Speech Production: Motor Control, Brain Research, and Fluency Disorders

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Wouter Hulstijn, Herman F. M. Peters, Pascal H. H. M. Van Lieshout
Elsevier, 1997 - Medical - 630 pages
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Hardbound. Based of the 3rd International Nijmegen conference on Speech Motor Production Fluency Disorders, this book contains a reviewed selection of papers on the topics of speech production as it relates to motor control, brain processes and fluency disorders. It represents a unique collection of theoretical and experimental work, bringing otherwise widespread information together in a comprehensive way. This quality makes this book unlike any other book published in the area of speech motor production and fluency disorders.Topics that are covered include models in speech production, motor control in speech production and fluency disorders, brain research in speech production, methods and measurements in pathological speech, developmental aspects of speech production and fluency disorders. Scientists, clinicians and students as well as anybody interested in the field of speech motor production and fluency disorders, will find useful information in t

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A neuromotor perspective on speech production
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The gestural phonology model
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Word form generation in language production
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