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Author Raupach, Manfred.
Title Temporal Variables in Speech : Studies in Honour of Frieda Goldman-Eisler.
Imprint Berlin : De Gruyter Mouton, 1980.

Author Raupach, Manfred.
Series Janua Linguarum. Series Maior ; v. 86
Janua linguarum. Series maior.
Subject Eisler, Frieda Goldman.
Juncture (Linguistics)
Speech errors.
Hesitation form (Linguistics)
Alt Name Dechert, Hans W.
Description 1 online resource (384 pages)
Contents General introduction; Prospectus for a science of pausology; First section: General aspects; The place of pragmatics in the syntactic and semantic organization of language; Slips of the tongue as neuromuscular evidence for a model of speech production; Grammatical incoherence; The competing plans hypothesis: An heuristic viewpoint on the causes of errors in speech; Models of verbal planning in the theory of catastrophes; Pausological research at Saint Louis University; Second section: Syntactic and structural aspects; Pauses, prosody, and the demands of production in language.
Pause and syntactic structureLinguistic structures and performance structures: Studies in pause distribution; Phonological status of the pause; Pauses as indicators of cognitive functioning in aphasia; Speech control and paraphasia in fluent and nonfluent aphasics; Third section: Conversational aspects; Encoding units in spontaneous speech: Some implications for the dynamics of conversation; Hesitancy as a conversational resource: Some methodological implications; The relationship between gaze and speech examined afresh with a Mackworth eye-mark camera; Verbal planning in route directions.
Some reasons for hesitatingFourth section: Prosodic aspects; Syllable omission errors and isochrony; Suprasegmental structure and sentence perception; Juncture pause and intonation fall and the perceptual segmentation of speech; Some neglected aspects of intonation; The role of pauses and suprasegmentals in a grammar; A functional analysis of some pause and pitch step-up combinations; Towards a subcategorization of speech pauses; Perception of pauses and automatic speech recognition; A digital method of pause extraction; Fifth section: Crosslinguistic aspects.
The syntactical distribution of pauses in English spoken as a second language by French studentsTemporal variables in first and second language speech production; Pauses and intonation as indicators of verbal planning in second-language speech productions:; Two examples from a case study; Results of a contrastive study of hesitation phenomena in French and German; Towards a theory of speech processing: Some methodological considerations; Probe latencies, foreign languages and foreign language learners; Comparative studies of temporal variables in spoken and sign languages: A short review.
Verbal strategies: A neglected dimension in language acquisition studiesFinal discussion; On the current understanding of temporal variables in speech; References; Index of names.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9783110816570 (electronic bk.)
3110816571 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 794664500
Additional Format Print version: Raupach, Manfred. Temporal Variables in Speech : Studies in Honour of Frieda Goldman-Eisler. Berlin : De Gruyter Mouton, 1980 9789027979469



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