Mandibular motor control during the early development of speech and nonspeech behaviors.

@article{Steeve2009MandibularMC,
  title={Mandibular motor control during the early development of speech and nonspeech behaviors.},
  author={Roger W. Steeve and Christopher A. Moore},
  journal={Journal of speech, language, and hearing research : JSLHR},
  year={2009},
  volume={52 6},
  pages={1530-54}
}
PURPOSE The mandible is often portrayed as a primary structure of early babble production, but empiricists still need to specify (a) how mandibular motor control and kinematics vary among different types of multisyllabic babble, (b) whether chewing or jaw oscillation relies on a coordinative infrastructure that can be exploited for early types of… CONTINUE READING