Subvocalization, Inner Speech and Intrusive Thinking
September 8, 2016 Leave a comment
a study-response on subvocalization —
If you listen carefully as you read this post, you will notice a faintly audible whisper of the the words you are reading. It may be the same whisper you use to think in the symbols and code of language. It maybe an on going monologue or diaogue one has with his or herself, or narrative of scenes played out inside ones head. This overall process is dubbed “inner speech“, “inner monologue“, “inner dialogue” or Subvocalization, depending on what you read. Subvocalization is term usually used in the context of reading. However, because of the active verb subvocalizing, or to subvocalize, I prefer to use it here.
To subvocalize is more specific than to think, as one can “visualize” , “Be mindful“, feel, or even speed read while thinking without that low audible whisper of…
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