noun Date: 1947 the act or process of inaudibly articulating speech with the speech organs • subvocalize verb

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  • Subvocalization — Subvocalization, or silent speech, is defined as the internal speech made when reading a word, thus allowing the reader to imagine the sound of the word as it is read. This is a natural process when reading and helps to reduce cognitive load, and …   Wikipedia

  • subvocalization —    Also referred to as motor hallucination, motor verbal hallucination, psychomotor verbal hallucination, and muscular verbal hallucination. The term subvocalization comes from the Latin words sub (beneath) and vox (voice). It refers to a process …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • subvocalization — See subvocalize. * * * …   Universalium

  • subvocalization — noun a) The formation in thought of words or statements, which are expressed inwardly but not uttered aloud. b) Subvocal words or statements so formed …   Wiktionary

  • subvocalization — sub·vo·cal·iza·tion also Brit sub·vo·cal·isa·tion .vō kə lə zā shən n the act or process of inaudibly articulating speech with speech organs sub·vo·cal·ize also Brit sub·vo·cal·ise vō kə .līz vb, ized also Brit ised; iz·ing also Brit is·ing …   Medical dictionary

  • subvocalization — sub·vocalization …   English syllables

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  • Subvocal recognition — (SVR) is the process of taking subvocalization and converting the detected results to a digital text based output. It is similar to voice recognition except it is silent subvocalization being detected. It is a new technology being researched and… …   Wikipedia

  • direct voice —    Also known as direct voice phenomenon. Both terms are used in parapsychology to denote an isolated voice, perceived by those participating in a spiritualist séance, as coming from a distinct location in extracorporeal space, and allegedly… …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

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