The Cambridge handbook of biolinguistics. Boeckx, C. and Grohmann, K. K, editors Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
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1.- Introducing the volume Kleanthes K. Grohmann and Cedric Boeckx; 2.- Biolinguistics -- a historical perspective Lyle Jenkins; 3.- Biolinguistics yesterday, today and tomorrow Massimo Piattelli-Palmarini; 4.- The philosophical foundations of biolinguistics James McGilvray; 5.- (Evidence for) the language instinct Ianthi Maria Tsimpli; 6.- Sensitive phases in successive language acquisition: the critical period hypothesis revisited Jürgen M. Meisel; 7.- Discovering word forms and word meanings: the role of phrasal prosody and function words Séverine Millotte, Elodie Cauvet, Perrine Brusini and Anne Christophe; 8.- Luria's biolinguistic suggestion and the growth of language Ken Wexler; 9.- Parameters in language acquisition Lisa Pearl and Jeffrey Lidz; 10.- Bilingualism beyond language: on the impact of bilingualism on executive control Mireia Hernández, Clara D. Martin, Núria Sebastián-Gallés and Albert Costa; 11.- The role of experimental syntax in an integrated cognitive science of language Jon Sprouse and Diogo Almeida; 12.- Working memory and language processing: theory, data and directions for future research Matthew Wagers and Brian McElree; 13.- Computational primitives in phonology and their neural correlates Philip J. Monahan, Ellen F. Lau and William J. Idsardi; 14.- Computational primitives in syntax and possible brain correlates Matthias Schlesewsky and Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky; 15.- Computational primitives in morphology and possible brain correlates Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky and Matthias Schlesewsky; 16.- Grounding the cognitive neuroscience of semantics in linguistic theory Liina Pylkkänen, Jonathan Brennan and Douglas Bemis; 17.- Modularity and descent with modification Gary F. Marcus, Cristina D. Rabaglia and Hugh Rabagliati; 18.- The role of Broca's area in language function Gregory Hickok; 19.- Lexical retrieval and breakdown in aphasia and developmental language impairment Naama Friedmann, Michal Biran and Dror Dotan; 20.- Genetics of language: roots of specific language deficits Antonio Benítez-Burraco; 21.- The cognitive capacities of non-human primates Klaus Zuberbühler; 22.- Birdsong for biolinguistics Kazuo Okanoya; 23.- Language, culture and computation: an adaptive systems approach to biolinguistics Simon Kirby; 24.- Language and natural selection Derek Bickerton; 25.- The fossils of language: what are they? who has them? how did they evolve? Sergio Balari, Antonio Benítez-Burraco, Víctor M. Longa and Guillermo Lorenzo.
@book{boeckx_cambridge_2013,
	Address = {Cambridge},
	Date = {2013},
	Date-Modified = {2017-04-06 18:14:51 +0000},
	Editor = {Boeckx, Cedric and Grohmann, Kleanthes K},
	Keywords = {biology, compilation, phonology, textbook},
	Publisher = {Cambridge University Press},
	Title = {The Cambridge handbook of biolinguistics},
	Abstract = {1.- Introducing the volume Kleanthes K. Grohmann and Cedric Boeckx; 2.- Biolinguistics -- a historical perspective Lyle Jenkins; 3.- Biolinguistics yesterday, today and tomorrow Massimo Piattelli-Palmarini; 4.- The philosophical foundations of biolinguistics James McGilvray; 5.- (Evidence for) the language instinct Ianthi Maria Tsimpli; 6.- Sensitive phases in successive language acquisition: the critical period hypothesis revisited Jürgen M. Meisel; 7.- Discovering word forms and word meanings: the role of phrasal prosody and function words Séverine Millotte, Elodie Cauvet, Perrine Brusini and Anne Christophe; 8.- Luria's biolinguistic suggestion and the growth of language Ken Wexler; 9.- Parameters in language acquisition Lisa Pearl and Jeffrey Lidz; 10.- Bilingualism beyond language: on the impact of bilingualism on executive control Mireia Hernández, Clara D. Martin, Núria Sebastián-Gallés and Albert Costa; 11.- The role of experimental syntax in an integrated cognitive science of language Jon Sprouse and Diogo Almeida; 12.- Working memory and language processing: theory, data and directions for future research Matthew Wagers and Brian McElree; 13.- Computational primitives in phonology and their neural correlates Philip J. Monahan, Ellen F. Lau and William J. Idsardi; 14.- Computational primitives in syntax and possible brain correlates Matthias Schlesewsky and Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky; 15.- Computational primitives in morphology and possible brain correlates Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky and Matthias Schlesewsky; 16.- Grounding the cognitive neuroscience of semantics in linguistic theory Liina Pylkkänen, Jonathan Brennan and Douglas Bemis; 17.- Modularity and descent with modification Gary F. Marcus, Cristina D. Rabaglia and Hugh Rabagliati; 18.- The role of Broca's area in language function Gregory Hickok; 19.- Lexical retrieval and breakdown in aphasia and developmental language impairment Naama Friedmann, Michal Biran and Dror Dotan; 20.- Genetics of language: roots of specific language deficits Antonio Benítez-Burraco; 21.- The cognitive capacities of non-human primates Klaus Zuberbühler; 22.- Birdsong for biolinguistics Kazuo Okanoya; 23.- Language, culture and computation: an adaptive systems approach to biolinguistics Simon Kirby; 24.- Language and natural selection Derek Bickerton; 25.- The fossils of language: what are they? who has them? how did they evolve? Sergio Balari, Antonio Benítez-Burraco, Víctor M. Longa and Guillermo Lorenzo.}}
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