The History of Research on the Filled Pause as Evidence of The Written Language Bias in Linguistics (Linell, 1982)

@article{Oconnell2004TheHO,
  title={The History of Research on the Filled Pause as Evidence of The Written Language Bias in Linguistics (Linell, 1982)},
  author={D. O’connell and S. Kowal},
  journal={Journal of Psycholinguistic Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={33},
  pages={459-474}
}
Erard's (2004) publication in the New York Times of a journalistic history of the filled pause serves as the occasion for this critical review of the past half-century of research on the filled pause. Historically, the various phonetic realizations or instantiations of the filled pause have been presented with an odd recurrent admixture of the interjection ah. In addition, the filled pause has been consistently associated with both hesitation and disfluency. The present authors hold that such a… Expand

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