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[1]   Language Acquisition Meets Language Evolution - Chater, Christiansen - 2010   15
[2]   The Evolution of Language - Fitch - 2010   [ BOOK ]   15
[3]   Modeling the emergence of universality in color naming patterns - Baronchelli, Gong, Puglisi, Loreto - 2010   15
[4]   The shape and tempo of language evolution - Greenhill, Atkinson, Meade, Gray - 2010   11
[5]   Using category structures to test iterated learning as a method for identifying inductive biases - Griffiths, Christian, Kalish - 2010   11
[6]   Language evolution in the laboratory - Scott-Phillips, Kirby - 2010   10
[7]   Language structure is partly determined by social structure - Lupyan, Dale - 2010   10
[8]   Evolutionary Conditions for the Emergence of Communication - Mitri, Floreano, Keller - 2010   10
[9]   Can iterated learning explain the emergence of graphical symbols? - Garrod, Fay, Rogers, Walker, Swoboda - 2010   9
[10]   Language networks: Their structure, function, and evolution - Sole, Corominas-Murtra, Valverde, Steels - 2010   9
[11]   Evolution of Language as One of the Major Evolutionary Transitions - Szathmary - 2010   9
[12]   The interactive evolution of human communication systems - Fay, Garrod, Roberts, Swoboda - 2010   8
[13]   How culture shaped the human genome: bringing genetics and the human sciences together - Laland, Odling-Smee, Myles - 2010   7
[14]   Evolution of communication and language in embodied agents - Nolfi, Mirolli - 2010   [ BOOK ]   7
[15]   Twitter evolution: converging mechanisms in birdsong and human speech - Bolhuis, Okanoya, Scharff - 2010   7
[16]   On the shape and fabric of human history - Gray, Bryant, Greenhill - 2010   7
[17]   Is horizontal transmission really a problem for phylogenetic comparative methods? A simulation study using continuous cultural traits - Currie, Greenhill, Mace, Currie, Greenhill, Mace - 2010   7
[18]   Words as alleles: connecting language evolution with Bayesian learners to models of genetic drift - Reali, Griffiths - 2010   6
[19]   Social Cognition and the Evolution of Language: Constructing Cognitive Phylogenies - Fitch, Huber, Bugnyar - 2010   6
[20]   Experimental semiotics: A new approach for studying the emergence and the evolution of human communication - Galantucci, Garrod - 2010   6
[21]   Open-ended semantics co-evolving with spatial language - Spranger, Pauw, Loetzsch - 2010   6
[22]   Eliminating unpredictable variation through iterated learning - Smith, Wonnacott - 2010   6
[23]   Multi-agent simulations of the evolution of combinatorial phonology - de~Boer, Zuidema - 2010   6
[24]   Computer Models of Vocal Tract Evolution: An Overview and Critique - de~Boer, Fitch - 2010   5
[25]   The effects of rapidity of fading on communication systems - Galantucci, Kroos, Rhodes - 2010   5
[26]   Investigating how cultural transmission leads to the appearance of design without a designer in human communication systems - Cornish - 2010   5
[27]   Integration of action and language knowledge: A roadmap for developmental robotics - Cangelosi, Metta, Sagerer, Nolfi, Nehaniv, Fischer, Tani, Belpaeme, Sandini, Nori, others - 2010   5
[28]   Diversity, competition, extinction: the ecophysics of language change - Sole, Corominas-Murtra, Fortuny - 2010   5
[29]   Mirror system activity for action and language is embedded in the integration of dorsal and ventral pathways - Arbib - 2010   4
[30]   Language evolution: Computer models for empirical data - Vogt, de~Boer - 2010   4
[31]   Zebra finches exhibit speaker-independent phonetic perception of human speech - Ohms, Gill, Van~Heijningen, Beckers, ten Cate - 2010   4
[32]   Systematicity and arbitrariness in novel communication systems - Theisen, Oberlander, Kirby - 2010   4
[33]   Grounding language in action and perception: from cognitive agents to humanoid robots - Cangelosi - 2010   4
[34]   Brain embodiment of syntax and grammar: Discrete combinatorial mechanisms spelt out in neuronal circuits - Pulvermuller - 2010   3
[35]   Time for a sea-change in linguistics: Response to comments on The Myth of Language Universals - Levinson, Evans - 2010   3
[36]   Language shift, bilingualism and the future of Britain's Celtic languages - Kandler, Unger, Steele - 2010   3
