The Oxford handbook of language evolution. Tallerman, M. and Gibson, K. R, editors Oxford University Press, Oxford.
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1: Maggie Tallerman and Kathleen R. Gibson: Introduction: The evolution of language Part 1: Insights From Comparative Animal Behaviour 2: Kathleen R. Gibson and Maggie Tallerman: Introduction to Part 1: Insights from comparative animal behaviour 3: Kathleen R. Gibson: Language or Protolanguage? A review of the ape language literature 4: Robert M. Seyfarth and Dorothy L. Cheney: Primate Social Cognition as a Precursor to Language 5: Klaus Zuberbühler: Cooperative Breeding and the Evolution of Vocal Flexibility 6: Frans B. M. de Waal and Amy S. Pollick: Gesture as the Most Flexible Modality of Primate Communication 7: Katie Slocombe: Have we Underestimated Great Ape Vocal Capacities? 8: Peter Slater: Bird Song and Language 9: Vincent M. Janik: Vocal Communication and Cognition in Cetaceans 10: Irene M. Pepperberg: Evolution of Communication and Language: Insights from parrots and songbirds 11: Kathleen R. Gibson: Are Other Animals as Smart as Great Apes? Do Others Provide Better Models for the Evolution of Speech or Language? Part 2: The Biology of Language Evolution: Anatomy, Genetics, and Neurology 12: Kathleen R. Gibson and Maggie Tallerman: Introduction to Part 2: The Biology of Language Evolution: Anatomy, genetics, and neurology 13: W. Tecumseh Fitch: Innateness and Human Language: A biological perspective 14: Szabolcs Számadó and Eörs Szathmáry: Evolutionary Biological Foundations of the Origin of Language: The co-evolution of language and brain 15: Karl C. Diller and Rebecca L. Cann: Genetic Influences on Languaeg Evolution: An evaluation of the evidence 16: Kathleen R. Gibson: Not the Neocortex Alone: Other brain structures also contribute to speech and language 17: Merlin Donald: The Mimetic Origins of Language 18: William D. Hopkins and Jacques Vauclair: Evolution of Behavioural and Brain Asymmetries in Primates 19: Wendy K. Wilkins: Toward an Evolutionary Biology of Language Through Comparative Neuroanatomy 20: Michael A. Arbib: Mirror Systems: Evolving imitation and the bridge from praxis to language 21: Frederick L. Coolidge and Thomas Wynn: Cognitive Prerequisites for the Evolution of Indirect Speech 22: Ann MacLarnon: The Anatomical and Physiological Basis of Human Speech production: Adaptations and exaptations Part 3: The Pre-history of Language: When and Why Did Language Evolve? 23: Kathleen R. Gibson and Maggie Tallerman: Introduction to Part 3: The pre-history of Language: When and why did language evolve? 24: Rebecca L. Cann: Molecular Perspectives on Human Evolution 25: Bernard A. Wood and Amy L. Bauernfeind: The Fossil Record: Evidence for speech in early hominins 26: Alan Mann: The Genus Homo and the Origins of 'Humanness' 27: Thomas Wynn: The Palaeolithic Record 28: Steven Mithen: Musicality and Language 29: Francesco d'Errico and Marian Vanhaeren: Linguistic Implications of the Earliest Personal Ornaments 30: Rudolf Botha: Inferring Modern Language From Ancient Objects 31: David Lightfoot: Natural Selection-itis 32: Dean Falk: The Role of Honimim Mothers and Infants in Prelinguistic Evolution 33: Bart de Boer: Infant-directed Speech and Language Evolution 34: John L. Locke: Displays of Vocal and Verbal Complexity: A fitness account of language, situated in development 35: Kathleen R. Gibson: Tool-dependent Foraging Strategies and the Origin of Language 36: Robin I. M. Dunbar: Gossip and the Social Origins of Langauge 37: Chris Knight and Camilla Power: Social Conditions for teh Evolutionary Emergence of Language Part 4: Launching Language: The Development of a Linguistic Species 38: Maggie Tallerman and Kathleen R. Gibson: Introduction to Part 4: Launching Language: The development of a linguistic species 39: Stephen R. Anderson: The Role of Evolution in Shaping the Human Language Faculty 40: James R. Hurford: The Origins of Meaning 41: Michael C. Corballis: The Origins of Language in Manual Gestures 42: Stevan Harnad: From Sensorimotor Categories and Pantomime to Grounded Symbols and Propositions 43: Terrence W. Deacon: The Symbol Concept 44: Robbins Burling: Words Came First: Adaptations for word-learning 45: Michael Studdert-Kennedy: The Emergence of Phonetic Form 46: Peter F. MacNeilage: The Evolution of Phonology 47: Andrew Carstairs-McCarthy: The Evolution of Morphology 48: Maggie Tallerman: What is Syntax? 