Evolution of Communication 4:2
[Evolution of Communication, 4:2] 2001.
Publishing status: Available
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Table of Contents
The segmentation of speech and its implications for the emergence of language structureCaroline Lyon, Bob Dickerson & Chrystopher L. Nehaniv | pp. 161–182
Do facial structural characteristics communicate information about health?Todd K. Shackelford & Randy J. Larsen | pp. 183–210
Regulation of vocal output by chimpanzees finding food in the presence or absence of an audienceSarah F. Brosnan & Frans B.M. de Waal | pp. 211–224
Acoustic structure and contexts of emission of vocal signals by black lemursDelphine Gosset, Isabelle Fornasieri & Jean-Jacques Roeder | pp. 225–251
Meaning = Life (+ Culture): An outline of a unified biocultural theory of meaningJordan Zlatev | pp. 253–296
Michael C. Corballis. 2002. From Hand to Mouth: The Origins of LanguageReviewed by Robbins Burling | pp. 297–300
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