Zaitceva Mariya Vladimirivna
Senior Teacher, Postgraduate Student, Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University, elofor.elmarer@yandex.ru, Novosibirsk
Voloshina Tatyana Victorovna
Кандидат психологических наук, Candidate of Psychological Sciences, Associate Professor of Correctional Pedagogy and Psychology Department, Novosibirsk state pedagogical university, fppd.voloshina@ngs.ru, Novosibirsk

Acoustic Mirroring Technique Application As A Means Of Phonetic Re-Imprinting

Problem and aim. The article concerns the problem of foreign language phonetics mastering (based on the example of the English language) after the sensitive period. The aim of the article is to determine the phonetic imprinting specifics and to identify the correlation between the perceptual modality and the effectiveness of acoustic mirroring technique application as a means of phonetic re-imprinting. Methodology. The study was carried out on the basis of theoretical and practical analysis within the framework of activity and system approaches. Concerning the activity approach the authors of the article suggest acoustic mirroring technique application as a means of phonetic re-imprinting generation. Results. The authors identify main phonetic imprinting characteristics, such as: immediacy, sensitive periods time limit and rigidity. Preliminary experiments prove that the technology application effectiveness does not depend upon the perceptual modality. It is justified that the acoustic mirroring application allows to “erase” a false phonetic imprint and make a phonetic re-imprint. Conclusion. The authors conclude that the acoustic mirroring technique application is effective enough to make a phonetic re-imprint.
phonetic imprinting, Phonetic re-imprinting, perceptual modality, Phonetics, acoustic, speech and motor image, acoustic mirroring, mirror neurons

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