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Title: Phonetics and Phonology in Language Comprehension and Production
Subtitle: Differences and Similarities
Edited By: Niels O. Schiller
Antje S. Meyer
Series Title: Phonology & Phonetics 6
Description:

This edited volume investigates the role of phonetics and phonology in psycholinguistics. Speaking and understanding spoken language both engage phonological and phonetic knowledge. There are detailed models of phonological and phonetic encoding in language production and there are equally refined models of phonetic and phonological processing in language comprehension. However, since most psycholinguists work on either language production or comprehension, the relationship between the two has received surprisingly little attention. Prominent researchers in various areas of psycholinguistics were invited to discuss this relationship focusing on the phonological and phonetic components.

FROM THE CONTENTS:

Introduction to the relation between speech comprehension and production
Niels O. Schiller and Antje S. Meyer

Neighbors in the Lexicon: Friends or Foes?
Gary S. Dell and Jean K. Gordon

Continuity and gradedness in speech processing
James M. Mcueen, Delphine Dahan and Anne Cutler

The internal structure of words: Consequences for listening and speaking
Pienie Zwitserlood

Modeling the relation between the production and recognition of spoken word forms
Ardi Roelofs

Articulatory Phonology: A phonology for public language use
Louis Goldstein and Carol A. Fowler

Neural control of speech movements
Frank H. Guenther

When words come to mind: Electrophysiological insights on the time course of speaking and understanding words
Miranda van Turennout, Bernadette Schmitt and Peter Hagoort

Phonology in bilingual language processing: Acquisition, perception, and production
Núria Sebastián-Gallés and Judith F. Kroll

Assessing constraints on second-language segmental production and perception
James E. Flege

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Publication Year: 2003
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Linguistic Field(s): Phonetics
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