The reliability of speech error data
SourceLinguistics : an International Review, 19, 7/8, (1981), pp. 561-582
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SW OZ DCC CO
Linguistics : an International Review
Collecting speech errors is enjoyable. For instance, it can give the collector the feeling of doing some useful work while on holiday, at a dinner party, or watching a television interview. And speech error collections are valuable: in the last decade research based on slips of the tongue has provided one of the major components of a long-overdue upsurge in interest in speech production processes, which have otherwise been accorded much less research attention than the processes of comprehension.
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