November 25, 2015

Homework Help: Psychology

Posted by Linda on Monday, September 5, 2011 at 8:41am.

What are the stages of language production? Which one of these stages is the most crucial? Why?
This is what I have thus far:
Language production refers to the process involved in creating and expressing meaning through language. The four stages in language production are conceptualizing (determining what it is we want to say), planning (organizing our thoughts in terms of language), articulating (executing the linguistic plan), and self-monitoring (keeping track of content and tone). First, we must conceptualize what we wish to communicate. Next, we formulate this thought into a linguistic plan. We then execute the plan through the muscles in the speech system. Finally, we monitor ore speech, assessing whether it is what we intended to say and whether we said it the way we intended to.
* What I am not sure of is which stage is the most crucial and why? I think they are all equally important.

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