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.
|Publication status||Published - 2015|
|Event||International Convention of Psychological Science - Amsterdam, Netherlands|
Duration: 12 Mar 2015 → 14 Mar 2015
|Conference||International Convention of Psychological Science|
|Abbreviated title||ICPS 2015|
|Period||12/03/15 → 14/03/15|
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.