[37]   Exploring the cognitive infrastructure of communication - de~Ruiter, Noordzij, Newman-Norlund, Newman-Norlund, Hagoort, Levinson, Toni - 2010   3
[38]   How accurate and robust are the phylogenetic estimates of Austronesian language relationships? - Greenhill, Drummond, Gray - 2010   3
[39]   Redefining animal signaling: influence versus information in communication - Owren, Rendall, Ryan - 2010   3
[40]   Imagination, Planning, and Working Memory - Reuland - 2010   3
[41]   An experimental study of social selection and frequency of interaction in linguistic diversity - Roberts - 2010   3
[42]   Grammaticalization and Semantic Maps: Evidence from Artificial Language Evolution - van Trijp - 2010   3
[43]   Verifying theories of language acquisition using computer models of language evolution - Vogt, Lieven - 2010   3
[44]   Artificial language learning in adults and children - Folia, Udden, De~Vries, Forkstam, Petersson - 2010   3
[45]   The cognitive niche: Coevolution of intelligence, sociality, and language - Pinker - 2010   2
[46]   Mirror neurons and the evolution of language - Corballis - 2010   2
[47]   Eavesdropping and language dynamics - Komarova, Levin - 2010   2
[48]   Iterated learning of multiple languages from multiple teachers - Burkett, Griffiths - 2010   2
[49]   Group cohesion, cooperation and synchrony in a social model of language evolution - Vogel - 2010   2
[50]   The Phonological Loop - Aboitiz, Aboitiz, Garcia - 2010   2
[51]   Gene-culture coevolution in the age of genomics - Richerson, Boyd, Henrich - 2010   2
[52]   Viability and resilience of languages in competition - Chapel, Castello, Bernard, Deffuant, Eguiluz, Martin, San~Miguel - 2010   2
[53]   Modeling the Formation of Language: Embodied Experiments - Steels - 2010   2
[54]   The manipulative complexity of Lower Paleolithic stone toolmaking - Faisal, Stout, Apel, Bradley - 2010   2
[55]   Neurally and mathematically motivated architecture for language and thought - Perlovsky, Ilin - 2010   2
[56]   Agent based models of language competition: macroscopic descriptions and order--disorder transitions - Vazquez, Castello, San~Miguel - 2010   1
[57]   Pictish symbols revealed as a written language through application of Shannon entropy - Lee, Jonathan, Ziman - 2010   1
[58]   Music, biological evolution, and the brain - Patel - 2010   1
[59]   Towards the quantification of the semantic information encoded in written language - MARCELO, DAMIAN - 2010   1
[60]   The logical problem of language acquisition: A probabilistic perspective - Hsu, Chater - 2010   1
[61]   Production, usage, and comprehension in animal vocalizations - Seyfarth, Cheney - 2010   1
[62]   Exploring the roles of horizontal, vertical, and oblique transmissions in language evolution - Gong - 2010   1
[63]   Rich memory and distributed phonology - Port - 2010   1
[64]   Babel: A Tool for Running Experiments on the Evolution of Language - Steels, Loetzsch - 2010   1
[65]   Embodied language, best-fit analysis, and formal compositionality - Feldman - 2010   1
[66]   The evolution of communication: Humans may be exceptional - Scott-Phillips - 2010   1
[67]   Can evolutionary linguistics become a science - Steels - 2010   1
[68]   Musical emotions: Functions, origins, evolution - Perlovsky - 2010   1
[69]   Simulating trait evolution for cross-cultural comparison - Nunn, Arnold, Matthews, Mulder, Nunn, Arnold, Matthews, Mulder - 2010   1
[70]   Animal Communication Helps Reveal Roots of Language - Balter - 2010   1
[71]   Farming and language in island southeast Asia - Donohue, Denham - 2010   1
[72]   Splits or waves? Trees or webs? How divergence measures and network analysis can unravel language histories - Heggarty, Maguire, McMahon - 2010   1
[73]   Modeling The Formation of Language in Embodied Agents: Methods and Open Challenges - Steels - 2010   1
[74]   Towards a simulation model of dialogical alignment - Mehler, Weiss, Menke, Lucking - 2010   1
[75]   Scaling laws in cognitive sciences - Kello, Brown, Ferrer-i-Cancho, Holden, Linkenkaer-Hansen, Rhodes, Orden - 2010   1
[76]   Making friends, making tools, and making symbols - Rossano - 2010   1
[77]   From executive mechanisms underlying perception and action to the parallel processing of meaning - Barnard - 2010   1

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