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2011
Creoles are typologically distinct from non-creoles - Cited by 1 - Bakker, Daval-Markussen, Parkvall, Plag - Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages, 26(1):5--42
2010
SLA and the emergence of creoles - Mufwene - Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 32(3):359--400
2010
Language structure is partly determined by social structure - Cited by 10 - Lupyan, Dale - PLoS ONE, 5(1):e8559
2010
Cognitive systems struggling for word order - Langus, Nespor - Cognitive psychology, 60(4):291--318
2010
Innateness and language - Cowie - Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, :620--631
2009
From the origin of language to the diversification of languages - dErricol, Henshilwood, Maureille, Gambier, Tillier - Becoming Eloquent: Advances in the Emergence of Language, Human Cognition, and Modern Cultures, :261--278
2009
The evolution of frequency distributions: Relating regularization to inductive biases through iterated learning - Cited by 10 - Reali, Griffiths - Cognition, 111(3):317 - 328
2009
On formal universals in phonology - Nevins - Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 32(05):461--462
2009
Evolutionary developmental linguistics: Naturalization of the faculty of language - Cited by 3 - Locke - Language Sciences, 31(1):33--59
2009
The myth of language universals: Language diversity and its importance for cognitive science - Cited by 32 - Evans, Levinson - Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 32(05):429--448
2009
Language Universals and Usage-Based Theory - Cited by 2 - Bybee - Language Universals
2008
What do creoles and pidgins tell us about the evolution of languages? - Mufwene - Origin and Evolution of Languages Approaches, Models, Paradigms
2008
Theoretical and empirical evidence for the impact of inductive biases on cultural evolution - Cited by 10 - Griffiths, Kalish, Lewandowsky - Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 363(1509):3503-3514
2007
Recent evidence against the Language Bioprogram Hypothesis: The pivotal case of Hawai'i Creole - Siegel - Studies in language, 31(1):51--88
2007
The moral mind: How five sets of innate intuitions guide the development of many culture-specific virtues, and perhaps even modules - Haidt, Joseph - The innate mind, 3:367--392
2006
Language and Morality: Evolution, Altruism and Linguistic Moral Mechanisms - Poulshock - Phdthesis
2006
Language and life history: A new perspective on the development and evolution of human language - Cited by 6 - Locke, Bogin - Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 29:259-280
2005
A Simulation of Language Change in the Presence of Non-Idealized Syntax - Mitchener - Proceedings of the workshop Psychocomputational Models of Human Language Acquisition, ACL-2005
2005
An Experimental Study of the Emergence of Human Communication Systems - Cited by 43 - Galantucci - Cognitive Science, 29(5):737-767
2005
The Talking Ape: How Language Evolved - Cited by 25 - Burling - Book
2004
Language birth and death - Cited by 5 - Mufwene - Annu. Rev. Anthropol., 33:201-222
2003
The Transmission of Language: models of biological and cultural evolution - Cited by 14 - Smith - Phdthesis
2003
Creole Viewed from Population Dynamics - Nakamura, Hashimoto, Tojo - Proceedings of Language Evolution and Computation Workshop/Course at ESSLLI
2003
A Mathematical Model of Human Languages: The Interaction of Game Dynamics and Learning Processes - Mitchener - Phdthesis
2003
Bifurcation Analysis of the Fully Symmetric Language Dynamical Equation - Cited by 6 - Mitchener - Journal of Mathematical Biology, 46(3):265-285
2003
Computer Models of the Evolution of Language and Languages - Livingstone - Phdthesis
2003
Symbol and structure: a comprehensive framework for language evolution - Cited by 32 - Bickerton - Language Evolution: The States of the Art
2002
Simulated Evolution of Language: a Review of the Field - Cited by 5 - Perfors - Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 5(2)
2002
Natural Language from Artificial Life - Cited by 96 - Kirby - Artificial Life, 8(2):185--215
2002
Foundations of Language: Brain, Meaning, Grammar, Evolution - Cited by 119 - Jackendoff - Book
2002
On the Evolution of Grammatical Forms - Cited by 15 - Heine, Kuteva - The Transition to Language
2002
Cognitive processes in grammaticalization - Cited by 4 - Bybee - The New Psychology of Language,volume II
2002
Linguistic Evolution through Language Acquisition: Formal and Computational Models - Cited by 26 - Briscoe - Book
2000
The Evolutionary Emergence of Language: Social Function and the Origins of Linguistic Form - Cited by 50 - Knight, Hurford, Studdert-Kennedy - Book
2000
Grammatical Acquisition: Inductive Bias and Coevolution of Language and the Language Acquisition Device - Cited by 43 - Briscoe - Language, 76(2):245-296
2000
The Seeds of Speech: Language Origin and Evolution - Cited by 21 - Aitchison - Book
1999
The learning barrier: Moving from innate to learned systems of communication - Cited by 36 - Oliphant - Adaptive Behavior, 7(3/4)
1999
Possible stages in the evolution of the language capacity - Cited by 57 - Jackendoff - Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 3(7):272-279
1999
The Evolution of Language and Languages - Cited by 12 - Hurford - The Evolution of Culture
1998
A Functionalist Approach to Grammar and its Evolution - Cited by 9 - Bybee - Evolution of Communication, 2(2):249-278
1997
Formal Approaches to Innate and Learned Communication: Laying the Foundation for Language - Cited by 35 - Oliphant - Phdthesis
1997
Evolutionary Consequences of Language Learning - Cited by 32 - Niyogi, Berwick - Linguistics and Philosophy, 20(6):697-719
1990
Natural language and natural selection - Cited by 229 - Pinker, Bloom - Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 13(4):707-784
1990
Nativist and functional explanations in language acquisition - Cited by 25 - Hurford - Logical Issues in Language Acquisition
1988
Evolution in Language - Cited by 4 - Bichakjian - Book
1984
Language Learnability and Language Development - Cited by 35 - Pinker - Book

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