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[1]   The Faculty of Language: What Is It, Who Has It, and How Did It Evolve? - Hauser, Chomsky, Fitch - 2002   174
[2]   Simulating the evolution of language - Cangelosi, Parisi - 2002   [ BOOK ]   127
[3]   Foundations of Language: Brain, Meaning, Grammar, Evolution - Jackendoff - 2002   [ BOOK ]   119
[4]   Natural Language from Artificial Life - Kirby - 2002   96
[5]   Learning, Bottlenecks and the Evolution of Recursive Syntax - Kirby - 2002   89
[6]   The Emergence of Linguistic Structure: An overview of the Iterated Learning Model - Kirby, Hurford - 2002   87
[7]   Computational and evolutionary aspects of language - Nowak, Komarova, Niyogi - 2002   83
[8]   Molecular evolution of FOXP2, a gene involved in speech and language - Enard, Przeworski, Fisher, Lai, Wiebe, Kitano, Monaco, Paabo - 2002   74
[9]   Crucial Factors in the Origins of Word-Meaning - Steels, Kaplan, McIntyre, Van~Looveren - 2002   68
[10]   Compositional Syntax from Cultural Transmission - Brighton - 2002   64
[11]   The negotiation and acquisition of recursive grammars as a result of competition among exemplars - Batali - 2002   64
[12]   From Hand to Mouth: The Origins of Language - Corballis - 2002   [ BOOK ]   57
[13]   Bootstrapping grounded word semantics - Steels, Kaplan - 2002   30
[14]   Indo-European and Computational Cladistics - Ringe, Warnow, Taylor - 2002   28
[15]   Expression/induction models of language evolution: dimensions and issues - Hurford - 2002   28
[16]   The physical symbol grounding problem - Vogt - 2002   27
[17]   The Transition to Language - Wray - 2002   [ BOOK ]   27
[18]   Linguistic Evolution through Language Acquisition: Formal and Computational Models - Briscoe - 2002   [ BOOK ]   26
[19]   The cultural evolution of communication in a population of neural networks - Smith - 2002   26
[20]   The Mirror System, Imitation, and the Evolution of Language - Arbib - 2002   25
[21]   Grounding Symbols through Evolutionary Language Games - Steels - 2002   25
[22]   Self-organization and selection in the emergence of vocabulary - Ke, Minett, Au, Wang - 2002   22
[23]   On the nature and evolution of the neural bases of human language - Lieberman - 2002   21
[24]   Dual Processing in Protolanguage: Performance Without Competence - Wray - 2002   17
[25]   Learning and the evolution of language: The role of cultural variation and learning costs in the Baldwin Effect - Munroe, Cangelosi - 2002   17
[26]   Global organization of the Wordnet lexicon - Sigman, Cecchi - 2002   16
[27]   Phonemic coding might be a result of sensory-motor coupling dynamics - Oudeyer - 2002   16
[28]   Factors influencing the origins of colour categories - Belpaeme - 2002   16
[29]   On the Evolution of Grammatical Forms - Heine, Kuteva - 2002   15
[30]   Topology of the conceptual network of language - Motter, de~Moura, Lai, Dasgupta - 2002   14
[31]   The Evolution of Dialect Diversity - Livingstone - 2002   14
[32]   Natural selection and cultural selection in the evolution of communication - Smith - 2002   13
[33]   Competition and selection in language evolution - Mufwene - 2002   12
[34]   Symbol Grounding and the Symbolic Theft Hypothesis - Cangelosi, Greco, Harnad - 2002   11
[35]   Computer Simulation: A New Scientific Approach to the Study of Language Evolution - Cangelosi, Parisi - 2002   11
[36]   Sexual Display as a Syntactic Vehicle: The Evolution of Syntax in Birdsong and Human Language through Sexual Selection - Okanoya - 2002   10
[37]   Foraging Versus Social Intelligence in the Evolution of Protolanguage - Bickerton - 2002   10
[38]   Constraints on Communities with Indigenous Sign Languages: Clues to the Dynamics of Language Genesis - Ragir - 2002   9
[39]   Grounding the Mirror System Hypothesis for the Evolution of the Language-Ready Brain - Arbib - 2002   9
[40]   Linguistic Adaptation Without Linguistic Constraints: The Role of Sequential Learning in Language Evolution - Christiansen, Ellefson - 2002   8
[41]   The Darwinization of Linguistics - Croft - 2002   8
[42]   Comparative Vocal Production and the Evolution of Speech: Reinterpreting the Descent of the Larynx - Fitch - 2002   8
[43]   The Roles of Expression and Representation in Language Evolution - Hurford - 2002   7
[44]   The role of sequential learning in language evolution: Computational and experimental studies - Christiansen, Dale, Ellefson, Conway - 2002   7
[45]   A Unified Simulation Scenario for Language Development, Evolution, and Historical Change - Parisi, Cangelosi - 2002   6
[46]   Uniformitarian Assumptions and Language Evolution Research - Newmeyer - 2002   6
[47]   Auto-Organization and Emergence of Shared Language Structure - Hutchins, Hazlehurst - 2002   5
[48]   Simulated Evolution of Language: a Review of the Field - Perfors - 2002   5
[49]   Self-Organization and Categorical Behavior in Phonology - Wedel - 2002   5
[50]   Cognitive processes in grammaticalization - Bybee - 2002   4
[51]   Zipf's law and random texts - Ferrer-i-Cancho, Sole - 2002   4
[52]   The language of genes - Searls - 2002   4
[53]   Emergent semantics - Staab, Santini, Nack, Steels, Maedche - 2002   3
[54]   Mutual Online Concept Learning for Multiple Agents - Wang, Gasser - 2002   3
[55]   Negotiating the semantics of agent communication languages - Reed, Norman, Jennings - 2002   3
[56]   Language in a Darwinian Perspective - Bichakjian - 2002   [ BOOK ]   2
[57]   Did Language Evolve from Manual Gestures? - Corballis - 2002   2
[58]   Communication and Cooperation - Miller, Butts, Rode - 2002   1
[59]   Learning to communicate: The emergence of signaling in spatialized arrays of neural nets - Grim, Denis, Kokalis - 2002   1
[60]   The View From Elsewhere: Perspectives on ALife Modeling - Wheeler, Bullock, Paolo, Noble, Bedau, Husbands, Kirby, Seth - 2002   1
[61]   The 'Finished Artefact Fallacy': Acheulean Handaxes and Language Origins - Davidson - 2002   1

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