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[1]   The Faculty of Language: What's Special about it? - Pinker, Jackendoff - 2005   94
[2]   From monkey-like action recognition to human language: An evolutionary framework for neurolinguistics - Arbib - 2005   76
[3]   Coordinating Perceptually Grounded Categories through Language: A Case Study for Colour - Steels, Belpaeme - 2005   70
[4]   Understanding and sharing intentions: The origins of cultural cognition - Tomasello, Carpenter, Call, Behne, Moll - 2005   49
[5]   The evolution of the language faculty: Clarifications and implications - Fitch, Hauser, Chomsky - 2005   46
[6]   An Experimental Study of the Emergence of Human Communication Systems - Galantucci - 2005   43
[7]   The emergence and evolution of linguistic structure: from lexical to grammatical communication systems - Steels - 2005   37
[8]   Interlinguistic similarity and language death dynamics - Mira, Paredes - 2005   36
[9]   The Singing Neanderthals: The Origins of Music, Language, Mind and Body - Mithen - 2005   [ BOOK ]   35
[10]   Dancing to Darwin's tune. Book review of 'The Singing Neanderthals: The Origins of Music, Language, Mind and Body by Steve Mithen' - Fitch - 2005   35
[11]   The emergence of compositional structures in perceptually grounded language games - Vogt - 2005   34
[12]   The nature of the language faculty and its implications for evolution of language (Reply to Fitch, Hauser, and Chomsky) - Jackendoff, Pinker - 2005   33
[13]   Language evolution and population dynamics in a system of two interacting species - Kosmidis, Halley, Argyrakis - 2005   32
[14]   The emergence of grammar: Systematic structure in a new language - Sandler, Meir, Padden, Aronoff - 2005   32
[15]   Language as an evolutionary system - Brighton, Smith, Kirby - 2005   31
[16]   Regularizing Unpredictable Variation: The Roles of Adult and Child Learners in Language Formation and Change - Hudson-Kam, Newport - 2005   26
[17]   Monte Carlo simulation of the rise and the fall of languages - Schulze, Stauffer - 2005   26
[18]   Structural Phylogenetics and the Reconstruction of Ancient Language History - Dunn, Terrill, Reesink, Foley, Levinson - 2005   25
[19]   The Talking Ape: How Language Evolved - Burling - 2005   [ BOOK ]   25
[20]   The Self-Organization of Speech Sounds - Oudeyer - 2005   23
[21]   Topology Induced Coarsening in Language Games - Baronchelli, Dall'Asta, Barrat, Loreto - 2005   22
[22]   Simulation for competition of languages with an ageing sexual population - Schwammle - 2005   21
[23]   The invasion of language: emergence, change and death - Wang, Minett - 2005   19
[24]   Microscopic and Macroscopic Simulation of Competition between Languages - Stauffer, Schulze - 2005   19
[25]   Cultural Selection for Learnability: Three principles underlying the view that language adapts to be learnable - Brighton, Kirby, Smith - 2005   19
[26]   Explaining Universal Color Categories Through a Constrained Acquisition Process - Belpaeme, Bleys - 2005   17
[27]   A Bayesian view of language evolution by iterated learning - Griffiths, Kalish - 2005   17
[28]   The evolutionary language game: An orthogonal approach - Lenaerts, Jansen, Tuyls, de~Vylder - 2005   17
[29]   Constraints and preadaptations in the earliest stages of language evolution - Cheney, Seyfarth - 2005   17
[30]   A phylogenetic approach to cultural evolution - Mace, Holden - 2005   16
[31]   From words to dates: Water into wine, mathemagic or phylogenetic inference? - Atkinson, Nicholls, Welch, Gray - 2005   16
[32]   Origins of Language: Constraints on hypotheses - Johansson - 2005   [ BOOK ]   15
[33]   On the acquisition and evolution of compositional languages: Sparse input and the productive creativity of children - Vogt - 2005   15
[34]   Hierarchy in Fluid Construction Grammar - De~Beule, Steels - 2005   15
[35]   Mutual Exclusivity: Communicative Success Despite Conceptual Divergence - Smith - 2005   15
[36]   The Evolution of Language: A Comparative Review - Fitch - 2005   15
