Spoken language processing model: bridging auditory and language processing to guide assessment and intervention.

  • Larry Medwetsky
  • Published 2011 in Language, speech, and hearing services in schools

Abstract

PURPOSE This article outlines the author's conceptualization of the key mechanisms that are engaged in the processing of spoken language, referred to as the spoken language processing model. The act of processing what is heard is very complex and involves the successful intertwining of auditory, cognitive, and language mechanisms. Spoken language processing… (More)
DOI: 10.1044/0161-1461(2011/10-0036)

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