1987 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
1981 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Linguistics, Vocal tract, Speech production, Acoustics and Cognitive science are his primary areas of study. His study in Vocal tract is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Intonation, Quality, Vocal pitch, Formant and Phonetics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Speech perception, Perception, Motor control, Aphasia and Neural substrate in addition to Speech production.
His research on Motor control also deals with topics like
His primary areas of investigation include Linguistics, Speech recognition, Acoustics, Speech production and Vocal tract. Much of his study explores Linguistics relationship to Perception. His research integrates issues of Acoustic phonetics and Auditory phonetics, Speech perception in his study of Speech recognition.
His work in Acoustics addresses issues such as Vowel, which are connected to fields such as Audiology. The concepts of his Speech production study are interwoven with issues in Communication, Cognition, Motor control, Cognitive science and Syntax. Philip Lieberman has included themes like Larynx, Anatomy, Formant, Homo sapiens and Neanderthal in his Vocal tract study.
Philip Lieberman mainly focuses on Cognition, Cognitive science, Linguistics, FOXP2 and Biological neural network. His Cognitive science study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Associative learning, Human communication and Syntax. He combines subjects such as Speech recognition, Perception, Gesture and Neurocomputational speech processing with his study of Syntax.
His studies in Linguistics integrate themes in fields like Singing and Mind–body problem. His study on FOXP2 also encompasses disciplines like
Philip Lieberman focuses on Linguistics, Cognitive science, Cognition, Motor control and Associative learning. His Linguistics study typically links adjacent topics like Neanderthal. Philip Lieberman works mostly in the field of Cognitive science, limiting it down to concerns involving Merge and, occasionally, Language and thought, Cognitive flexibility and Syntax.
His Motor control research incorporates elements of FOXP2, Speech production and Vocal tract. His Speech production research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Biological neural network and Vowel. His study explores the link between Vocal tract and topics such as Perception that cross with problems in Syntax.
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The Biology and Evolution of Language
Intonation, perception, and language
Speech Physiology, Speech Perception, and Acoustic Phonetics
Philip Lieberman;Sheila E. Blumstein.
Some Acoustic Correlates of Word Stress in American English
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (1959)
Some Effects of Semantic and Grammatical Context on the Production and Perception of Speech
Language and Speech (1963)
Uniquely Human: The Evolution of Speech, Thought, and Selfless Behavior
Phonetic Ability and Related Anatomy of the Newborn and Adult Human, Neanderthal Man, and the Chimpanzee
Philip Lieberman;Edmund S. Crelin;Dennis H. Klatt.
American Anthropologist (1972)
Speech production, syntax comprehension, and cognitive deficits in Parkinson's disease.
Philip Lieberman;Edward Kako;Edward Kako;Joseph Friedman;Joseph Friedman;Gary Tajchman;Gary Tajchman.
Brain and Language (1992)
The Evolution of Human Speech Its Anatomical and Neural Bases
Current Anthropology (2007)
Some Acoustic Measures of the Fundamental Periodicity of Normal and Pathologic Larynges
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (1963)
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