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    Motoric Mechanisms for the Emergence of Non-local Phonological Patterns.Sam Tilsen - 2019 - Frontiers in Psychology 10.
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    Internal speech is faster than external speech: Evidence for feedback-based temporal control.Sam Tilsen - 2024 - Cognition 244 (C):105713.
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    Multitimescale Dynamical Interactions Between Speech Rhythm and Gesture.Sam Tilsen - 2009 - Cognitive Science 33 (5):839-879.
    Temporal patterns in human movement, and in speech in particular, occur on multiple timescales. Regularities in such patterns have been observed between speech gestures, which are relatively quick movements of articulators (e.g., tongue fronting and lip protrusion), and also between rhythmic units (e.g., syllables and metrical feet), which occur more slowly. Previous work has shown that patterns in both domains can be usefully modeled with oscillatory dynamical systems. To investigate how rhythmic and gestural domains interact, an experiment was conducted in (...)
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    Syntax with oscillators and energy levels.Sam Tilsen - 2019 - Berlin: Language science press.
    This book presents a new approach to studying the syntax of human language, one which emphasizes how we think about time. Tilsen argues that many current theories are unsatisfactory because those theories conceptualize syntactic patterns with spatially arranged structures of objects. These object-structures are atemporal and do not lend well to reasoning about time. The book develops an alternative conceptual model in which oscillatory systems of various types interact with each other through coupling forces, and in which the relative energies (...)
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