Theories of monitoring and the timing of repairs in spontaneous speech

@article{Blacfkmer1991TheoriesOM,
  title={Theories of monitoring and the timing of repairs in spontaneous speech},
  author={Elizabeth R. Blacfkmer and Janet L. Mitton},
  journal={Cognition},
  year={1991},
  volume={39},
  pages={173-194}
}
This study reports the first data to be published on the timing of self-repairs in spontaneous speech, giving means and confidence intervals for cut-off-to-repair, error-to-repair, and cut-off-to-repair times for different types of repair based on 1525 repairs made in the conversational turns of 61 callers to a radio talk show. The three most detailed models of monitoring are discussed in the introduction, with emphasis on their temporal implications. Many of the cut-off-to-repair times… 
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