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At some point in their development, children drop audible vocalization from their private speech, thus beginning the transition into inner speech. What marks the capacity for inner speech, however, is not so much the absence of vocalization but the development of the ability to think in reduced syntactic and semantic complexes. From an ontogenetic point of view, then, the development of inner speech is a process of condensation of social into inner speech. Not everything is ontogenetic development about inner speech, however.
122). At another point, inner speech might be more expanded and specific in syntax and meaning; this might be the more propitious stage for "inner talking" or self-talk, as Sokolov (1972) and Vocate (1994b) respectively claim. Developmentally, inner speech is the result of the process of interiorization of social speech, a process that starts early in life in the close interaction with speaking human beings. The Vygotskyan belief, endorsed in this book, is that the first speech of the child is social and communicative; it is loud speech for others whose main purpose is communication.
243), "inner dialogue" (p. 243), "practically wordless 'communication'" (p. 243), "speech almost without words" (p. 244), "a distinct plane of verbal thought" (p. 248), "thought connected with words," (p. 249), and "thinking in pure meanings" (p. 249). l). l). Korba (1989) referred to it as "covert, m/rapersonal language behavior" (p. 219) whereas Morin (1993) equated it with "selftalk" or "internal dialogue" (p. 223). In other instances, inner speech has been interpreted as a "voice in the head" (Beggs & Howarth, 1985, p.