[37]   The Inferential Transmission of Language - Smith - 2005   14
[38]   Language Origins: Perspectives on Evolution - Tallerman - 2005   [ BOOK ]   12
[39]   Emergence of Communication in Embodied Agents: Co-Adapting Communicative and Non-Communicative Behaviours - Marocco, Nolfi - 2005   12
[40]   How can we explain the emergence of a language that benefits the hearer but not the speaker? - Mirolli, Parisi - 2005   12
[41]   Learning Semantic Combinatoriality from the Interaction between Linguistic and Behavioral Processes - Sugita, Tani - 2005   12
[42]   Emergence of communication in embodied agents: co-adapting communicative and non-communicative behaviours - Nolfi - 2005   12
[43]   On the power-law distribution of language family sizes - Wichmann - 2005   10
[44]   Language Acquisition, Change and Emergence: Essays in Evolutionary Linguistics - Minett, Wang - 2005   [ BOOK ]   10
[45]   Syntax for free? - Sole - 2005   9
[46]   What Triggers the Emergence of Grammar? - Steels - 2005   9
[47]   Grounding words in perception and action: computational insights - Roy - 2005   9
[48]   Language Networks: their structure, function and evolution - Sole, Corominas, Valverde, Steels - 2005   9
[49]   How Did Language go Discrete? - Studdert-Kennedy - 2005   9
[50]   The Major Transitions in the Evolution of Language - Zuidema - 2005   8
[51]   Vertical and horizontal transmission in language evolution - Wang, Minett - 2005   7
[52]   Linking in Fluid Construction Grammar - Steels, De~Beule, Neubauer - 2005   7
[53]   The Evolutionary Origin of Morphology - Carstairs-McCarthy - 2005   6
[54]   How Phonological Structures Can Be Culturally Selected for Learnability - Oudeyer - 2005   6
[55]   The emergence of linguistic form in time - MacWhinney - 2005   6
[56]   Unsupervised learning of natural languages - Solan, Horn, Ruppin, Edelman - 2005   5
[57]   Approaches to Grounding Symbols in Perceptual and Sensorimotor Categories - Cangelosi - 2005   5
[58]   A comparison of phylogenetic reconstruction methods on an Indo-European dataset - Nakhleh, Warnow, Ringe, Evans - 2005   4
[59]   The emergence of grammar from perspective taking - MacWhinney - 2005   4
[60]   Using mathematical models of language experimentally - O'Donnell, Hauser, Fitch - 2005   4
[61]   Connecting language to the world - Roy, Reiter - 2005   3
[62]   The emergence of links between lexical acquisition and object categorization: a computational study - Yu - 2005   3
[63]   Spatial prepositions and vague quantifiers: Implementing the functional geometric framework - Coventry, Cangelosi, Rajapakse, Bacon, Newstead, Joyce, Richards - 2005   3
[64]   The Mirror System Hypothesis: How did protolanguage evolve? - Arbib - 2005   3
[65]   The consequences of Zipf's law for syntax and symbolic reference - Ferrer-i-Cancho, Riordan, Bollobas - 2005   3
[66]   Developmental stages of perception and language acquisition in a perceptually grounded robot - Dominey, Boucher - 2005   3
[67]   Gene flow across linguistic boundaries in Native North American populations - Hunley, Long - 2005   2
[68]   Network of Syllables in Portuguese - Soares, Corso, Lucena - 2005   2
[69]   Emergence of grammatical constructions: evidence from simulation and grounded agent experiments - Dominey - 2005   2
[70]   The variation of Zipf's law in human language - Ferrer-i-Cancho - 2005   2
[71]   The Evolution of Music in Comparative Perspective - Fitch - 2005   2
[72]   Schizophrenia and the mirror system: an essay - Arbib, Mundhenk - 2005   1
[73]   Language Acquisition and Brain Development - Sakai - 2005   1
[74]   Emerging communication and cooperation in evolving agent societies - Buzing, Eiben, Schut - 2005   1
[75]   Temporal phylogenetic networks and logic programming - Erdem, Lifschitz, Ringe - 2005   1
[76]   The structure of syntactic dependency networks: insights from recent advances in network theory - Ferrer-i-Cancho - 2005   1

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