Evolution of Communication

Volume 4, Issue 2 (2001)

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Table of Contents
Note from the publisher
The segmentation of speech and its implications for the emergence of language structure
Caroline Lyon, Bob Dickerson and Chrystopher L. Nehaniv
Do facial structural characteristics communicate information about health?
Todd K. Shackelford and Randy J. Larsen
Regulation of vocal output by chimpanzees finding food in the presence or absence of an audience
Sarah F. Brosnan and Frans B.M. de Waal
Acoustic structure and contexts of emission of vocal signals by black lemurs
Delphine Gosset, Isabelle Fornasieri and Jean-Jacques Roeder
Meaning = Life (+ Culture): An outline of a unified biocultural theory of meaning
Jordan Zlatev
Book Reviews
Review of Corballis (2002): From Hand to Mouth: The Origins of Language
Reviewed by Robbins Burling
Contents of Volume 4
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