Multidisciplinary Approaches in Evolutionary Linguistics.

@article{Gong2013MultidisciplinaryAI,
  title={Multidisciplinary Approaches in Evolutionary Linguistics.},
  author={T. Gong and L. Shuai and Yicheng Wu},
  journal={Language Sciences},
  year={2013},
  volume={37},
  pages={1-13}
}
Abstract Studying language evolution has become resurgent in modern scientific research. In this revival field, approaches from a number of disciplines other than linguistics, including (paleo)anthropology and archaeology, animal behaviors, genetics, neuroscience, computer simulation, and psychological experimentation, have been adopted, and a wide scope of topics have been examined in one way or another, covering not only world languages, but also human behaviors, brains and cultural products… Expand
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