Language Perception and Production
In this free course on language perception, learn about Mental Processes and Societal Implications of Speech Perception.
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The theory of Speech Perception and Production is discussed in this free online course. The first section focuses on the mental processes that enable the production of speech sounds. You will learn how vowels and consonants are articulated and how speech is translated into thought. You will also study the theories of speech perception and the principles of translational probability.
The next section will discuss the significance of consonants and vowels. You will learn about the structures of the vocal tract and their properties. The areas of the brain responsible for producing speech sound will be identified and you will come to understand how these areas interact together to produce the speech sound.
The last section introduces Feedforward and Feedback control systems. You will learn about the Ventral Stream Model and the Dorsal Stream Model, and you will see how these combine to achieve Speech Production. The seven stages of babbling will be highlighted and the varieties of speech errors in children such as the residual speech error will also be explained. This language perception course will be beneficial to those studying Linguistics, or any related courses. It will also benefit those who simply want to improve their learning and understanding of these subjects. Why wait! Start this course today!Start Course Now
Speech Perception - Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Speech Perception
Development of Speech Perception
Speech Perception - Lesson Summary
Speech Production - Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Speech Production
Models of Speech Production
Speech Production - Lesson Summary
Upon successful completion of this course, you should be able to:
- Outline the characteristics and properties of Sound
- Identify the organs responsible for processing Auditory Sensations
- Describe the stages of Speech Development
- Explain the theories of Speech Perception
- Outline the major features of the Vocal Tract
- Describe the manner of articulating consonants and vowels sounds
- Explain the Wernicke-Geschwind Model of Language Processing
- Identify the Systems responsible for Speech Production
- Explain the models of Speech Production
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