ISCA Archive ExLing 2006
ISCA Archive ExLing 2006

Phonological encoding in speech production

Niels O. Schiller

Language production comprises conceptual, grammatical, and word form encoding as well as articulation. This paper focuses on word form or phonological encoding. Phonological encoding in speech production can be subdivided into a number of sub-processes such as segmental, metrical, and syllabic encoding. Each of these processes is briefly described and illustrated with examples from my own research. Special attention is paid to time course issues introducing behavioural and electrophysiological research methods such as LRPs and ERPs. It is concluded that phonological encoding is an incremental planning process taking into account segmental, metrical, and syllabic encoding.


Cite as: Schiller, N.O. (2006) Phonological encoding in speech production. Proc. First ITRW on Experimental Linguistics, 53-60

@inproceedings{schiller06_exling,
  author={Niels O. Schiller},
  title={{Phonological encoding in speech production}},
  year=2006,
  booktitle={Proc. First ITRW on Experimental Linguistics},
  pages={53--60}
}