Self-monitoring in speech production: effects of verbal hallucinations and negative symptoms.

@article{Leudar1994SelfmonitoringIS,
  title={Self-monitoring in speech production: effects of verbal hallucinations and negative symptoms.},
  author={Ivan Leudar and Philip Thomas and Margaret Johnston},
  journal={Psychological medicine},
  year={1994},
  volume={24 3},
  pages={
          749-61
        }
}
This paper reports results of a study on self-monitoring in speech production. Thirty schizophrenics, varying in verbal hallucination and in negative symptoms status, and 17 controls were tested on the reporter test. The position of interruptions of the speech-flow to repair errors was used to indicate whether the detection of the errors was through monitoring of internal phonetic plans or through external acoustic feedback. We have found that the internal error detection was twice as frequent… Expand

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