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Language Origins:
Did Language Evolve Like the Vertebrate Eye, or Was It More Like Bird Feathers?

(Released December 2003)

 
  by Christopher Croom  

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  1. Minimizing the Genes for Grammar. The Minimalist Program as a Biological Framework for the Study of Language
    Lingua, 2003, 113, 7, July, 643-657

  2. Language Evolution: Consensus and Controversies
    Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 2003, 7, 7, July, 300-307

  3. Rule Learning by Cotton-Top Tamarins
    Cognition, 2002, 86, 1, Nov, B15-B22

  4. On the Construction of the Concept 'Language': Entrenched Conceptual Integration Networks Encountered in Evolutionary Biology and Language Evolution
    Odense Working Papers in Language and Communication, 2002, 3, 23, Aug, 55

  5. The Potential Neandertal Vowel Space Was as Large as That of Modern Humans
    Journal of Phonetics, 2002, 30, 3, July, 465-484

  6. The Selection of Languages: Darwinism and Linguistics
    Langages, 2002, 146, June, 7-18

  7. The Emergence of Phonological Systems
    Langages, 2002, 146, June, 70-79

  8. The Shannon Function of Language: A Clue to Its Evolution
    Langages, 2002, 146, June, 101-111

  9. Homo narrans: The Role of Narration in the Emergence of Language
    Langages, 2002, 146, June, 112-125

  10. The Evolution of Talk and the Emergence of Complex Society
    Semiotica, 2002, 138, 1-4, 205-233

  11. LANGUAGE, BANANAS AND BONOBOS: LINGUISTIC PROBLEMS, PUZZLES AND POLEMICS
    viii+150pp, UK: Blackwell, 2002

  12. Some Features That Make Mirror Neurons and Human Language Faculty Unique
    MIRROR NEURONS AND THE EVOLUTION OF BRAIN AND LANGUAGE, Stamenov, Maxim I., & Gallese, Vittorio [Eds], Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp 249-271

  13. On the Pre-Linguistic Origins of Language Processing Rates
    THE EVOLUTION OF LANGUAGE OUT OF PRE-LANGUAGE, Givon, T., & Malle, Bertram F. [Eds], Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp 171-214

  14. Looking for Neural Answers to Linguistic Questions
    MIRROR NEURONS AND THE EVOLUTION OF BRAIN AND LANGUAGE, Stamenov, Maxim I., & Gallese, Vittorio [Eds], Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp 323-331

  15. The Internal Structure of the Syllable: An Ontogenetic Perspective on Origins
    THE EVOLUTION OF LANGUAGE OUT OF PRE-LANGUAGE, Givon, T., & Malle, Bertram F. [Eds], Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp 135-153

  16. The Clausal Structure of Linguistic and Pre-Linguistic Behavior
    THE EVOLUTION OF LANGUAGE OUT OF PRE-LANGUAGE, Givon, T., & Malle, Bertram F. [Eds], Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp 215-229

  17. The Visual Information-Processing System as an Evolutionary Precursor of Human Language
    THE EVOLUTION OF LANGUAGE OUT OF PRE-LANGUAGE, Givon, T., & Malle, Bertram F. [Eds], Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp 3-50

  18. The Co-Evolution of Language and Working Memory Capacity in the Human Brain
    MIRROR NEURONS AND THE EVOLUTION OF BRAIN AND LANGUAGE, Stamenov, Maxim I., & Gallese, Vittorio [Eds], Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp 77-86

  19. The Mirror System and Joint Action
    MIRROR NEURONS AND THE EVOLUTION OF BRAIN AND LANGUAGE, Stamenov, Maxim I., & Gallese, Vittorio [Eds], Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp 115-124

  20. Missing Links, Issues and Hypotheses in the Evolutionary Origin of Language
    THE EVOLUTION OF LANGUAGE OUT OF PRE-LANGUAGE, Givon, T., & Malle, Bertram F. [Eds], Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp 83-106

  21. On the Evolutionary Origin of Language
    MIRROR NEURONS AND THE EVOLUTION OF BRAIN AND LANGUAGE, Stamenov, Maxim I., & Gallese, Vittorio [Eds], Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp 175-205

  22. The Gradual Emergence of Language
    THE EVOLUTION OF LANGUAGE OUT OF PRE-LANGUAGE, Givon, T., & Malle, Bertram F. [Eds], Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp 233-263

  23. The Relation between Language and Theory of Mind in Development and Evolution
    THE EVOLUTION OF LANGUAGE OUT OF PRE-LANGUAGE, Givon, T., & Malle, Bertram F. [Eds], Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp 265-284

  24. Mirror Neurons, Vocal Imitation, and the Evolution of Particulate Speech
    MIRROR NEURONS AND THE EVOLUTION OF BRAIN AND LANGUAGE, Stamenov, Maxim I., & Gallese, Vittorio [Eds], Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp 207-227

  25. The Language-Thought Partnership: A Bird's Eye View
    Language and Communication, 2001, 21, 2, Apr, 157-166

  26. Rank and Relationships in the Evolution of Spoken Language
    Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 2001, 7, 1, Mar, 37-50

  27. On the Role of Bridge Theories in Accounts of the Evolution of Human Language
    Language and Communication, 2001, 21, 1, Jan, 61-71

  28. Human Language and Our Reptilian Brain: The Subcortical Bases of Speech, Syntax, and Thought
    Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, 2001, 44, 1, winter, 32-51

