Embodiment, muscle sense, and memory for speech

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (4):515-515 (1998)
MacNeilage's target article develops a theory for the evolution of human speech articulation along the lines of “slot- filler” structure. His content/frame schema commits him to the tenets of embodiment, muscle sense, and a memory for speech. My commentary ties these aspects together in their historical and current perspective.
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