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1984. Bioprograms and the innateness hypothesis. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7:2  pp. 188 ff. Crossref logo
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1984. Creole is still king. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7:2  pp. 212 ff. Crossref logo
Bickerton, Derek
1984. The language bioprogram hypothesis. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7:2  pp. 173 ff. Crossref logo
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1984. A bioprogram for language: Not whether but how?. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7:2  pp. 190 ff. Crossref logo
Cartmill, Matt
1984. Innate grammars and the evolutionary presumption. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7:2  pp. 191 ff. Crossref logo
Corne, Chris
1984. On the transmission of substratal features in creolisation. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7:2  pp. 191 ff. Crossref logo
Cromer, Richard F.
1984. Language acquisition: Genetically encoded instructions or a set of processing mechanisms?. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7:2  pp. 192 ff. Crossref logo
Ferraz, L. Ivens
1984. The substrate of Annobonese. African Studies 43:2  pp. 119 ff. Crossref logo
Goodman, Morris
1984. Are creole structures innate?. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7:2  pp. 193 ff. Crossref logo
Gopnik, M.
1984. From pidgins to pigeons. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7:2  pp. 194 ff. Crossref logo
Hornstein, Norbert
1984. Grades of nativism. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7:2  pp. 195 ff. Crossref logo
Jenkins, Lyle
1984. Pidgins, Creoles, and universal grammar. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7:2  pp. 196 ff. Crossref logo
Keil, Frank C.
1984. Of pidgins and pigeons. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7:2  pp. 197 ff. Crossref logo
Kouwenberg, Silvia
1992. From OV to VO linguistic negotiation in the development of Berbice Dutch creole. Lingua 88:3-4  pp. 263 ff. Crossref logo
Lightfoot, David W.
1984. The relative richness of triggers and the bioprogram. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7:2  pp. 198 ff. Crossref logo
Marantz, Alec
1984. Creolization: Special evidence for innateness?. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7:2  pp. 199 ff. Crossref logo
Maratsos, Michael
1984. How degenerate is the input to creoles and where do its biases come from?. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7:2  pp. 200 ff. Crossref logo
Marshall, John C.
1984. Pidgins are everywhere. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7:2  pp. 201 ff. Crossref logo
Meier, Richard P.
1984. Sign as creole. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7:2  pp. 201 ff. Crossref logo
Mufwene, Salikoko S.
1984. The language bioprogram hypothesis, creole studies, and linguistic theory. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7:2  pp. 202 ff. Crossref logo
Muysken, Pieter
1984. Do creoles give insight into the human language faculty?. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7:2  pp. 203 ff. Crossref logo
Posner, Rebecca
1984. Creolization or linguistic change?. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7:2  pp. 204 ff. Crossref logo
Roberts, Peter A.
1984. Problems with similarities across creoles and the development of creole. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7:2  pp. 205 ff. Crossref logo
Samarin, William J.
1984. Socioprogrammed linguistics. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7:2  pp. 206 ff. Crossref logo
Sampson, Geoffrey
1984. Do Creoles prove what “ordinary” languages don't?. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7:2  pp. 207 ff. Crossref logo
Seuren, Pieter A. M.
1984. The bioprogram hypothesis: Facts and fancy. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7:2  pp. 208 ff. Crossref logo
Slobin, Dan I.
1984. Child language and the bioprogram. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7:2  pp. 209 ff. Crossref logo
Wang, William S-Y.
1984. Organum ex machina?. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7:2  pp. 210 ff. Crossref logo
Woolford, Ellen
1984. Why creoles won't reveal the properties of universal grammar. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7:2  pp. 211 ff. Crossref logo

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