49: Derek Bickerton: The Origins of Syntactic Language 50: Andrew Carstairs-McCarthy: The Evolutionary Relevance of More and Less Complex Forms of Language 51: Maggie Tallerman: Protolanguage 52: Cedric Boeckx: The Emergence of Language, From a Biolinguistic Point of View Part 5: Language Change, Creation, and Transmission 53: Maggie Tallerman and Kathleen R. Gibson: Introduction to Part 5: Language Change, Creation, and Transmission 54: Bernd heine and Tania Kuteva: Grammaticalization Theory as a Tool for Reconstructing Language Evolution 55: Joan Bybee: Domain-general Processes as the Basis for Grammar 56: Paul T. Roberge: Pidgins, Creoles, and the Creation of Language 57: Susan Goldin-Meadow: What Modern-day Gesture can tell us About Language Evolution 58: Johanna Nichols: Monogenesis or Polygenesis: A single ancestral language for all humanity? 59: Brigitte Pakendorf: Prehistoric Population Contact and Language Change 60: Kenny Smith: Why Formal Models are Useful for Evolutionary Linguists 61: Simon Kirby: Language is an Adaptive System: The role of cultural evolution in the origins of structure 62: Angelo Cangelosi: Robotics and Embodied Agents Modelling of the Evolution of Language 63: Bart de Boer: Self-organization and Language Evolution 64: Katharing Graf Estes: Statistical Learning and Language Acquisition 65: Nick Chater and Morten H. Christiansen: A Solution of the Logical Problem of Language Evolution: Language as an adaptation to the human brain
@book{tallerman_oxford_2011,
	Address = {Oxford},
	Date = {2011},
	Date-Modified = {2017-04-06 18:14:51 +0000},
	Editor = {Tallerman, Maggie and Gibson, Kathleen R},
	Isbn = {978-0-19-954111-9},
	Keywords = {compilation, evolution, evolution of language, textbook},
	Language = {en},
	Publisher = {Oxford University Press},
	Title = {The Oxford handbook of language evolution.},
	Abstract = {1: Maggie Tallerman and Kathleen R. Gibson: Introduction: The evolution of language Part 1: Insights From Comparative Animal Behaviour 2: Kathleen R. Gibson and Maggie Tallerman: Introduction to Part 1: Insights from comparative animal behaviour 3: Kathleen R. Gibson: Language or Protolanguage? A review of the ape language literature 4: Robert M. Seyfarth and Dorothy L. Cheney: Primate Social Cognition as a Precursor to Language 5: Klaus Zuberbühler: Cooperative Breeding and the Evolution of Vocal Flexibility 6: Frans B. M. de Waal and Amy S. Pollick: Gesture as the Most Flexible Modality of Primate Communication 7: Katie Slocombe: Have we Underestimated Great Ape Vocal Capacities? 8: Peter Slater: Bird Song and Language 9: Vincent M. Janik: Vocal Communication and Cognition in Cetaceans 10: Irene M. Pepperberg: Evolution of Communication and Language: Insights from parrots and songbirds 11: Kathleen R. Gibson: Are Other Animals as Smart as Great Apes? Do Others Provide Better Models for the Evolution of Speech or Language? Part 2: The Biology of Language Evolution: Anatomy, Genetics, and Neurology 12: Kathleen R. Gibson and Maggie Tallerman: Introduction to Part 2: The Biology of Language Evolution: Anatomy, genetics, and neurology 13: W. Tecumseh Fitch: Innateness and Human Language: A biological perspective 14: Szabolcs Számadó and Eörs Szathmáry: Evolutionary Biological Foundations of the Origin of Language: The co-evolution of language and brain 15: Karl C. Diller and Rebecca L. Cann: Genetic Influences on Languaeg Evolution: An evaluation of the evidence 16: Kathleen R. Gibson: Not the Neocortex Alone: Other brain structures also contribute to speech and language 17: Merlin Donald: The Mimetic Origins of Language 18: William D. Hopkins and Jacques Vauclair: Evolution of Behavioural and Brain Asymmetries in Primates 19: Wendy K. Wilkins: Toward an Evolutionary Biology of Language Through Comparative Neuroanatomy 20: Michael A. Arbib: Mirror Systems: Evolving imitation and the bridge from praxis to language 21: Frederick L. Coolidge and Thomas Wynn: Cognitive Prerequisites for the Evolution of Indirect Speech 22: Ann MacLarnon: The Anatomical and Physiological Basis of Human Speech production: Adaptations and exaptations Part 3: The Pre-history of Language: When and Why Did Language Evolve? 