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Pronunciation and the frequency meaningfulness effect in children"s frequency discrimination

Elizabeth Schwenn Ghatala

Pronunciation and the frequency meaningfulness effect in children"s frequency discrimination

report from the Project on Children"s Learning and Development

by Elizabeth Schwenn Ghatala

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Published by Wisconsin Research and Development Center for Cognitive Learning, University of Wisconsin in Madison .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Children -- Language.,
  • English language -- Word frequency.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Elizabeth S. Ghatala, Joel R. Levin, and Larry Wilder.
    SeriesTechnical report - Wisconsin Research and Development Center for Cognitive Learning ; no. 344
    ContributionsLevin, Joel R., joint author., Wilder, Larry, joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB1059 .W478 no. 344, LB1139.L3 .W478 no. 344
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 9 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4858633M
    LC Control Number75624165

      The word frequency effect (WFE) has been taken as evidence that recall and recognition are in some way fundamentally different. Consequently, most models assume that recall and recognition operate via very different retrieval mechanisms. Experiment 1 showed that the WFE reverses for associative recognition, which requires discrimination between intact test pairs and recombinations of Cited by: Frequency representation 1. Development of frequency discrimination and frequency resolution 2. Development of mechanisms involved in frequency representation So first we’ll talk about how frequency representation changes with age; then we will try to figure out what about the auditory system is maturing to produce these Size: 1MB.

    Poor frequency discrimination is related to oral language disorder in children: A psychoacoustic study Article in Dyslexia 11(3) August with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Using Frequency Lowering with Children Who Wear Hearing Aids By Ryan McCreery and Marc Brennan R esearch on the effects of frequency-lowering signal processing has proliferated rapidly over the past few years, leav-ing audiologists who fit hearing aids for children with many questions about whether or not this process-ing should be activated.

    used, the word frequency effect in recall generally disappears, and low-frequency words are recalled as well as, or sometimes even a little better than, high-frequency words (e.g., Duncan, ; Gregg, ). In two studies, this impact of design on the frequency effect in recall has been examined Size: 1MB. -The first word of a sentence has a high fundamental frequency compared to the other words in a sentence - When the first word in a sentence is stressed it does not change measurably but the rest of the sentence has lower fundamental frequency then if the sentence had no stressed word.


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Get this from a library. Pronunciation and the frequency meaningfulness effect in children's frequency discrimination: report from the Project on Children's Learning and Development. [Elizabeth Schwenn Ghatala; Joel R Levin; Larry Wilder]. Psychology Definition of FREQUENCY DISCRIMINATION: the term that describes the ability to detect a change in the frequency of a pure tone.

See also pitch discrimination. Frequency discrimination is a fundamental auditory process underlying more complex auditory tasks, such as speech comprehension and understanding. Also referred to occasionally as pitch perception, frequency discrimination is typically measured by comparing a stimulus tone to a reference tone in order to determine the minimum difference in Hz.

College students gave frequency ratings for concrete and abstract words which were equated on normative frequency. The results replicated the finding of Galbraith and Underwood () that abstract words are perceived to be higher in frequency than concrete words.

Different subjects then learned verbal discrimination lists consisting of both abstract and concrete by: 7. Children’s recall of S+, S−, and So as a function of feedback frequency Article in Psychonomic science 29(4) October with 7 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Psychoacoustic thresholds of pure tone frequency discrimination (FD) in children are elevated relative to those of adults. It has been shown that it is possible to improve FD thresholds in adults, following a single (subhour) training session.

To determine whether FD thresholds in children may be improved by training and, consequently, reduced to adult levels, normally hearing 6-to year Cited by:   Frequency discrimination was measured for frequencies from to Hz and for sensation levels from 5 to 80 dB using pulsed sinusoids as stimuli in an adaptive two-interval force-choice psychophysical by: Frequency Discrimination: Given two simultaneously sounding pure tones the frequency difference at which these tones are perceived as being distinct is known as the limit of frequency discrimination.

This frequency is about thirty times the just noticeable difference (JND) in. This result is shown in Fig. 1, where the Δf (Hz) corresponding to 75% correct frequency discrimination from a standard two-alternative forced-choice frequency-discrimination experiment is shown as a function of signal duration for three observers.

The continuous noise against which the discrimination was made was in-phase at the ears but the signals to be discriminated were either ° out Cited by: 1. WORD FREQUENCY EFFECT AND LEXICAL ACCESS 8 E g ‘Z ‘Z i i P e-e Closed Size: KB. defined low frequency words as those in the lowest bin and high frequency as the highest bin; mid-frequency words comprised the remaining eight frequency bins.

Recall of low frequency words and high frequency were significantly higher than recall of mid-frequency words (low versus medium, no task: t() = ,p File Size: 90KB. Looking for frequency discriminator. Find out information about frequency discriminator.

A discriminator circuit that delivers an output voltage which is proportional to the deviations of a signal from a predetermined frequency value Explanation of frequency discriminator. The word frequency effect is a psychological phenomenon where recognition times are faster for words seen more frequently than for words seen less frequently.

Word frequency depends on individual awareness of the tested language. The phenomenon can be extended to different characters of the word in non-alphabetic languages such as Chinese.

A word is considered to be high frequency if the word. Examination of the effect of frequency on response time revealed a significant negative coefficient for irregular past tense forms (i.e., frequency effects were found on irregulars), whereas frequency effects were not observed for regular past tense forms; the difference between the coefficients for the two verb types was significant (Figure 1B).Cited by: Frequency Effects in Language Processing and Acquisition their pronunciation in that theyare spoken like their neighbors, who share orthographic bodyand phonological rime (best is regular and consistent in thesameirregularfashion(e.g.,look,book,cook,etc.,orcalm,balm,palm).

Just a quick thank you for a fantastic It was a very creative year and brought with it two new Children of Frequency albums. That being said, I have officially embarked on a new musical adventure. New project on the rise. "Unmade" will be released sometime early A simplified associative-frequency (AF) measure of meaningfulness was proposed which combines the desirable features of other association indices, namely, those of Glaze, Krueger, Archer, Noble's a′, and Noble's AF technique has the advantage of rapid administration, which does not interrupt the associative process while associative-frequency measures are by: 2.

frequency domain, the short-time amplitude spectrum values can be mathematically taken as random variables, and there have been researches estimating their probability distribution, which facilitates the application of speech enhancement [3,4]. Such researches are based on the large amount of speech data in corpora like TIMIT or other.

effects of word frequency on pronunciation. Frequency inheritance effects have been shown to not be particularly strong in Mandarin ([5]), but there has been no work examining whether lemma-frequency effects can be observed. The research question addressed is whether or Cited by: 1.

Thresholds (F0DLs) were measured for discrimination of the fundamental frequency (F0) of a group of harmonics (group B) embedded in harmonics with a fixed F0. Miyazono and Moore [(). Acoust.

Sci. & Tech. 30, ] found a large training effect for tones with high harmonics in group B, when the harmonics were added in cosine phase. It is shown here that this effect was due to use of a Cited by: 5.The word frequency effect is a subject matter associated with cognitive psychology and is a psychological phenomenon where recognition times are faster for words seen more frequently than for words seen less frequently.

Word frequency depends on individual awareness of the tested language. During phase 2, the frequency of ankle radiography decreased significantly at intervention sites relative to control sites (between-group difference −% [95% confidence interval [CI] −% to −%]), without significant differences in patient or physician Cited by: