This issue focuses on selected contributions to the 2006 Third International Workshop on Language Production. A hallmark of this series of workshops is to bring together researchers utilizing a variety of methodologies across a wide range of processing domains to address critical issues in models of language production. Echoing this diverse range of research interests and techniques, the contributions to this issue aim to integrate findings and models across domains and methodologies to tackle three overlapping issues: language production in dialogue; multilingual language production; and control processes in production.
M. Goldrick, A.Costa, N.O. Schiller, Situating Language Production Within the Matrix of Human Cognition: The State of the Art in Language Production Research. J.E. Arnold, Reference Production: Production-internal and Addressee-oriented Processes. A. Costa, M.J. Pickering, A. Sorace, Alignment in Second Language Dialogue. J. Abutalebi, D.W. Green, Control Mechanisms in Bilingual Language Production: Neural Evidence From Language Switching Studies. G.S. Dell, G.M. Oppenheim, A.K. Kittredge, Saying the Right Word at the Right Time: Syntagmatic and Paradigmatic Interference in Sentence Production.