Accession Number : AD0698132

Title :   PERCEPTION OF LANGUAGE. PART II.

Descriptive Note : Summary rept.,

Corporate Author : PITTSBURGH UNIV PA LEARNING RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER

Personal Author(s) : Kjeldergaard,Paul M. ; Horton,David L. ; Jenkins,James J.

Report Date : 1969

Pagination or Media Count : 207

Abstract : Contents: Current approaches to syntax recognition; What grammar is in the brain; Speech and body motion synchrony of the speaker-hearer; The importance of temporal factors in behavior; An analysis of laterality effects in speech perception; Some psychological aspects of the perception of speech-like data; Children's language development and articulatory breakdown; Perception of phonetic segments--evidence from phonology, acoustics and psychoacoustics; Some comments on the developmental aspects of voicing in stop consonants; and General discussion.

Descriptors :   (*LANGUAGE, *PERCEPTION(PSYCHOLOGY)), (*SPEECH, PERCEPTION(PSYCHOLOGY)), SYNTAX, SPEECH RECOGNITION, GRAMMARS, MOTION, BEHAVIOR, AUDITORY PERCEPTION, CHILDREN, LEARNING, PHONETICS, PSYCHOACOUSTICS, SYMPOSIA

Subject Categories : Linguistics
      Voice Communications

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE