IS LANGUAGE UNIQUE TO THE HUMAN SPECIES ? by

@inproceedings{Hedeager2003ISLU,
  title={IS LANGUAGE UNIQUE TO THE HUMAN SPECIES ? by},
  author={Ulla Hedeager},
  year={2003}
}
  • Ulla Hedeager
  • Published 2003
The assertion that humans differ from animals in their use of language has been the subject of much discussion as scientists have investigated language use by non-human species. Researchers have taught apes, dolphins, and parrots various systems of human-like communication, and recently, the study of animal language and behaviour in its natural environment rather than in the laboratory has increased. It is my aim to discuss human language within an evolutionary perspective, to step across… CONTINUE READING

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