EUROSPEECH '97
5th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology

Rhodes, Greece
September 22-25, 1997


Role of Perception Of Rhythmically Organized Speech in Consolidation Process of Long-Term Memory Traces (LTM-Traces) and in Speech Production Controlling

Oleg P. Skljarov

Research Institute of Otolaryngology and Speech Pathology, St.-Petersburg, Russia

In this paper, proceeding from established during comparative research of speech of the normal persons and stutterers equations of a logistical type [1,2,3], hypothesis about discrete character of perception of a speech signal, occurrence of homeostatic state of speech reproduction system (speech memory), and also about ways revealing of such memory are offered. The results prove to be true by being available experimental data.

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Bibliographic reference.  Skljarov, Oleg P. (1997): "Role of perception of rhythmically organized speech in consolidation process of long-term memory traces (LTM-traces) and in speech production controlling", In EUROSPEECH-1997, 2147-2150.