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Speech Recoding in Memory

Cantonese Spoken Word Retention by Speakers with and without Congenital Amusia: Implications from Phonological Similarity and Cognitive Load Effects


Success in spoken word processing relies not only on accurate word recognition but also the veracity with which words are maintained in memory. However, research on word retention is still scarce, especially in tonal languages and phonologically impaired populations. To address these gaps, the present study administered an auditory order recall task to native Cantonese speakers with and without amusia. Stimuli intrinsic (segmental similarity, suprasegmental similarity, and lexicality) and extrinsic (cognitive load) factors were manipulated.

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Xiao Wang, Gang Peng
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9 October 2016 - 2:54pm
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[1] Xiao Wang, Gang Peng, "Cantonese Spoken Word Retention by Speakers with and without Congenital Amusia: Implications from Phonological Similarity and Cognitive Load Effects", IEEE SigPort, 2016. [Online]. Available: http://sigport.org/1153. Accessed: Aug. 06, 2020.
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Xiao Wang, Gang Peng. (2016). Cantonese Spoken Word Retention by Speakers with and without Congenital Amusia: Implications from Phonological Similarity and Cognitive Load Effects. IEEE SigPort. http://sigport.org/1153
Xiao Wang, Gang Peng, 2016. Cantonese Spoken Word Retention by Speakers with and without Congenital Amusia: Implications from Phonological Similarity and Cognitive Load Effects. Available at: http://sigport.org/1153.
Xiao Wang, Gang Peng. (2016). "Cantonese Spoken Word Retention by Speakers with and without Congenital Amusia: Implications from Phonological Similarity and Cognitive Load Effects." Web.
1. Xiao Wang, Gang Peng. Cantonese Spoken Word Retention by Speakers with and without Congenital Amusia: Implications from Phonological Similarity and Cognitive Load Effects [Internet]. IEEE SigPort; 2016. Available from : http://sigport.org/1153