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Achievements and Perspectives in SLA of Speech: New Sounds 2010

Volume I

Series:

Magdalena Wrembel, Malgorzata Kul and Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kolaczyk

Contents: Cristina Aliaga-Garcia: Measuring perceptual cue weighting after training: A comparison of auditory vs. articulatory training methods – Walcir Cardoso: Teaching foreign sC onset clusters – Juli Cebrian/Joan C. Mora/Cristina Aliaga-Garcia: Assessing crosslinguistic similarity by means of rated dissimilarity and perceptual assimilation tasks – Eva Cerviño-Povedano/Joan C. Mora: Investigating Catalan-Spanish bilingual EFL learners’ over-reliance on duration: Vowel cue weighting and phonological short-term memory – Dina El-Dakhs: Lexical access in second language speech production: The case of Arabic-English bilinguals – Cheryl Frenck-Mestre/Pauline Peri/Christine Meunier/Robert Espesser: Perceiving non-native vowel contrasts: ERP evidence of the effect of experience – Anastasia Giannakopoulou/Maria Uther/Sari Ylinen: Phonetic cue-weighting in the acquisition of a second language (L2): Evidence from Greek speakers of English – Jian Gong/Martin Cooke/M. Luisa García Lecumberri: Towards a quantitative model of Mandarin Chinese perception of English consonants – Silke Hamann/Paul Boersma/Małgorzata Ćavar: Language-specific differences in the weighting of perceptual cues for labiodentals – Xuliang He/Vincent J. van Heuven/Carlos Gussenhoven: Choosing the optimal pitch accent location in Dutch by Chinese learners and native listeners – Sam Hellmuth: Accent distribution effects in L2 English: Causes and implications – Miyoko Inoue: Phonetic cues used by Swedish speaking learners in perception of Japanese quantity – Susan Jackson/John Archibald: Phonological representations and perception of L2 contrasts – Matthias Jilka/Natalie Lewandowska/Giuseppina Rota: Investigating the concept of talent in phonetic performance – Michal Kubánek/Václav Jonáš Podlipský: Does reliance on top-down cues in L2 speech perception change with growing experience? – Vladimir Kulikov: Features, cues, and syllable structure in the acquisition of Russian palatalization by L2 American learners – Mary O’Brien/Ulrike Gut: Phonological and phonetic realisation of different types of focus in L2 speech – Öner Özçelik: L2 acquisition of sentential stress: Implications for UG – Sandra Schwab/Joaquim Llisterri: The perception of Spanish lexical stress by French speakers: Stress identification and time cost – Geoff Schwartz: Avoiding stop insertion after English /ŋ/ - a representational solution – Helena Spilková/Wim A. van Dommelen: Function words in read and spontaneous speech produced by L2 and L1 speakers – Bruce L. Smith/Rachel Hayes-Harb: Speech production and speech perception by German speakers learning English as a second language – Laura Catharine Smith/Wendy Baker: Acquiring the high vowel contrast in Quebec French: How assibilation helps – Annelie Tuinman/Anne Cutler: L1 knowledge and the perception of casual speech processes in L2 – Ewa Waniek-Klimczak: Aspiration and style: A sociophonetic study of the VOT in Polish learners of English – Magdalena Wrembel/Andrzej Grzybowski: Reinvestigating sound-colour mappings in L1 and L2 vowel perception – Martha Young-Scholten: Development in L2 phonology: Another perspective on age.