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LINGUIST List 17.2996

Thu Oct 12 2006

Qs: Phonological Neighborhood Studies in Mandarin

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        1.    Peitzu Tsai, Phonological Neighborhood Studies in Mandarin


Message 1: Phonological Neighborhood Studies in Mandarin
Date: 11-Oct-2006
From: Peitzu Tsai <ptsaihesp.umd.edu>
Subject: Phonological Neighborhood Studies in Mandarin


Hello everyone,

I an searching for information on phonological neighborhood in Mandarin
Chinese and its effects on production/perception, yet the studies I pulled
up from databases related to Chinese are all examining orthographic
neighborhood in word processing. Does anyone know if such research has
been conducted on speech production/perception in Mandarin or if any
research team is currently working on it?

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Peitzu
ptsaihesp.umd.edu

Linguistic Field(s): Psycholinguistics

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