Philip Lieberman Fred M. Seed Professor of Cognitive and Linguistic Sciences Department of Cognitive and Linguistic Sciences
Professor of Anthropology
Department of Anthropology
. Professional Appointments 1957-59 Research Assistant, Research Laboratory of Electronics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1958-62. Lieutenant, United States Air Force: 1962-67 Research Staff, Speech Research Branch, Air Force Cambridge Research Laboratories 1967. Research Staff Member, Haskins Laboratories. Associate Professor, University of Connecticut; Professor, 1969; Acting Head, Department of Linguistics 1973-74 1974. Professor, Brown University
1975-77, 1981-86. Chairman, Department of Linguistics 1988 - 1991, Chairman, Department Cognitive and Linguistic
|Lieberman, Philip Free Will as an Open Scientific Problem. The European Legacy. 2016; 21 (4) : 434-435.|
|Lieberman P The evolution of language and thought.. Journal of anthropological sciences = Rivista di antropologia : JASS / Istituto italiano di antropologia. 2016; 94 : 127-46.|
|Lieberman, Philip A tangled tale of circuits, evolution, and language.. PsycCRITIQUES. 2015; 60 (6)|
|Lieberman, Philip Augustine: On the Free Choice of the Will, On Grace and Free Choice, and Other Writings.. The European Legacy. 2015; 21 (1) : 106-107.|
|Lieberman, Philip Language Did Not Spring Forth 100,000 Years Ago. PLoS biology. 2015; 13 (2) : e1002064.|
|Lieberman, Philip Response to Lewis.. PsycCRITIQUES. 2015; 60 (2)|
|The Science of Language: Interviews with James McGilvray . By Noam Chomsky . Cambridge : Cambridge University Press . 2012 . vi + 321 pp. £50 . ISBN 978-1-107-60240-3 . . The Modern Language Review. 2015; 110 (1) : 222-224.|
|Lieberman, Philip Better start with Darwin.. PsycCRITIQUES. 2014; 59 (39)|
|Philip Lieberman, Robert McCarthy The evolution of speech and language. The Handbook of PaleoAnthropology. 2014; : 1-33.|
|Lieberman, P. Synapses, Language, and Being Human. Science. 2013; 342 (6161) : 944-945.|
|Lieberman, Philip Vocal tract anatomy and the neural bases of talking. Journal of Phonetics. 2012; 40 (4) : 608-622.|
|Lieberman, Philip Book review: Origins of Human Communication. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol.. 2010; : NA-NA.|
|Querfurth, Henry W, Lieberman, Philip, Arms, Steve, Mundell, Steve, Bennett, Michael, van Horne, Craig Ophthalmodynamometry for ICP prediction and pilot test on Mt. Everest. BMC Neurology. 2010; 10 (1) : 106.|
|Pal, D. K., Li, W., Clarke, T., Lieberman, P., Strug, L. J. Pleiotropic effects of the 11p13 locus on developmental verbal dyspraxia and EEG centrotemporal sharp waves. Genes, Brain and Behavior. 2010; 9 (8) : 1004-1012.|
|Philip Lieberman, None The singing Neanderthals: The origins of music, language, mind and body, and: Music, language, and the brain (review). Language. 2009; 85 (3) : 732-736.|
|Kugler, Steven L., Bali, Bhavna, Lieberman, Philip, Strug, Lisa, Gagnon, Bernadine, Murphy, Peregrine L., Clarke, Tara, Greenberg, David A., Pal, Deb K. An autosomal dominant genetically heterogeneous variant of rolandic epilepsy and speech disorder. Epilepsia. 2008; 49 (6) : 1086-1090.|
|Lieberman, Philip Cortical-striatal-cortical neural circuits, reiteration, and the “narrow faculty of language”. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 2008; 31 (05)|
|Lieberman, Philip Old-time linguistic theories. Cortex. 2008; 44 (2) : 218-226.|
|Lieberman, Philip On the Neural Bases and Evolution of Free Will. The European Legacy. 2008; 13 (3) : 343-346.|
|Lieberman, Philip Current views on Neanderthal speech capabilities: A reply to Boe et al. (2002). Journal of Phonetics. 2007; 35 (4) : 552-563.|
|Lieberman, Philip Stand up for the wet noodle. New Scientist. 2007; 196 (2624) : 57.|
