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Language production

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Abstract Linguistic expressions are produced through a multicomponent multistage process. This article describes the major components of the language‐production process and discusses issues of current research focus. General mechanisms of word and sentence production are described. This is followed by discussion of language production in conversation, different modes of production (written production, sign language, monitoring, bilingualism, aphasia, corpus research), and the relationship of language‐production mechanisms to other cognitive systems (eye movements, attention, memory, gesture), before ending with concluding thoughts. WIREs Cogn Sci 2010 1 834–844 This article is categorized under: Linguistics > Language in Mind and Brain Psychology > Language

General architecture for language production. Lines with arrowheads indicate general direction of information flow. Lines with diamonds indicate where content representations are combined or bound with structure representations.

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