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What is the speech chain?
Process of sending and receiving of communcation
Step 1?
IDEA
decides on a thought to express and how to express it
Step 2?
STRUCTURE
Putting thoughts into language form
Step 3?
TRANSFER
Brain sends neural messages to area of brain controlling speech mechanism
Step 4?
EXPRESSION/SPEECH
Speaker sends out sound waves until it reaches listener's ears
Step 5?
HEARING
Sound waves bump listener's ear drums and hearing mechanism is activated
Step 6?
COMPREHENSION
Auditory processes
Vocal Auditory Channel
-from mouth to ears
-hearing and listening at the same time
-hands free
Broadcast Transmission
sending and receiving of messages
Rapid Fading
"here/hear" today, gone immiediately
Interchangeability
-if you can say it, i can say it
-imitating speech and language
Total Feedback?
-Did I say that? did I mean that?
-auditory and kinesthetic feedback
Specialization
-Specifally designed for speech only
Semanticity
-sending messages loud and clear
-animals-convey only simple messages
-humans-can convey both simply and complex messages
Arbitrariness
-origins of words, nothing inherent in a spoken word to account for its meaning

ex. chair called a chair for no specific reason, except that someone at some time wanted to call it a chair