|Lieberman, Philip The Evolution of Human Speech: Its Anatomical and Neural Bases. Current Anthropology. 2007; 48 (1) : 39-66.|
|Lieberman, Philip The hermetic nature of linguistic research: A note to Jackendoff. The Linguistic Review. 2007; 24 (4)|
|Lieberman, Philip Limits on tongue deformation – Diana monkey formants and the impossible vocal tract shapes proposed by Riede et al. (2005). Journal of Human Evolution. 2006; 50 (2) : 219-221.|
|Lieberman, Philip The FOXP2 gene, human cognition and language. International Congress Series. 2006; 1296 : 115-126.|
|Lieberman, Philip, McCarthy, Robert C., Strait, David The recent origin of human speech. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 2006; 119 (5) : 3441.|
|Lieberman, Philip [Book Review: Evolution of Communication Systems: A Comparative Approach. The Vienna Series in Theoretical Biology. ] . Q REV BIOL. 2005; 80 (4) : 476-477.|
|Lieberman, Philip The pied piper of Cambridge. The Linguistic Review. 2005; 22 (2-4)|
|Lieberman, Philip Neuroanatomical structures and segregated circuits. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 1996; 19 (04) : 641.|
|Lieberman, Philip On Neanderthal speech and human evolution. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 1996; 19 (01) : 156.|
|Lieberman, Philip Universal Grammar and critical periods: A most amusing paradox. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 1996; 19 (04) : 735.|
|Lieberman, Philip Manual versus speech motor control and the evolution of language. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 1995; 18 (01) : 197.|
|Lieberman, Philip Language, evolution, and learning. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 1988; 11 (03) : 459.|
Lieberman, P. (in press) Evolution of Language 3: Physical Preadaptations. Encyclopedia of Linguistics, Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn.
Lieberman, P. (in press) Evolution of Language 1: Overview. Encyclopedia of Linguistics, Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn.
Hochstadt, J., H. Nakano, P. Lieberman and J. Friedman. In press. The roles of sequencing and verbal working memory in sentence comprehension deficits in Parkinson's disease. Brain and Language.
Lieberman, P. 2006. Towards an evolutionary biology of language. Cambridge Mass: Harvard University Press (in final production)
Lieberman, P. in press. Limits on tongue deformation – Diana monkey formants and the impossible vocal tract shapes proposed by Riede et al. (2005)Journal of Human Evolution
Lieberman, P. 2005. Foreword to, L. Polich, The emergence of the deaf community in Nicaragua. Wahington D.C.: Gallaudet University Press. (pp. vii-x)
Lieberman, P. 2005. review of From hand to mouth:The origins of language." Michael C. Corballis (Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2002)Annals of Biology
Lieberman, P., A. Morey, J. Hochstadt, M. Larson, and S. Mather. 2005. Mount Everest: A space-analog for speech monitoring of cognitive deficits and stress. Aviation, Space and environmental Medicine.76:198-207.
Lieberman P. 2005. Lieberman Collection of traditional life in the Tibetan Himalaya and Kathmandu Nepal. Tibetan and Himalayan Digital Library (THDL): URL: http://www.thdl.org/collections/resources/image_search/php then select COLLECTIONS, scroll to Lieberman images sorted by region
Lieberman, P. 2005. The pied piper of Cambridge. The Linguistic Review 2:223-235.
Lieberman, P. 2004. Subcortical brain circuits, speech and the evolution of semeosis. In M. Alac and P. Violi (Eds) In the beginning: evolution of semeosis. pp. 189-205.
Lieberman, P. in press. Review of Evolution of Communication Systems: A Comparative Approach, Eds. Kimbrough,D.O.and Griebel, U. , Cambidge Mass.: M. I. T. Press. (2004). Quarterly Review of Biology.
