The prehistory of language. Botha, R. and Knight, C., editors Oxford University Press, Oxford.
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1: Rudolf Botha: Introduction: Rewards and Challenges of Multi-perspectival Work on the Evolution of Language and Speech 2: Robin Dunbar: Why Only Humans Have Language 3: Luc Steels: Is Sociality a Crucial Prerequisite for the Emergence of Language? 4: Steven Mithen: Holistic Communication and the Co-evolution of Language and Music: Resurrecting an Old Idea 5: Ian Cross and Ghofur Eliot Woodruff: Music as a Communicative Medium 6: John Odling-Smee and Kevin N. Laland: Cultural Niche construction: Evolution's Cradle of Language 7: Sonia Ragir and Sue Savage-Rumbaugh: Playing With Meaning: Normative Function and Structure in Play 8: David A. Leavens, Timothy P. Racine, and William D. Hopkins: The Ontogeny and Phylogeny of Non-verbal Deixis 9: Simone Pika and John C. Mitani: The Directed Scratch: Evidence for a Referential Gesture in Chimpanzees? 10: Maggie Tallerman: The Origins of the Lexicon: How a Word-store Evolved 11: Eric Reuland: Language-symbolization and Beyond 12: Elly van Gelderen: Grammaticalization From a Biolinguistic Perspective 13: Frederick L. Coolidge and Thomas Wynn: Recursion, Phonological Storage Capacity, and the Evolution of Modern Speech 14: Bart de Boer: Why Women Speak Better Than Men and its Significance for Evolution 15: Wendy K. WIlkins: Mosaic Neurobiology and Anatomical Plausibility
@book{botha_prehistory_2009,
	Address = {Oxford},
	Date = {2009},
	Date-Modified = {2016-11-06 18:21:20 +0000},
	Editor = {Botha, Rudolf and Knight, Chris},
	Isbn = {978-0-19-954588-9},
	Keywords = {evolution, evolution of language},
	Publisher = {Oxford University Press},
	Series = {Oxford {Studies} in the {Evolution} of {Language}},
	Title = {The prehistory of language},
	Abstract = {1: Rudolf Botha: Introduction: Rewards and Challenges of Multi-perspectival Work on the Evolution of Language and Speech 2: Robin Dunbar: Why Only Humans Have Language 3: Luc Steels: Is Sociality a Crucial Prerequisite for the Emergence of Language? 4: Steven Mithen: Holistic Communication and the Co-evolution of Language and Music: Resurrecting an Old Idea 5: Ian Cross and Ghofur Eliot Woodruff: Music as a Communicative Medium 6: John Odling-Smee and Kevin N. Laland: Cultural Niche construction: Evolution's Cradle of Language 7: Sonia Ragir and Sue Savage-Rumbaugh: Playing With Meaning: Normative Function and Structure in Play 8: David A. Leavens, Timothy P. Racine, and William D. Hopkins: The Ontogeny and Phylogeny of Non-verbal Deixis 9: Simone Pika and John C. Mitani: The Directed Scratch: Evidence for a Referential Gesture in Chimpanzees? 10: Maggie Tallerman: The Origins of the Lexicon: How a Word-store Evolved 11: Eric Reuland: Language-symbolization and Beyond 12: Elly van Gelderen: Grammaticalization From a Biolinguistic Perspective 13: Frederick L. Coolidge and Thomas Wynn: Recursion, Phonological Storage Capacity, and the Evolution of Modern Speech 14: Bart de Boer: Why Women Speak Better Than Men and its Significance for Evolution 15: Wendy K. WIlkins: Mosaic Neurobiology and Anatomical Plausibility}}
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