In terms of the CLM Model, we refer to the Speaker repertoire as the Talker repertoire in terms of this post. The Talker (intraverbal) or Problem Solver (mand) is communicating with the Listener. For example, the Talker is communicating with his/herself, which is a private event [personal]. The Problem Solver (mand) maybe asking him/herself to take action given the circumstances and the Listener is likely to behave according to his history in his/her given verbal community.
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“The whole field of verbal behavior exemplifies the use of stimuli in personal control. The speaker generates auditory patterns which are effective because of the listener’s history in a given verbal community.” (p. 317)