1. Primate Vocal Communication: A Useful Tool for Understanding Human Speech and Language Evolution?
  2. Pawel Fedurek, Katie E. Slocombe
  3. pp. 153-173
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  1. Communication and the Primate Brain: Insights from Neuroimaging Studies in Humans, Chimpanzees and Macaques
  2. Benjamin Wilson, Christopher I. Petkov
  3. pp. 175-189
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  1. Bird Speech Perception and Vocal Production: A Comparison with Humans
  2. Gabriël J. L. Beckers
  3. pp. 191-212
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  1. The Parental Antagonism Theory of Language Evolution: Preliminary Evidence for the Proposal
  2. William M. Brown
  3. pp. 213-245
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  1. Biological Adaptations for Functional Features of Language in the Face of Cultural Evolution
  2. Morten H. Christiansen, Florencia Reali, Nick Chater
  3. pp. 247-259
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  1. Learning Bias, Cultural Evolution of Language, and the Biological Evolution of the Language Faculty
  2. Kenny Smith
  3. pp. 261-278
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  1. Are Languages Really Independent from Genes?: If Not, What Would a Genetic Bias Affecting Language Diversity Look Like?
  2. Dan Dediu
  3. pp. 279-296
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  1. A Phylogenetic Analysis of the Evolution of Austronesian Sibling Terminologies
  2. Fiona M. Jordan
  3. pp. 297-321
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  1. Genes, Language, Cognition, and Culture: Towards Productive Inquiry
  2. W. Tecumseh Fitch
  3. pp. 323-329
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  1. Errata
  2. p. 332
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  1. Introduction: Integrating Genetic and Cultural Evolutionary Approaches to Language
  2. Alex Mesoudi, Alan G. McElligott, David Adger
  3. pp. 141-151
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