Lieberman, P. 2003. Motor control, speech and the evolution of human language," In M. H. Christianson and J. R. Hurford, Eds. Language evolution. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp.255-271.
Lieberman, P. 2003. Language evolution and Innateness. In M. T. Banich and M Mack (Eds) Mind, Brain and Language. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, pp. 3-22.
Lieberman, M., P. Lieberman and N. Jorden. 2003. The Tibetan Buddhist Wall Paintings of Mustang. Commissioned by the Getty Foundation. DVD and Brown University Website. http://dl.lib.brown.edu/BuddhistTempleArt
Lieberman, P. 2002. On the nature and evolution of the neural bases of human language. Yearbook of Physical Anthropology 45:36-62
Cymerman A., P. Lieberman, J. Hochstadt, P. B. Rock, G. E. Butterfield, and L. Moore. 2002. Speech motor control and the development of acute mountain sickness. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine. 73: 766-772.
Lieberman P. 2002. The evolution of speech in relation to language and thought. In. Harcourt, C. S. and Sherwood, B. R. (Eds) New Perspectives in Primate Evolution and Behaviour. Otley, UK:Westbury, pp. 105-126.
Lieberman, P. 2002 "Evolution of Language," In Encyclopedia of Evolution, M. Pagel, Ed.. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp. 605-607.
Lieberman, P. in press. Current views on Neanderthal speech capabilities: A reply to Boe et al., (20020. Journal of Phonetics.
Lieberman, P. (2001) On the neural bases of spoken language. In. In the Mind's Eye: Multidisciplinary perspectives on the evolution of the human mind. A. Nowell (Ed.) Ann Arbor: International Monographs in Prehistory. pp. 172-186.
Lieberman, P. 2001 "On the subcortical bases of the evolution of language. In J. Trabant and S. Ward (eds.) New essays on the evolution of language. Berlin-New York:Mouton de Gruyter. pp. 21-40.
Lieberman, P. (2001) Summary of "Human language and our reptilian brain: The subcortical bases of speech, syntax, and thought," Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 44:32-51.
Lieberman, P. 2000. Human language and our reptilian brain: The subcortical bases of speech, syntax, and thought, Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press. (Perspectives in Cognitive Neuroscience). Paperback edition published 2002.
Lieberman, P. 1999. Silver-Tongued Neanderthals? Science 283:175.
Pickett, E. R., Kuniholm, Protopapas, A, Friedman, J. and Lieberman, P. (1998) Selective speech motor, syntax and cognitive deficits associated with bilateral damage to the head of the caudate nucleus and the putamen. A single case study. Neuropsychologia 36:173-188.
Lieberman P. (2002) Eeeva Puhui Helsinki:Terra Cognita (Finnish translation of Eve Spoke (1998)
Lieberman, P. 1998, Eve spoke; Human Language and Human Evolution. New York: W. W. Norton. London: Picador, Macmillan. Selection of the Library of Science Book Club.
Lieberman, M. and P. Lieberman 1998. Switzerland's Mountain Inns, Countryman Press (Division of W W Norton: New York) -- Photographs
Lieberman, P. (1998) Let barking dogs sleep: Commentary on MacNeilage Brain and Behavioral Sciences 21:520-521.
Protopappas, A. and P. Lieberman (1997) Fundamental frequency of phonation and perceived emotional stress. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 101:267-277.
Lieberman, P. (1997) "Language evolution", in Dulbecco, R. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Human Biology, 2nd Edition, Academic Press:San Diego, pp. 243-247.
Lieberman, P. 1996. Neuroanatomical structures and segregated circuits. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:641
Friedman, J. H., Lieberman, P. Epstein, M., Cullen, K. Sanes, J. N., Lindquist, M. D. and Daamen, M. (1996) Gamma knife Pallidotomy in advanced Parkinson's Disease. Annals of Neurology. 39:535-538.
Lieberman, P. 1996. Universal grammar and critical periods: a most amusing paradox. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:735
Lieberman, P. 1996. On Neanderthal speech and human evolution. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19:156-157.
