Vocabulary:
Language Production- Production of spoken or written language; it describes all of the stages between having a concept, and translating that concept into linguistic form.
Audience Design- The process of shaping a message depending on the audience for which it is intended.

Important People:
H. Paul Grice-
Herbert Clark and Catherine Marshall-

Grice's Maxims in Language Production:
1. Quantity- Make your contribution as imformative as is required. Do not go overboard on information.
2. Quality- Say what is true, and say things that you have evidence for.
3. Relation- Be relevant to the conversation.
4. Manner- Avoid ambiguity and be brief.








Works Cited:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Language_production


Gerrig, R.J., & Zimbardo, P.G. (2005). Psychology and life. Boston, Ma: Pearson.