At too high a speech rate you may soon start to misspeak and produce word structure errors such as:
Syllables are put in the wrong order, for example: “infissufcient” (insufficient)
Errors in syllable structure
A error is made within a syllable, for example: “kind” instead of “mind”
Speech anticipation errors
The speaker anticipates a sound to come, for example: “grees gras” (green grass) or breaking screeches (screeching brakes)
Sounds are substituted, causing incorrect words, such as “tevelision”, “brink deer”
The speaker spontaneously adds an unintended sound or syllable to an existing word, for example in: “aggegration” (aggregation)
The speaker uses the wrong sounds, for example: “bid” for “bed”, or: “tea” for “too”.
Discover the basics of cluttering:
What is cluttering?
Which symptoms are attached to it?
What types of cluttering can be distinguished?
What are the differences with stuttering?
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