Lieberman, P. 1995. What Primate Calls Can Tell Us About Human Evolution. in E. Zimmermann, J. D. Newman, and U. Jurgens (Eds.) Current topics in primate vocal communication. New York:Plenum Press, pp. 273-282.
Lieberman, P. 1995. "Manual versus speech motor control and the evolution of language." Behavioral and Brain Sciences.¯
Lieberman, P. 1995. "Manual versus speech motor control and the evolution of language." Behavioral and Brain Sciences.¯
Lieberman, P., B. G. Kanki, A. Protopapas, 1995. "Speech production and cognitive decrements on Mount Everest." Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine. 66:857-864.
Lieberman, P. 1995. Some biological constraints on the analysis of prosody. In J. L. Morgan and K. Demuth (eds.) Signal to Syntax: Bootstrapping from speech to grammar in early acquisition. Hillsdale NJ: Earlbaum Associate. pp. 55-66.
Lieberman, P. 1994. The origins and evolution of language. Companion Encyclopedia of Anthropology: Humanity, Culture, and Social Life T. Ingold (ed.), London and New York: Routledge, pp. 108-132.
Lieberman, P. 1994. "Human language and human uniqueness." Language and Communication. 14:87-95.
Lieberman, P. 1994. "Hyoid bone position and speech: Reply to Arensburg et al. (1990)." American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 94:275-278.
Lieberman, P. 1994. Human communication: Anatomical and physiological aspects. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. S. Jones, R. Martin, D. Pilbeam and (eds), Cambridge University Press.pp. 134-137.
Lieberman, P. 1994. "Comment on: Signs of the origin of syntax," Current Anthropology
Lieberman, P., B. G. Kanki, A. Protopapas, E. Reed and J. W. Youngs. 1994. "Cognitive defects at altitude." Nature. 372:325.
Lieberman, P. 1994. "Functional tongues and Neanderthal vocal tract reconstruction: A reply to Houghton (1993)." American Journal of Physical Anthropology 95: 443-452.
Friedman, J. and Lieberman, P. 1994. Speech motor and cognitive deficits of Parkinson's disease. in A. D. Korczn (Ed.) Dementia in Parkinson's Disease. Bologna (Italy):Monduzzi Editore
Lieberman, P. 1994. Biologically bound behavior, free-will, and human evolution. In Conflict and Cooperation in Nature. ed. J. I. Casti, New York: John Wiley and Sons. pp. 133-163.
Seebach, B.S., Intractor, N., Lieberman, P. and Cooper, L.N. 1994. "A model of prenatal acquisition of speech parameters." Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences, USA. 94:7473-7476.
Lieberman, P., B. G. Kanki, A. Protopapas, E. Reed and J. W. Youngs. 1994. Cognitive defects at altitude. Nature. 372:325.
Lieberman, P. 1994. "Are there any purely linguistic deficits?" Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases. 182:494.
Lieberman, P. 1993. "Old stale wine in an old bottle--Comments on R. Burling, Primate calls, human language and nonverbal communication, Current Anthropology.
Lieberman, P. 1993. "The Kebara KMH-2 Hyoid and Neanderthal Speech." Current Anthropology.
Lieberman, P., 1992. Speech, Collier's Encyclopedia, New York: Macmillan.
Lieberman, P., Laitman, J.T., Reidenberg, J.S., and P. Gannon. 1992. The anatomy, physiology, acoustics and perception of speech: Essential elements in analysis of the evolution of human speech. Journal of Human Evolution. 23:447-467.
Lieberman, P. 1992. "Could an autonomous syntax module have evolved?" Brain and Language 43: 768-774.
Lieberman, P., Kako, E.T., Friedman, J., Tajchman, G., Feldman, L.S., and E.B. Jimenez. 1992. "Speech production, syntax comprehension, and cognitive deficits in Parkinson's disease." Brain and Language, 43: 169-189.
Lieberman, P. 1992. "On Neanderthal Speech and Neanderthal Extinction." Current Anthropology, 33:409-410.
Lieberman, P. 1992. On the Evolution of Language, In J. A. Hawkins and M. Gell-Mann, Eds. The Evolution of Human Languages. Reading, MA, Addison Wesley, pp. 21-48.
