Speaking: From Intention to Articulation

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MIT Press, 1993 - Psychology - 566 pages

In Speaking, Willem "Pim" Levelt, Director of the Max-Planck-Institut für Psycholinguistik, accomplishes the formidable task of covering the entire process of speech production, from constraints on conversational appropriateness to articulation and self-monitoring of speech. Speaking is unique in its balanced coverage of all major aspects of the production of speech, in the completeness of its treatment of the entire speech process, and in its strategy of exemplifying rather than formalizing theoretical issues.

 

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Contents

Chapter
1
Lexical Entries and Accessing
7
Processing Components as Relatively
14
Summary
27
Summary
68
Chapter 7
71
3
90
6
103
Summary
316
Substitutable Sublexical
330
The SlotsandFillers Theory and
343
6
360
The Generation of Word Forms
405
Chapter 11
414
The Vocal Organs and the Origins
422
Summary
454

3
123
Ordering
138
The Generation of Surface
181
Theories of Lemma Access
198
Summary
282

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About the author (1993)

Willem Levelt is Director Emeritus of the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics.

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