Utjecaj kognitivne složenosti zadatka na samoispravljanja

Mirjana Matea Kovač

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/LinCop.2011.016


This paper investigates the influence of the cognitive complexity of a certain task  type on the distribution of different categories of error self-repairs and appropriacy  repairs. A recorded speech sample, in the Croatian language, lasting for approximately  eight hours has been transcribed on a speech sample of 101 students at the  Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture  in Split. The classification of self-repairs is based on Levelt’s model of speech production,  as the empirically best supported theory of monolingual speech processing.  The students have been individually tested by performing five speech tasks and their  speech has been recorded. The tasks included: a) narration of the chronological order  of events on the example of a cartoon, b) room description, c) repeated room description  with different furniture arrangement, d) semantically unrelated utterance  formulation based on pictures, and e) story telling based on a sequence of pictures.  The retelling of the chronological order of events resulted in a higher frequency of  syntactic and morphological error repairs compared to other tasks, whereas the frequency  of lexical and phonological error repairs was not influenced by the task type.  Furthermore, different information repairs occurred more frequently in the cartoon  retelling task, compared to the description of rooms and the formulation of semantically  unrelated utterances. 


Słowa kluczowe

govorne pogreške; monitoring; samoispravljanje pogrešaka; kognitivna kompleksnost zadatka

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