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10th International Conference on Speech Prosody 2020
The ability to store prosodic information is known to be modulated by the use of prosodic contrasts in one's first language (L1). We tested to what extent this L1-dependent ability can vary along the levels of word goodness of the stimuli (a word, a pseudoword respecting L1 phonotactics; henceforth native pseudoword, or a pseudoword violating L1 phonotactics; henceforth nonnative pseudoword). Three L1 groups; Mandarin, Japanese and German listeners participated into an online adaptive versiondoi:10.21437/speechprosody.2020-96 fatcat:4msl2njavnb7rfm62kddxqiqlq