221--235, title = Bilingualism and the relationship between perception and production: Greek/English bilinguals and Thai bilabial stops, url = http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/13670069010050020501 http://ijb.sagepub.com/cgi/doi/10.1177/13670069010050020501, volume = 5, Date = 2001
@article{beardsley_speech_1987,
	Author = {Beardsley, A N and Cullinam, W L},
	Date = {1987},
	Date-Modified = {2016-09-24 18:55:58 +0000},
	Journal = {Journal of Phonetics},
	Keywords = {duration, L1 acquisition, phonetics, prosody, segmental, temporal factors},
	Pages = {29-38},
	Title = {Speech sample type and children's segmental durations},
	Volume = {15},
	Abstract = {This study investigates two issues: the effect of bilingualism(Greek/AustralianEnglish) on speakers' ability to perceive unfamiliar speech contrasts (in this case Thai); and whether speakers' speech productions bear any relationship to their speech perception. Thai has three bilabial stop contrasts in word-initial position, voiced /b/,voiceless /p/ and voiceless aspirated /ph/. English and Greek both have two-way voicing distinctions, voiced /b/ and voiceless /p/, but in the wordinitial position in English, /p/ is realized as an aspirated [ph] and only occurs as an unaspirated [p] when in other than the initial position. Experiment 1 examined the perception of Thai bilabial stops by monolingual Australian-English speakers, bilingual Greek/Australian-English speakers, and a control group of Thai speakers. Experiment 2 examined the production of bilabial stops by these speaker groups. The results of Experiment 1 show no difference between the three speaker groups when discriminating the Thai distinctions /ba/ versus /p\vphantom{\{}\}, author = Beach, Elizabeth Francis and Burnham, Denis K and Kitamura, Christine, doi = 10.1177/13670069010050020501, file = :Users/joaquim\_llisterri/Bibliografia/Joaquim Mendeley/Beach, Burnham, Kitamura/Beach, Burnham, Kitamura - 2001 - Bilingualism and the relationship between perception and production GreekEnglish bilinguals and Thai b.pdf:pdf, issn = 1367-0069, journal = International Journal of Bilingualism, keywords = bilingualism,phonetics, mendeley-tags = bilingualism,phonetics, month = jun, number = 2, pages = 221--235, title = Bilingualism and the relationship between perception and production: Greek/English bilinguals and Thai bilabial stops, url = http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/13670069010050020501 http://ijb.sagepub.com/cgi/doi/10.1177/13670069010050020501, volume = 5, Date = 2001}}
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