Application of EXPLAN theory to spontaneous speech control
Peter Howell, James Au-Yeung
Stuttering and speech monitoring
Nada Vasic, Frank Wijnen
Repeated phoneme effect in Japanese speech errors
Different sources of lexical bias and overt self-corrections
Sieb G. Nooteboom
Are word repetitions really intended by the speaker?
Gesture as an indicator of early error detection inself-monitoring of speech
Mandana Seyfeddinipur, Sotaro Kita
Pauses in speech by French speakers with Down Syndrome
Prosodic marking of self-repairs
Acoustico-phonetic characteristics of filled pauses in spontaneous Frenchspeech: preliminary results
Interruption glottalization in German spontaneous speech
Klaus J. Kohler, Benno Peters, Thomas Wesener
Sound and function regularities in interjections
Nikolinka Nenova, Gina Joue, Ronan Reilly, Julie Carson-Berndsen
Filled pauses and their status in the mental lexicon
Richard Shillcock, Simon Kirby, Scott McDonald, Chris Brew
The double function of disfluency phenomenain spontaneous speech
Do non-word disfluencies affect syntactic parsing?
Karl G. D. Bailey, Fernanda Ferreira
Listeners' ERP responses to false starts and repetitions inspontaneous speech
Jan McAllister, Susan Cato-Symonds, Blake Johnson
Grammatically unacceptable utterances are communicatively accepted bynative speakers, why are they?
Jeanne-Marie Debaisieux, José Deulofeu
Idiosyncratic fillers in the speech of bilinguals
Caroline L. Rieger
Disfluencies in writing - are they like in speaking?
The usage of fillers at discourse segment boundaries injapanese lecture-style monologues
Dialogue moves and disfluency rates
Robin J. Lickley
Is disfluency just difficulty?
Ellen G. Bard, Robin J. Lickley, Matthew P. Aylett