: Many people report a form of internal language known as inner speech (IS). This review examines recent growth of research interest in the phenomenon, which has broadly supported a theoretical model in which IS is a functional language process that can confer benefits for cognition in a range of domains. A key insight to have emerged in recent years is that IS is an embodied experience characterized by varied subjective qualities, which can be usefully modeled in artificial systems and whose neural signals have the potential to be decoded through advancing brain-computer interface technologies. Challenges for future research include understanding individual differences in IS and mapping form to function across IS subtypes.

Inner speech as language process and cognitive tool / Fernyhough, C.; Borghi, A. M.. - In: TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES. - ISSN 1364-6613. - 27:12(2023), pp. 1180-1193. [10.1016/j.tics.2023.08.014]

Inner speech as language process and cognitive tool

Borghi A. M.
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2023

Abstract

: Many people report a form of internal language known as inner speech (IS). This review examines recent growth of research interest in the phenomenon, which has broadly supported a theoretical model in which IS is a functional language process that can confer benefits for cognition in a range of domains. A key insight to have emerged in recent years is that IS is an embodied experience characterized by varied subjective qualities, which can be usefully modeled in artificial systems and whose neural signals have the potential to be decoded through advancing brain-computer interface technologies. Challenges for future research include understanding individual differences in IS and mapping form to function across IS subtypes.
2023
inner dialogue; inner monologue; phenomenology; self-regulation; self-talk; verbal thinking
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Inner speech as language process and cognitive tool / Fernyhough, C.; Borghi, A. M.. - In: TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES. - ISSN 1364-6613. - 27:12(2023), pp. 1180-1193. [10.1016/j.tics.2023.08.014]
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