23: Kathleen R. Gibson and Maggie Tallerman: Introduction to Part 3: The pre-history of Language: When and why did language evolve? 24: Rebecca L. Cann: Molecular Perspectives on Human Evolution 25: Bernard A. Wood and Amy L. Bauernfeind: The Fossil Record: Evidence for speech in early hominins 26: Alan Mann: The Genus Homo and the Origins of 'Humanness' 27: Thomas Wynn: The Palaeolithic Record 28: Steven Mithen: Musicality and Language 29: Francesco d'Errico and Marian Vanhaeren: Linguistic Implications of the Earliest Personal Ornaments 30: Rudolf Botha: Inferring Modern Language From Ancient Objects 31: David Lightfoot: Natural Selection-itis 32: Dean Falk: The Role of Honimim Mothers and Infants in Prelinguistic Evolution 33: Bart de Boer: Infant-directed Speech and Language Evolution 34: John L. Locke: Displays of Vocal and Verbal Complexity: A fitness account of language, situated in development 35: Kathleen R. Gibson: Tool-dependent Foraging Strategies and the Origin of Language 36: Robin I. M. Dunbar: Gossip and the Social Origins of Langauge 37: Chris Knight and Camilla Power: Social Conditions for teh Evolutionary Emergence of Language Part 4: Launching Language: The Development of a Linguistic Species 38: Maggie Tallerman and Kathleen R. Gibson: Introduction to Part 4: Launching Language: The development of a linguistic species 39: Stephen R. Anderson: The Role of Evolution in Shaping the Human Language Faculty 40: James R. Hurford: The Origins of Meaning 41: Michael C. Corballis: The Origins of Language in Manual Gestures 42: Stevan Harnad: From Sensorimotor Categories and Pantomime to Grounded Symbols and Propositions 43: Terrence W. Deacon: The Symbol Concept 44: Robbins Burling: Words Came First: Adaptations for word-learning 45: Michael Studdert-Kennedy: The Emergence of Phonetic Form 46: Peter F. MacNeilage: The Evolution of Phonology 47: Andrew Carstairs-McCarthy: The Evolution of Morphology 48: Maggie Tallerman: What is Syntax? 49: Derek Bickerton: The Origins of Syntactic Language 50: Andrew Carstairs-McCarthy: The Evolutionary Relevance of More and Less Complex Forms of Language 51: Maggie Tallerman: Protolanguage 52: Cedric Boeckx: The Emergence of Language, From a Biolinguistic Point of View Part 5: Language Change, Creation, and Transmission 53: Maggie Tallerman and Kathleen R. Gibson: Introduction to Part 5: Language Change, Creation, and Transmission 54: Bernd heine and Tania Kuteva: Grammaticalization Theory as a Tool for Reconstructing Language Evolution 55: Joan Bybee: Domain-general Processes as the Basis for Grammar 56: Paul T. Roberge: Pidgins, Creoles, and the Creation of Language 57: Susan Goldin-Meadow: What Modern-day Gesture can tell us About Language Evolution 58: Johanna Nichols: Monogenesis or Polygenesis: A single ancestral language for all humanity? 59: Brigitte Pakendorf: Prehistoric Population Contact and Language Change 60: Kenny Smith: Why Formal Models are Useful for Evolutionary Linguists 61: Simon Kirby: Language is an Adaptive System: The role of cultural evolution in the origins of structure 62: Angelo Cangelosi: Robotics and Embodied Agents Modelling of the Evolution of Language 63: Bart de Boer: Self-organization and Language Evolution 64: Katharing Graf Estes: Statistical Learning and Language Acquisition 65: Nick Chater and Morten H. Christiansen: A Solution of the Logical Problem of Language Evolution: Language as an adaptation to the human brain}}
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