Absence of Letter Transposition Effects in Korean Word Recognition

Title
Absence of Letter Transposition Effects in Korean Word Recognition
Author(s)
이윤형이창환[이창환]
Keywords
transposed letter; letter transposition effect; word recognition; Korean; location specific; syllable.; 전치된 글자; 글자교환효과; 단어 인지; 한국어; 상세위치; 음절
Issue Date
201411
Publisher
한국언어과학회
Citation
언어과학, v.21, no.4, pp.229 - 246
Abstract
Letter transposition effect is a solid phenomenon for English alphabet, supporting a model that letter position is not specified. In this study, letter transposition effects in Korean was investigated by observing patterns of performance on various types of stimuli containing transposed letters. Experiment 1 and 2 tested the letter transposition effects by exchanging onset and vowel, or vowel and coda of a syllable in lexical decision. Experiment 3 tested the letter transposition effects by exchanging middle two letters of 3 syllable words. Letter transposition effects have not been emerged at all cases for Korean. These results support the view that Korean can be location specific, and it might be processed by onset, vowel, and coda basis
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/30389http://dx.doi.org/10.14384/kals.2014.21.4.229
ISSN
1225-2522
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