We’ve got a new paper out in JASA reporting on the conditions that are required for learners to generalize learning of a non-native contrast from a trained talker to a novel talker (spoiler alert: sleep matters).
- Earle, F.S., & Myers, E.B. (2014). Overnight consolidation promotes generalization across talkers in the identification of nonnative speech sounds. JASA-EL (Vol.137, No.1). DOI: 10.1121/1.4903918