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De la substance à la forme : rôle des contraintes motrices orofaciales et brachiomanuelles de la parole dans l'émergence du langage

Abstract : And what if the sensori-motor properties of speech model language ? This hypothesis drove language in the field of complexity and embodied cognition. Here, we introduce different kind of evidences showing the part of the motricity of speech in the genesis of language. Orofacial motricity, first, with the assumption that the properties of inter-articulators coordination may constraint the morphogenesis of langage. Orofacial and brachiomanual motricity, then, with the hypothesis that language may emerge from hand-mouth coordination that support the act of pointing by the voice and by the hand. Hence, our experiments analyze the recorded motions of speakers of french during differents tasks in order to establish the properties of jaw-tongue-lips coordinations in speech and of jaw-hand coordination in pointing. These studies lie whithin the global and recent research framework that propose to investigate language as a complex-system.
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Amélie Rochet-Capellan. De la substance à la forme : rôle des contraintes motrices orofaciales et brachiomanuelles de la parole dans l'émergence du langage. Psychologie. Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble - INPG, 2007. Français. ⟨tel-00200933⟩

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