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Auditory Signals

Particular motor movements are executed, learned and repeated based on the feedback received. On a voice output communication device where words are accessed with a consistent motor plan, each motor plan is paired with consistent auditory output. Even when there is not a communication partner, language learning can occur as the word or words that matched particular motor movements are heard. Voice output allows the individual to “babble.”