volume 36, issue 1, P114-140 2008
DOI: 10.1016/j.wocn.2007.01.002
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Abstract: AbstractSpeech errors are known to exhibit an intrusion bias in that segments are added rather than deleted; also, a shared final consonant can cause an interaction of the initial consonants. A principled connection between these two phenomena has been drawn in a gestural account of errors: Articulatory measures revealed a preponderance of errors in which both the target and intruding gesture are coproduced, instead of one replacing the other. This gestural intrusion bias has been interpreted as an errorful c…

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