DOI: https://doi.org/10.9744/kata.8.2.114-126

SELF-MONITORING AND SELF-REPAIR IN SPONTANEOUS SPEECH

Stefanie Pillai

Abstract


This study explores what repairs in the spontaneous production of speech reveal about the psycholinguistic processes of self-monitoring and self-repair. Three intervals were examined: error-to-cut off; cut off-to-repair; error-to-repair. The intervals indicate support theories of internal speech monitoring, and also indicate that the planning of speech-repairs can take place pre-articulatorily as well

Keywords


error-detection, Perceptual Loop Theory, self-monitoring, speech production, self-repairs.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.9744/kata.8.2.114-126



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