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Embodying Speech - Lecture 1 - The Parts of Speech I : Dimensionality and Modularization (Bryan Gick 2019)

While any theory of speech behavior must ultimately incorporate the human body, modeling bodies has not been a central program in language research. Thinking about the body in quite tangible terms was once a prominent part of modeling speech motor behavior. Joos’ (1948) model of coarticulation was driven by overlapping waves of innervation in muscle activation patterns, while Cooper et al’s. (1958 : 939), “action plans” described speech movements in terms of an inventory of muscle activations : “we may hope to describe speech events in terms of a rather limited number of muscle groups…” Turvey et al. (1978 : 566), however, shifted ...
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Embodying Speech - Lecture 2 - The Parts of Speech II : Quantality and Speech Movements (Bryan Gick 2019)

While any theory of speech behavior must ultimately incorporate the human body, modeling bodies has not been a central program in language research. Thinking about the body in quite tangible terms was once a prominent part of modeling speech motor behavior. Joos’ (1948) model of coarticulation was driven by overlapping waves of innervation in muscle activation patterns, while Cooper et al’s. (1958 : 939), “action plans” described speech movements in terms of an inventory of muscle activations : “we may hope to describe speech events in terms of a rather limited number of muscle groups…” Turvey et al. (1978 : 566), however, shifted ...
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Embodying Speech - Lecture 3 - Coarticulation, Superposition, Representation (Bryan Gick 2019)

While any theory of speech behavior must ultimately incorporate the human body, modeling bodies has not been a central program in language research. Thinking about the body in quite tangible terms was once a prominent part of modeling speech motor behavior. Joos’ (1948) model of coarticulation was driven by overlapping waves of innervation in muscle activation patterns, while Cooper et al’s. (1958 : 939), “action plans” described speech movements in terms of an inventory of muscle activations : “we may hope to describe speech events in terms of a rather limited number of muscle groups…” Turvey et al. (1978 : 566), however, shifted ...
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Embodying Speech - Lecture 4 - Emergence in Embodied Speech : Sound Change, Ontogeny and Phylogeny (Bryan Gick 2019)

While any theory of speech behavior must ultimately incorporate the human body, modeling bodies has not been a central program in language research. Thinking about the body in quite tangible terms was once a prominent part of modeling speech motor behavior. Joos’ (1948) model of coarticulation was driven by overlapping waves of innervation in muscle activation patterns, while Cooper et al’s. (1958 : 939), “action plans” described speech movements in terms of an inventory of muscle activations : “we may hope to describe speech events in terms of a rather limited number of muscle groups…” Turvey et al. (1978 : 566), however, shifted ...
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Les bases neurophysiologiques de la production orthographique / Mélanie Jucla

Les bases neurophysiologiques de la production orthographique / Mélanie Jucla. In colloque "Les troubles du langage écrit. De l'enfance à l'âge adulte", organisé par le laboratoire Psychologie du Développement et Processus de Socialisation (PDPS) de l’Université de Toulouse II-Le Mirail, en association avec l’APEDYS Midi-Pyrénées. Toulouse : Université Toulouse II-Le Mirail, 16-17 mars 2012.Les bases neurophysiologiques de la production orthographique restent mal connues. Si l’observation de patients agraphiques après lésion cérébrale focale a donné lieu à l’identification de diverses régions comme impliquées dans cette fonction, la spécificité de ces résultats est faible car les lésions spontanées n’affectent qu’exceptionnellement une seule ...
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