Lieberman, P. 1991. Language, Evolution. Encyclopedia of Human Biology, Vol. 4. New York: Academic Press, pp. 641-645.
Lieberman, P. 1991. Uniquely human: The evolution of speech, thought and selfless behavior, Cambridge Ma.: Harvard University Press.Selection of the Library of Science Book Club.
Lieberman, P. 1991. "Preadaptation, natural selection and function." Language & Communication, 11: pp. 63-65.
Lieberman, P., 1991. On the evolutionary biology of speech and syntax. Language Origin: A Multidisciplinary Approach. J. Wind, et al. (eds.), pp 409-429, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
Lieberman, P. 1990. The Evolution of Human Language. Seminars in Speech and Language. 11:63-76.
Lieberman, P., J. T. Laitman, J. Reidenberg, P. Gannon, and K. Landahl. 1990. "Folk Physiology and Talking Hyoid Bones -- A reply to John Marshall and Arensberg." Nature. 342:486-487.
Lieberman, P., Freidman, J. and L.S. Feldman 1990. "Syntax comprehension deficits in Parkinson's disease." The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. 178: 360-365.
Lieberman, P., 1989. The origins of some aspects of human language and cognition. In The human revolution: Behavioral and biological perspectives of the origins of modern humans. P. Mellars and C.B. Stringer (eds.) pp. 391-414, Edinburgh University Press.
Lieberman, P., 1989. Some biological constraints on universal grammar In Learnability and Teachability of Language. Schiefelbusch, R.L. and M. Rice (eds.).
Lieberman, P., 1989. "Comment on Gardner and Gardner-Feedforward vs. feedbackward: An ethological alternative to the law of effect." Behavioral and Brain Sciences
Lieberman, P., 1988. "On Human Speech, Syntax and Language." Human Evolution. 3:3-18.
Lieberman, P., 1988. Language, communication and rule-governed behavior. In H.J. Jerison and I. Jerison, Intelligence and evolutionary biology. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, pp. 143-156.
Lieberman P. and Blumstein, S.E., 1987. Speech Physiology, Acoustics, and Perception Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Lieberman, M. and P. Lieberman, 1987. Walking in Switzerland: The Swiss Way. Seattle, WA: The Mountaineers Books., 2nd edition 1997.
Sereno, J.A., Baum S.R., Marean, G.C. and P. Lieberman, 1987. "Acoustic analyses and perceptual data on anticipatory labial coarticulation in adults and children." Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 81:512-519.
Sereno, J.A. and P. Lieberman, 1987. "Developmental aspects of lingual coarticulation." Journal of Phonetics. 15:247-257.
Lieberman, P., 1987. "A reply to Jacques Mehler's 'Review of the The Biology and Evolution of Language'." Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 80:15321-1522.
Lieberman, P., 1986. The Developmental Physiology of Speech and the Evolution of Language. in R.J. Ruben, T.R. Van de Water, and E.W, Rubel (eds.) The Biology of Change in Otolaryngology, Amsterdam: Excerpta Medica.
Lieberman, P., 1986. "The Physiology of Cry and Speech in Relation to Linguistic Behavior" in Infant Crying: Theoretical and Research Perspectives, B Lester and D. Boukydis (eds.) Plenium Press.
Lieberman, P., 1986. "Alice in declinationland-A reply to Johan't Hart." Journal of the Acoustical Society of America.
Lieberman, P. 1986. Some Aspects of Dimorphism and Human Speech, Human Evolution 1:67-75. Reprinted in M. Pickford and B. Chiarelli (eds.), Sexual Dimorphism in Living and Fossil Primates. Firenze: (FI) Sedicesimo, 1986.
Lieberman, P. 1986. On Bickerton's Review of the Biology and Evolution of Language. American Anthropologist. 88:701-703.
Lieberman P., 1985. On the Acquisition by Infants: Physiology and Neural Control, in Intonation & Discourse. San Diego, California: College Hill Press, pp. 239-259.
