volume 34, issue 2, P285-293 2006
DOI: 10.1016/j.wocn.2004.11.003
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Natasha Warner, Erin Good, Allard Jongman, Joan Sereno

Abstract: AbstractThis study, following up on work on Dutch by Warner, Jongman, Sereno, and Kemps (2004. Journal of Phonetics, 32, 251-276), investigates the influence of orthographic distinctions and underlying morphological distinctions on the small sub-phonemic durational differences that have been called incomplete neutralization. One part of the previous work indicated that an orthographic geminate/ singleton distinction could cause speakers to produce an incomplete neutralization effect. However, one interpretat…

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