Perception and Production of Fluent Speech

1st Edition

Ronald A. Cole

Routledge
Published June 13, 2018
Reference - 562 Pages
ISBN 9781138194250 - CAT# Y227034
Series: Psychology Library Editions: Cognitive Science

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Summary

Originally published in 1980, this title looks at the mental processes involved in producing and understanding spoken language. Although there had been several edited volumes on speech in the previous ten years, this volume was unique in that it deals exclusively with perception and production of fluent speech. The chapters in this volume, contributed to by distinguished scientists from psychology, linguistics and computer science, deal with such questions as: How are ideas encoded into sound? How does a speaker plan an utterance? How are words recognized? What is the role of knowledge in speech perception? In short, how do people communicate with each other using speech?

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