mardi 29 avril 2014

People rely on what they hear themselves say to know what they're saying

You know what you're going to say before you say it, right? Not necessarily, research suggests. A new study shows that auditory feedback plays an important role in helping us determine what we're saying as we speak. Theories about how we produce speech often assume that we start with a clear, preverbal idea of what to say that goes through different levels of encoding to finally become an utterance. But the findings from this study support an alternative model. People rely on what they hear themselves say to know what they're saying

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