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Phonological Awareness in the Coda Identification of Dutch and Quanzhou Native Speakers
Phonological awareness is used to explain why two different native groups perform differently in a coda identification experiment, where stimuli were manipulated by two levels of noise masking. Due to the lack of released features represented by the stimuli, Dutch natives were expected to perform poorer than the Quanzhou natives. However, the results showed that because of the orthographic system of Dutch, they performed better than Quanzhou natives. The conclusion is not only in line with the previous studies (Morais et al. 1979; Mann 1986; Read et al. 1986; Gelder et al. 1993) about the discussion of the phonological awareness but also implies the unimportance of the released features to coda identification.
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