Seriality of phonological encoding in naming objects and reading their names
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SourceMemory & Cognition, 32, 2, (2004), pp. 212-222
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Memory & Cognition
During conversation, speakers not only talk but they also monitor their speech for errors and listen to their interlocutors. Although the interplay among speaking, self-monitoring, and listening stands at the heart of spoken conversation, it has not received much attention in models of language use. This chapter describes chronometric, error, and aphasic evidence on spoken word planning and its relations with self-monitoring and comprehending, and uses the evidence to evaluate WEAVER++, which is a computational model of spoken word production that makes the relations explicit. The claims implemented in WEAVER++ are contrasted with other theories.
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