Nov17 - Language Production Announcements Dont forget Ling...

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Language Production
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Announcements Don’t forget Ling Bling Bash today at 5:00, 4 th floor of Lorch (free pizza) I won’t hold my usual office hour next week on Wed 9-10. Email me to set up another time if you need to see me.
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Today’s Outline How does language production work? Stages of processing How do we investigate language production? Speech error data Some major findings Speech error patterns as clues to structure of production system Lexical Two theoretical accounts
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How do we speak fluently? What component processes are involved? Phrase structure rules? Transformations? Lexical Insertion rules? Phonological rules?
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How do we build a psychological theory of language processing? What did we learn from the Derivational Theory of Complexity vs. the Perceptual Strategies approach? In acquisition, there are processing asymmetries in comprehension & production. In adult psycholinguistics, comprehension & production viewed as separate research domains. From information processing standpoint, they are very different in terms of the inputs and the outputs
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How do we speak fluently? What component processes are involved? Formulate Message (non-linguistic) Activate appropriate words from lexicon Order words according to syntactic rules Apply morphological and phonological rules to get subject-verb agreement, etc. Form a motor program for articulation Execute motor program Snoopy gave Charlie Brown a turkey.
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Challenges for studying Language Production Need to know how input (message, thoughts) is transformed into output (sound stream).
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2011 for the course PSYCH 242 taught by Professor Epstein during the Fall '08 term at University of Michigan.

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