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Title: The directionality of phonological and syntagmatic lexical errors in mandarin Chinese
Authors: Chen, Huei Ying
Contributors: 語言所
Keywords: Mandarin Chinese;Pre-planning;Spreading activations;Artificial intelligence;Pattern recognition;Speech;Errors
Date: 2007
Issue Date: 2015-07-13 15:35:54 (UTC+8)
Abstract: The present paper aims to examine the directionality of phonological and lexical errors in Mandarin Chinese by looking at 1,600 slips of tongues. It has found that anticipations were prominent in lexical errors and perseverations were supreme in phonological errors. Such a discrepancy may be due to the pre-planning behavior and the influence of perseverative tone-rules. The data suggests that a spreading activation model will provide a better explanation in accounting for the directionality issue.
Relation: International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Pattern Recognition 2007, AIPR 2007
2007 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Pattern Recognition, AIPR 2007,9 July 2007 through 12 July 2007,Orlando, FL
Data Type: conference
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