Sex and Language

@inproceedings{Language2004SexAL,
  title={Sex and Language},
  author={Language and AS PRETEND-PLAY and C. Gregory Knight},
  year={2004}
}
Primates negotiate socially through displays of dominance, submission, appeasement, threat, sexual arousal and so forth. Each vocal signal forms part of a more complex visual-auditory display which includes posture and facial expression. A chimpanzee may express fear, for example, by a ‘pant-scream’ accompanied by a ‘grin’. Presentation of the rump… CONTINUE READING