Why are repeated words produced with reduced durations? Evidence from inner speech and homophone production.

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Acoustic reduction for repeated words could be the result of articulation and motor practice (Lam & Watson, 2014), facilitated production (Kahn & Arnold, 2015; Gahl et al., 2012), or audience design and shared common ground (Galati & Brennan, 2010). We sought to narrow down what kind of facilitation leads to repetition reduction. Repetition could, in… (More)

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@article{Jacobs2015WhyAR, title={Why are repeated words produced with reduced durations? Evidence from inner speech and homophone production.}, author={Cassandra L. Jacobs and Loretta K Yiu and Duane G. Watson and Gary S. Dell}, journal={Journal of memory and language}, year={2015}, volume={84}, pages={37-48} }