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Drake, Eleanor; Schaeffler, Sonja; Corley, Martin (2015)
Publisher: University of Glasgow
Languages: English
Types: Article
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It has been proposed that speech-motor activation observed during comprehension may, in part, reflect involvement of the speech-motor system in
the top-down simulation of upcoming material [14]. In the current study we employed an automated approach to the analysis of ultrasound tongue imaging in order to investigate whether comprehension-elicited effects are observable at an articulatory-output level.
We investigated whether and how lexical predictions affect speech-motor output. Effects were found at a relatively early point during the pre-acoustic phase of articulation, and did not appear to be predicated upon the nature of the phonological-overlap between predicted and named items. In these respects effects related to comprehension-elicited predictions appear to differ in nature from those observed in production and perception experiments.

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