Motor theory

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A theory put forth by A.M. Liberman that speech perception makes reference to speech production. Listeners rely on their knowledge of vocal tract behaviour to decode the acoustic speech signal: the listener constructs a model of the articulatory movements produced by the speaker.


Utrecht Lexicon of Linguistics