Journal of Phonetics volume 34, issue 1, P73-103 2006 DOI: 10.1016/j.wocn.2005.03.003 View full text
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Holger Mitterer, Mirjam Ernestus

Abstract: AbstractIn everyday speech, words may be reduced. Little is known about the consequences of such reductions for spoken word comprehension. This study investigated /t/-lenition in Dutch in two corpus studies and three perceptual experiments. The production studies revealed that /t/-lenition is most likely to occur after [s] and before bilabial consonants. The perception experiments showed that listeners take into account both phonological context, phonetic detail, and the lexical status of the form in the inte…

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