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Nemoimmunoendocrinological Characteristics Associated with Talent Next, the adjusters and nonadjusters’ responses on the modified GeschwindGalaburda questionnaire were compared. The reported inforination is summarized in Table 4. Examination of group data on each of the questionnaire items showed that the two groups did not differ in number and type of symptoms reported. Exposure to and Attitude Toward Foreign Languages, Foreign Accents, and Foreign Speakers The third set of analyses was carried out to compare good adjusters and all nonadjusters on the exposure and attitude measures.
This result is a consequence of the fact that speech perception is heavily context dependent for both young and elderly subjects. When context is present, as it usually is under natural circumstances, word recognition represents the product of the summed information from both bottom-up and top-down sources (Wingfield & Stine, 1991). , Madden, 1988; She & Wingfield, 1987; Wingfield. Poon, Lombardi, & Lowe, 1985). Indeed, so strong is this evidence that one might be tempted to conclude that the more structure linguistic materials contain, the smaller will be the age differences.
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