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The aim of this project is to refine current psycholinguistic models of word production by integrating precise information about the dynamics of encoding processes (i.e. grammatical, phonological, and phonetic encoding), about the constraints that operate to limit the variability of these processes (i.e. speaker-specific variables and contextual factors) and about how the linguistic system interacts with other cognitive functions during actual speech production. It addresses this goal by examining and modelling inter-speaker and intra-speaker variability and their limits in the timing of word production processes using time course data (Electroencephalography and eye movements).
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|Bürki, A.||Variation in the speech signal as a window into the cognitive architecture of language production.||Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 32. doi:10.3758/s13423-017-1423-4||2018||[Download]|
|Bürki, A., Besana, T., Degiorgi, G., Gilbert, R., & Alario, F.-X.||Representation and selection of determiners with phonological variants.||Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition. doi:10.1037/xlm0000643||2018|