Language Production

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Motley
SLIP procedure- males more likely to mistake 'bine foddy' for 'fine body' if experimenter attractive female
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Error elicitation
Priming- non-words (less likely)- no explained by Freudian slips
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Semantic substitution errors
99% same syntactic category
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Motley
More errors after semantic prime rather than phonological prime
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Incremental sentence planning
anticipation, perseveration, exchange
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Three stages of production
Conceptualisation, formulation, articulation
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Spreading activation theory- Dell
Semantics, syntax/lemma/word, morphology, phonology- boost selects winner node at each level
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Syntactic category constraint
semantic/ word errors tend to be same category- errors occur at lemma level where syntactic category info still available
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Error at phonological level
No syntactic constraint
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Mixed error effect
When word similar to target in terms of semantics and phonology- feedback= mixed error
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Lexical bias effect
Errors tend to make words
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Baars Motley and MacKay
repeat word pairs rapidly- no feedback if nonsense words so less error
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Dell Burger and Svec
Anticipation errors more common than perseveration
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Tongue twisters/ children/ alcoholics
More anticipation errors
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More errors overall
More likely to be perseveration instead
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Anomia
Difficulty with names- more semantic errors
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Brocas area
word meaning- aphasia= non-fluent, agrammatical
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Wernickes area
sequencing, synta- aphasia= fluent, missing words/ more phonological error
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Modeling aphasia
Noise in model creates errors at particular level
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Weaver ++
Conceptual planning, lexical selection, morphological encoding, phonological encoding, phoneme encoding, articulation
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Tip of the tongue
Lemma retrieved but lexeme isn't (two discrete stages of lexicalization)
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Badeker, Miozzo and Zanuttini
Italian patinet with anomia- accuracy on gender high even though couldn't say word- gender linked to lemma
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Picture- word inference paradigm
Inhibition from semantically similar word until 300ms/ facilitation of phonologically similar word after 300ms
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Brain imaging
ERPs- good resolution for timing- bad spatial resolution/ fMRI- vice versa
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Lexical bias
Weaver ++ explains with self-monitor rather than feedback
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Motley, Camden and Baars
Normal lexical errors more common than vulgar ones- editor removes vulgar words (can't be explained by feedback)
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Error elicitation

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Priming- non-words (less likely)- no explained by Freudian slips

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Semantic substitution errors

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Motley

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Incremental sentence planning

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