Lieberman, P., Katz, W., Jongman, A, Zimmerman, R. and M. Miller, 1985. Measures of the sentence intonation of read and spontaneous speech in American English." Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 77:649-657.
Mack, M. and P. Lieberman, 1985. "Acoustic analysis of words produced by a child from 46 to 149 weeks." Journal of Child Language.12:527-550
Lieberman, P., 1985. "On the Evolution of Human Syntactic Ability: It's Pre-adaptive Bases-Motor Control and Speech." Journal of Human Evolution. 14:657-668.
Lieberman, P., Chatillon, M., Schupack, H. and R.H. Meskill, 1985. "Phonetic speech perception deficits in dyslexia." Journal of Speech and Hearing Research 28:480-486.
Lieberman, P., 1985. On the genetic basis of linguistic variation, in Invariance and Variability of Speech Processes. J. Perkell, G. Fant, B. Lindblom, D. Klatt and S. Shattuck-Huffnagel (eds.), Erlbaum.
Lieberman, P., 1984. The Biology and Evolution of Language. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Lieberman, P., 1982. The Innate Central Aspect of Intonation. for Festschrift for Dwight L. Bolinger, L.R. Waugh and C.H. von Schoonevelt (eds.).
Chapin, C. Tseng, C.Y. and P. Lieberman, 1982. "Short-term Release Cues for Stop Consonant Place of Articulation in Child Speech." Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 71:179-186. Ryalls, J.H. and P. Lieberman, 1982. "Fundamental Frequency and Vowel Perception." Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 72:1631-1633.
Lieberman, P., 1982. "Can Chimpanzees Swallow or Talk?", a reply to Falk." American Anthropologist 84:148-152.
Lieberman, P., 1981. Phonetics and Physiology: Some Current Issues, in Perspectives on Experimental Linguistics. G.E. Pridow, John Benjamins (ed.), Amsterdam, 1-34.
Lieberman, P., 1980. On the development of vowel production in young children, in Child Phonology: Perception and Production, G. Yeni-Komshian and J Kavanagh (eds.), New York: Academic Press, pp. 113-142.
Lieberman, P., 1979. "Hominid evolution, supralaryngeal vocal tract physiology, and the fossil evidence for reconstruction." Brain and Language, 7:101-126.
Lieberman, P. 1978. "A reply to Carlisle and Siegel's assessment of Neanderthal Speech Capabilities." American Anthropologist, 80:676-681.
Lieberman, P., 1977. The Phylogeny of Language in How Animals Communicate, T. A. Sebeok (ed.) Indiana University Press, pp. 3-25.
Lieberman, P., 1977 "More on hominid evolution, speech and language." Current Anthropology 18:550-551.
Lieberman, P., 1977. Speech Physiology and Acoustic Phonetics, New York: Macmillan.
Lieberman, P., 1976 "Interactive models for evolution: Neural mechanisms, anatomy and behavior", in Origins and Evolution of Language and Speech, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences¯, S.E. Harnard, H.D. Steklis and J. Lancaster (eds.), Vol. 280:660-672.
Lieberman, P., 1976. "Phonetic Features and Physiology: A Reappraisal." Journal of Phonetics, 4:91-112.
Lieberman, P., 1975. On the Origins of Language: An Introduction to the Evolution of Speech, New York: Macmillan.
Lieberman, P., 1975. The Evolution of Speech and Language, in The Role of Speech in Language, James F. Kavanagh and James E. Cutting (eds.).
Lieberman, P., 1975. "More discussion of Neanderthal speech." Linguistic Inquiry, 6:325-329.
Lieberman, P. and E.S. Crelin, 1974. "Speech and Neanderthal Man: A Reply to Carlisle and Siegel." American Anthropologist, 76: No. 2.
Lieberman, P., 1974. A study of the prosodic features. In: Current Trends in Linguistics, Vol. 12, T.A. Sebeok, ed., The Hague: Mouton and Company.
Lieberman, P., 1973. On the evolution of speech. Festschrift for Morris Halle. S. Anderson and P. Kiparsky (eds.) New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 107-127.
Lieberman, M.R. and P. Lieberman, 1973. "Olson's "projective verse" and the use of breath control as a structural element." Language and Style. 5:287-298.
