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  1. Loraine McCune (2002). Mirror Neurons' Registration of Biological Motion. In Maxim I. Stamenov & Vittorio Gallese (eds.), Mirror Neurons and the Evolution of Brain and Language. John Benjamins. 42--315.
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  2. Lorraine McCune (2001). Is a Field Theory of Perseverative Reaching Compatible with a Piagetian View? Behavioral and Brain Sciences 24 (1):53-53.
    This commentary is a brief reflection on the relationship between the embodied cognition analysis and a Piagetian theoretical position. In particular, the place of A-not-B in the larger Piagetian framework and the importance of the concept of mental representation, in contrast with perceptual understanding, are noted.
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  3. Lorraine McCune (1999). Development, Consciousness, and the Perception/Mental Representation Distinction. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22 (4):627-628.
    Perceptual symbol systems provide a welcome alternative to amodal encapsulated means of cognitive processing. However, the relations between perceived reality and internal mentation require a more differentiated approach, reflecting both developmental differences between infant and adult experience and qualitative differences between consciously perceived and mentally represented contents. Neurological evidence suggests a developmental trajectory from initial perceptual states in infancy to a more differentiated consciousness from two years of age on. Children's processing of and verbal expressions regarding motion events provides an (...)
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  4. Lorraine McCune (1998). Frame Dominance: A Developmental Phenomenon? Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (4):522-523.
    Developmental aspects of the frame/content perspective are explored in relation to (1) transitions in early language acquisition, (2) possible differential neurological control for babbling and early and later speech, and (3) development of word production templates in precocious early speakers. Proportionally high frequency of bilabial stops in early stable words versus babble offers advantages for afferent monitoring and supporting “frame dominance.”.
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  5. L. McCune (1993). The Development of Play as the Development of Consciousness. In Marc Bornstein & A. O'Reilly (eds.), The Role of Play in the Development of Thought. Jossey-Bass.
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  6. Lorraine McCune (1993). A Developmental Look at Grooming, Grunting and Group Cohesion. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 16 (4):716.
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