The Oxford Handbook of Language Evolution

@inproceedings{Tallerman2013TheOH,
  title={The Oxford Handbook of Language Evolution},
  author={M. Tallerman and K. Gibson},
  year={2013}
}
PART 1: INSIGHTS FROM COMPARATIVE ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR PART 2: THE BIOLOGY OF LANGUAGE EVOLUTION: ANATOMY, GENETICS, AND NEUROLOGY PART 3: THE PRE-HISTORY OF LANGUAGE: WHEN AND WHY DID LANGUAGE EVOLVE? PART 4: LAUNCHING LANGUAGE: THE DEVELOPMENT OF A LINGUISTIC SPECIES PART 5: LANGUAGE CHANGE, CREATION, AND TRANSMISSION 
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No Country for Oldowan Men: Emerging Factors in Language Evolution
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Pragmatics and the aims of language evolution
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The Evolutionary Development of Human Language
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Language evolution:Current status and future directions
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No Country for Oldowan Men: Self-Domestication and Cranial Globularity as Factors in Language Evolution
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The precedence of syntax in the rapid emergence of human language in evolution as defined by the integration hypothesis
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Origins of Language
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