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Incremental encoding and incremental articulation in speech production: Evidence based on response latency and initial segment duration

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  01 February 1999

Alan H. Kawamoto
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Department of Psychology, University of California at Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA 95064 ahk@cats.ucsc.edu zzyx.ucsc.edu/psych/psych.html

Abstract

The weaver++ model discussed by Levelt et al. assumes incremental encoding and articulation following complete encoding. However, many of the response latency results can also be accounted for by assuming incremental articulation. Another temporal variable, initial segment duration, can distinguish weaver++'s incremental encoding account from the incremental articulation account.

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