Affiliation: University of Texas
- The frame/content theory of evolution of speech productionP F MacNeilage
Department of Psychology, University of Texas at Austin 78712, USA
Behav Brain Sci 21:499-511; discussion 511-46. 1998....
- The motor core of speech: a comparison of serial organization patterns in infants and languagesP F MacNeilage
Department of Psychology, The University of Texas at Austin, 78712, USA
Child Dev 71:153-63. 2000..No explanation for these design features is available from Universal Grammar, and, except for feature 3, perceptual-motor learning seems to have only a limited causal role in acquisition of any design feature...
- The articulatory basis of babblingB L Davis
Department of Speech Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of Texas at Austin 78712 1089, USA
J Speech Hear Res 38:1199-211. 1995..All 30 individual predictions from both hypotheses were confirmed, leading to a conception of the articulatory basis of babbling as "Frame Dominance."..
- Motor mechanisms in speech ontogeny: phylogenetic, neurobiological and linguistic implicationsP F MacNeilage
Department of Psychology, University of Texas, Austin, TX 78712, USA
Curr Opin Neurobiol 11:696-700. 2001..The supplementary motor area appears important for production of this consonant-vowel frame in adults...
- An embodiment perspective on the acquisition of speech perceptionB L Davis
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of Texas at Austin, 78712, USA
Phonetica 57:229-41. 2000..Consideration of the role of 'intrinsic' (self-produced) perceptual information suggests that this frame may be an important basis for perceptual as well as production organization...
- On the origin of internal structure of word formsP F MacNeilage
Department of Psychology, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of Texas, Austin, TX 78712, USA
Science 288:527-31. 2000..The CV effects may be primarily biomechanically motivated. The LC effect may be self-organizational, with multivariate causality. The findings support the hypothesis that these four patterns were basic to the origin of words...
- Postural asymmetries and language lateralization in humans (Homo sapiens)L B Day
Department of Psychology, University of Texas, Austin 78712, USA
J Comp Psychol 110:88-96. 1996..As in 2 past studies, language lateralization was somewhat more strongly related to postural asymmetries than to asymmetries in manual skill and sequencing...
- 'Frame dominance' and the serial organization of babbling, and first words in Korean-Learning infantsSoyoung Lee
The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Tex, USA
Phonetica 64:217-36. 2007..Some implications of the results for generative phonology are considered...
- Acquisition of serial complexity in speech production: a comparison of phonetic and phonological approaches to first word productionBarbara L Davis
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, The University of Texas at Austin, Tex 78712, USA
Phonetica 59:75-107. 2002....
- Evolution of whole-body asymmetry related to handednessPeter F MacNeilage
Department of Psychology, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX 78712, USA
Cortex 42:94-5. 2006
- Segmental properties of input to infants: a study of KoreanSoyoung Lee
Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI 53201, USA
J Child Lang 35:591-617. 2008..IDS may serve to facilitate infant learning of ambient language phonological regularities...
- Frame dominance in infants with hearing lossDeborah von Hapsburg
Department of Audiology and Speech Pathology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 548 South Stadium Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996, USA
J Speech Lang Hear Res 51:306-20. 2008..The purpose of this study was to evaluate whether auditory sensitivity affects the internal organization of CV syllables in infants identified in the 1st year of life with hearing loss...