  29. The Co-Evolution of Language and the Brain: A Review of Two Contrastive Views (Pinker & Deacon)
    Grazer Linguistische Studien, 2001, 55, spring, 1-20

  30. Newmeyer on Chomsky in Relation to the Origin and Evolution of Language
    Verba, 2001, 28, 391-401

  31. The Evolution of Language: Truth and Lies
    Philosophy, 2000, 75, 293, July, 401-421

  32. On the Relation of Speech to Language
    Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 2000, 4, 5(38), May, 187-196

  33. Discussing the Evolution of the Assorted Beasts Called Language
    Language and Communication, 2000, 20, 2, Apr, 149-160

  34. Imitation and the Emergence of Segments
    Phonetica, 2000, 57, 2-4, Apr-Dec, 275-283

  35. The Puzzle of Language Evolution
    Kognitionswissenschaft, 2000, 8, 4, Jan, 143-150

  36. LINGUA EX MACHINA: RECONCILING DARWIN AND CHOMSKY WITH THE HUMAN BRAIN
    298pp, Cambridge: Massachusetts Instit Technology Press, 2000

  37. Secret Language Use at Female Initiation: Bonding Gossiping Communities
    THE EVOLUTIONARY EMERGENCE OF LANGUAGE: SOCIAL FUNCTION AND THE ORIGINS OF LINGUISTIC FORM, Knight, Chris, Studdert-Kennedy, Michael, & Hurford, James R. [Eds], England: CU Press, 2000, pp 81-98

  38. From Potential to Realization: An Episode in the Origin of Language
    Linguistics, 2000, 38, 5(369), 989-1004

  39. How Protolanguage Became Language
    THE EVOLUTIONARY EMERGENCE OF LANGUAGE: SOCIAL FUNCTION AND THE ORIGINS OF LINGUISTIC FORM, Knight, Chris, Studdert-Kennedy, Michael, & Hurford, James R. [Eds], England: CU Press, 2000, pp 264-284

  40. Comprehension, Production and Conventionalisation in the Origins of Language
    THE EVOLUTIONARY EMERGENCE OF LANGUAGE: SOCIAL FUNCTION AND THE ORIGINS OF LINGUISTIC FORM, Knight, Chris, Studdert-Kennedy, Michael, & Hurford, James R. [Eds], England: CU Press, 2000, pp 27-39

  41. The Distinction between Sentences and Noun Phrases: An Impediment to Language Evolution?
    THE EVOLUTIONARY EMERGENCE OF LANGUAGE: SOCIAL FUNCTION AND THE ORIGINS OF LINGUISTIC FORM, Knight, Chris, Studdert-Kennedy, Michael, & Hurford, James R. [Eds], England: CU Press, 2000, pp 248-263

  42. Language and Hominid Politics
    THE EVOLUTIONARY EMERGENCE OF LANGUAGE: SOCIAL FUNCTION AND THE ORIGINS OF LINGUISTIC FORM, Knight, Chris, Studdert-Kennedy, Michael, & Hurford, James R. [Eds], England: CU Press, 2000, pp 62-80

  43. Introduction: The Emergence of Syntax
    THE EVOLUTIONARY EMERGENCE OF LANGUAGE: SOCIAL FUNCTION AND THE ORIGINS OF LINGUISTIC FORM, Knight, Chris, Studdert-Kennedy, Michael, & Hurford, James R. [Eds], England: CU Press, 2000, pp 219-230

  44. Social Transmission Favours Linguistic Generalisation
    THE EVOLUTIONARY EMERGENCE OF LANGUAGE: SOCIAL FUNCTION AND THE ORIGINS OF LINGUISTIC FORM, Knight, Chris, Studdert-Kennedy, Michael, & Hurford, James R. [Eds], England: CU Press, 2000, pp 324-352

  45. The Evolution of Sex Differences in Language, Sexuality, and Visual-Spatial Skills
    Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2000, 29, 1, Feb, 35-66

  46. The Spandrels of the Linguistic Genotype
    THE EVOLUTIONARY EMERGENCE OF LANGUAGE: SOCIAL FUNCTION AND THE ORIGINS OF LINGUISTIC FORM, Knight, Chris, Studdert-Kennedy, Michael, & Hurford, James R. [Eds], England: CU Press, 2000, pp 231-247

  47. Words, Memes and Language Evolution
    THE EVOLUTIONARY EMERGENCE OF LANGUAGE: SOCIAL FUNCTION AND THE ORIGINS OF LINGUISTIC FORM, Knight, Chris, Studdert-Kennedy, Michael, & Hurford, James R. [Eds], England: CU Press, 2000, pp 353-371

  48. Holistic Utterances in Protolanguage: The Link from Primates to Humans
    THE EVOLUTIONARY EMERGENCE OF LANGUAGE: SOCIAL FUNCTION AND THE ORIGINS OF LINGUISTIC FORM, Knight, Chris, Studdert-Kennedy, Michael, & Hurford, James R. [Eds], England: CU Press, 2000, pp 285-302

  49. The Neurethology of Primate Vocal Communication: Substrates for the Evolution of Speech
    Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 1999, 3, 10(31), Oct, 377-384

  50. GROOMING, GOSSIP, AND THE EVOLUTION OF LANGUAGE
    230pp, Cambridge, MA: Harvard U Press, 1996