Lieberman, P., Crelin, E.S. and D.H. Klatt, 1973. "Reply to "A Note on Phonetic Ability." American Anthropologist 75:1719-1721.
Lieberman, P. 1973. On the evolution of human language: a unified view. Cognition 2:59-64.
Lieberman, P., 1972. The Speech of Primates. The Hague: Mouton and Company.
Lieberman, P., Harris, K.S., Wolff, P. and L.H. Russell, 1972. "Newborn infant cry and nonhuman-primate vocalizations." Journal of Speech and Hearing Research. 14:718-727.
Lieberman, P., Crelin, E.S. and D. Klatt, 1972. "Phonetic ability and related anatomy of newborn and adult human Neanderthal man and the chimpanzee." American Anthropologist. 74:287-307. (also reprinted in The Speech Code. I.G. Mattingly and S. Engelhardt (eds.) New York: Sinnauer Association.
Sachs, J., Lieberman, P. and D. Erickson, 1972. "Anatomical and cultural determinants of male and female speech." In: Language attitudes: current trends and prospects, Monograph No. 25, Georgetown University Monograph Series in Language and Linguistics, Georgetown University, Washington, DC.
Lieberman, P. and E.S. Crelin, 1971. "On the speech of Neanderthal man." Linguistic Inquiry. 2:203-222.
Lieberman, P., 1971. Speech acoustics and perception. Indianapolis :Bobbs-Merrill.
Lieberman, P.,Sawashima, M., Harris, K.S. and T. Gay, 1970. "The articulatory implementation of the breath-group and prominence: crico-thyroid muscular activity in intonation." Language 46:312-327.
Lieberman, P., 1970. "Towards a unified phonetic theory." Linguistic Inquiry. 1:307-322.
Lieberman, P., D.L. Klatt and W. A. Wilson, 1969. "Vocal tract limitations on the vowel repertoires of rhesus monkey and other nonhuman primates." Science 164: 1185-1187
Lieberman, P., Knudson, R. and J. Mead, 1969. "Determination of the rate of change of fundamental frequency with respect to sub-glottal air pressure during sustained phonation." Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 45:1537-1543.
Lieberman, P., 1969. "On the acoustic analysis of primate vocalizations." Behavior Research Methods and Instruments. 1:169-174.
Lieberman, P., 1968. "Vocal cord motion in man." Proc. N.Y. Academy of Science Conference on Sound Production in Man. New York Academy of Science 155:28-38.
Lieberman, P., 1968. "Direct comparison of sub-glottal and esophageal pressure during speech." Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 43:1157-1164.
Lieberman, P., 1968. "Primate vocalizations and human linguistic ability." Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 44:1574-1784. (Reprinted in Perspectives on Human Evolution. 2. Washburn and Dolhinow (eds.) New York: Holt, Reinhart and Winston; and in The Speech Code, Mattingly and Engelhardt (eds.), Sinauer.)
Lieberman, P., 1967. Intonation, perception and language. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Lieberman, P., 1965. "On the acoustic basis of the perception of intonation by linguists." Word 21:40-54. (Reprinted in Readings in the Psychology of Language, Oldfield and Marshall (eds.), London: Penguin Books; and Intonation: Selected Readings, D. Bolinger (ed.), London: Penguin Books).
Lieberman, P., 1963. "Some effects of semantic and grammatical context on the production and perception of speech." Language and Speech. 6(3).
Lieberman, P., 1963. "Some acoustic measures of the fundamental periodicity of normal and pathologic larynges." Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 35:344-353.
Lieberman, P. and S. B. Michaels, 1962. "Some aspects of fundamental frequency and envelope amplitude as related to the emotional context of speech." Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 34:922-927. (Reprinted in Intonation: Selected Readings, D. Bolinger (ed.), London: Penguin Books).
Lieberman, P., 1961. "Perturbations in vocal pitch." Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 33:597-603.
"American English." Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 32:451-454. (Reprinted in Readings in Acoustic Phonetics, D.B. Fry (ed.), London: Penguin Books).
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