volume 36, issue 2, P345-360 2008
DOI: 10.1016/j.wocn.2007.11.002
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Paola Escudero, Rachel Hayes-Harb, Holger Mitterer

Abstract: AbstractThe lexical and phonetic mapping of auditorily confusable L2 nonwords was examined by teaching L2 learners novel words and by later examining their word recognition using an eye-tracking paradigm. During word learning, two groups of highly proficient Dutch learners of English learned 20 English nonwords, of which 10 contained the English contrast /e/-ae/ (a confusable contrast for native Dutch speakers). One group of subjects learned the words by matching their auditory forms to pictured meanings, whi…

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