Intention in Articulation: Articulatory Timing in Alternating Consonant Sequences and Its Implications for Models of Speech Production.

@article{Marianne2010IntentionIA,
  title={Intention in Articulation: Articulatory Timing in Alternating Consonant Sequences and Its Implications for Models of Speech Production.},
  author={Pouplier Marianne and Louis Goldstein},
  journal={Language and cognitive processes},
  year={2010},
  volume={25 5},
  pages={616-649}
}
Several studies have reported that during the production of phrases with alternating consonants (e.g., top cop), the constriction gestures for these consonants can come to be produced in the same prevocalic position. Since these coproductions occur in contexts that also elicit segmental substitution errors, the question arises whether they may result from monitoring and repair, or whether they arise from the architecture of the phonological and phonetic planning process. This paper examines the… CONTINUE READING
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