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Difficulty level was increased when the quiz score was 90% or above. The scaffolding system worked by first adding talkers (up to five talkers) and then reducing exaggeration level (down to Level Zero). 5. Feedback outside of listening blocks for training. Each correct answer in the quiz accumulated monetary reward of two cents in US currency for the participant. Incorrect answers were prompted with a one-time playback of the sound. No feedback was given during the listening blocks in training or prepost tests.

At the cortical level, available data on phonetic training suggest that improved behavioral performance does not necessarily involve reduction of brain activities. , 2003, Golestani and Zatorre, 2004a). For example, Golestani and Zattore (2004) found that the degree of successful phonetic training was correlated with more efficient processing (faster against slower learner) in temporal-parietal and inferior frontal activation, notably in the left hemisphere. , 2002). The phonetic training studies raise the possibility of progressive cortical changes with increased proficiency, suggesting that cortical representations may be continuously shaped with learning throughout life (van Turennout, Ellmore and Martin, 2000).

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