Are changes in articulatory settings responsible for the language switching cost?

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We explored whether changes in articulatory setting are responsible for language switching costs. In two experiments, participants switched between different within-language articulatory settings (glottal stop vs aspirated /t/; whispering vs normal voice). Our results show similar switch costs exist even when removing the between-language manipulation from this established paradigm.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2015
EventInternational Convention of Psychological Science - Amsterdam, Netherlands
Duration: 12 Mar 201514 Mar 2015
https://www.psychologicalscience.org/conventions/archive/2015-icps

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ConferenceInternational Convention of Psychological Science
Abbreviated titleICPS 2015
CountryNetherlands
CityAmsterdam
Period12/03/1514/03/15
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Kirk, N. W., Scott-Brown, K. C., & Kempe, V. (2015). Are changes in articulatory settings responsible for the language switching cost?. Abstract from International Convention of Psychological Science, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Kirk, Neil W. ; Scott-Brown, Kenneth C. ; Kempe, Vera. / Are changes in articulatory settings responsible for the language switching cost?. Abstract from International Convention of Psychological Science, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
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Kirk, NW, Scott-Brown, KC & Kempe, V 2015, 'Are changes in articulatory settings responsible for the language switching cost?', International Convention of Psychological Science, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 12/03/15 - 14/03/15.

Are changes in articulatory settings responsible for the language switching cost? / Kirk, Neil W.; Scott-Brown, Kenneth C.; Kempe, Vera.

2015. Abstract from International Convention of Psychological Science, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

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