The Cognitive Representation of SpeechEdited By
- T. Myers
- J. Laver
- J. Anderson
The 32 main papers, taken together, provide a comprehensive review of speech research by scientists who have made leading contributions to our understanding of the topics discussed. The papers are assembled within a coherent, problem-oriented structure.
Advances in Psychology
Published: December 1981
- Introduction. Sessions: I. Relation Between Production and Perception. II. Peripheral Constraints on the Form of Representation. III. Relation Between Segmental and Suprasegmental Representation. IV. Representation and Performance. V. Biological Bases of Representation. VI. Development of Representation. VII. Representation and Phonology. VIII. Machine Representation of Speech.