LINGUIST List 10.1805

Sat Nov 27 1999

Qs: Phoneme Confusion Matrices, Time and Gender

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  1. Bob McMurray, Phoneme confusion matrices
  2. Meghan P.L. McKinnie, Time and Gender

Message 1: Phoneme confusion matrices

Date: Wed, 24 Nov 1999 10:04:09 -0500 (EST)
From: Bob McMurray <mcmurraybcs.rochester.edu>
Subject: Phoneme confusion matrices

Hi All-

I've seen references to phoneme confusion matrices scattered throughout
the speech literature but can't seem to find any raw confusion data
anywhere. Does anyone know where I can get the raw phoneme confusion data
for the phonemes of English?

Thanks,

Bob McMurray
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Message 2: Time and Gender

Date: Thu, 25 Nov 1999 11:38:21 -0700
From: Meghan P.L. McKinnie <mckinnieualberta.ca>
Subject: Time and Gender

Dear subscribers,

I am presently working on a project which addresses the effects of time on
the acquisition of grammatical gender and gender assignment strategies of
learners of German (all university levels). I have found a number of
articles which deal with the effects of time on foreign accent and one on
pronoun acquisition in Dutch but few longitudinal studies on the
acquisition of grammatical concepts and nothing which addresses German
specifically. 

If any reader could assist me with suggestions for any language (but
especially for L2 German), I would be very grateful. 

Meghan McKinnie
PhD student, German Applied Linguistics
University of Alberta, Canada

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Meghan P.L. McKinnie
PhD student - German Applied Linguistics
Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies
University of Alberta
Edmonton, AB
Canada
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