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SPEECH PHYSIOLOGY: Brain centers co-responsible for Specific, Meaningful, Articulate, Relevant, Time-bound (S.M.A.R.T.) speech
(2012)
  • , Emory University
Abstract

In the extremely involving process of speech production thoughts are translated into linguistic representations, which are then sent to speech mechanisms that can coordinate, initiate, modify and execute the articulation of an utterance. Speech involves two processes: the message (vocabulary, theme, tone, pitch, comprehension, exclusivity, inclusivity), and the way the message is delivered (phonemic awareness, fluency, experience, time, timing, audience). This study guide locates and defines the neurological mechanisms responsible for the S.M.A.R.T speech.

Keywords
  • speech,
  • vocabulary sprut
Publication Date
October, 2012
Citation Information
SPEECH PHYSIOLOGY: Brain centers co-responsible for Specific, Meaningful, Articulate, Relevant, Time-bound (S.M.A.R.T.) speech. (2012)
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