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[201..157]    Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on the Evolution of Language
[156..137]    Evolution of Communication and Language in Embodied Agents
[136..129]    Interaction Studies
[128..121]    Adaptive Behavior
[120..113]    Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences
[112..107]    Current Anthropology
[106..102]    PLoS ONE
[101..98]    Brain and language
[97..94]    Entropy
[93..91]    Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences
[90..88]    Lingua
[87..85]    PNAS
[84..83]    Cognitive science
[82..81]    Cognitive Systems Research
[80..79]    Advances in Complex Systems
[78..77]    Journal of Theoretical Biology
[76..75]    Physics of life reviews
[74..73]    Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science
[72..71]    Frontiers in neurorobotics
[70..69]    Journal of Phonetics
[68..67]    Cognitive Science
[66..65]    Cognitive psychology
[64..63]    Connection Science
[62..61]    Trends in Cognitive Sciences
[60..59]    Complexity
[58]    Arbesman, S., Strogatz, S. H., and Vitevitch, M. S. (2010) The structure of phonological networks across multiple languages. International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos, 20(3):679--685.
[57]   (1)Balter, M. (2010) Animal Communication Helps Reveal Roots of Language. Science, 328(5981):969--971.
[56]    Berent, I., Balaban, E., Lennertz, T., and Vaknin-Nusbaum, V. (2010) Phonological universals constrain the processing of nonspeech stimuli. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 139(3):418.
[55]    Bergs, A. (2010) Expressions of futurity in contemporary English: a Construction Grammar perspective. English Language and Linguistics, 14(2):217--238.
[54]    Blackmore, S. (2010) Memetics does provide a useful way of understanding cultural evolution. Contemporary debates in philosophy of biology, pages 255--272.
[53]   (7)Bolhuis, J. J., Okanoya, K., and Scharff, C. (2010) Twitter evolution: converging mechanisms in birdsong and human speech. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 11(11):747--759.
[52]    Brattico, P. (2010) Recursion Hypothesis considered as a research program for cognitive science. Minds and Machines, 20(2):213--241.
[51]    Caldwell, C. A. and Millen, A. E. (2010) Human cumulative culture in the laboratory: Effects of (micro) population size. Learning \& behavior, 38(3):310--318.
[50]   (5)Cangelosi, A., Metta, G., Sagerer, G., Nolfi, S., Nehaniv, C., Fischer, K., Tani, J., Belpaeme, T., Sandini, G., Nori, F., and others, (2010) Integration of action and language knowledge: A roadmap for developmental robotics. Autonomous Mental Development, IEEE Transactions on, 2(3):167--195.
[49]    Carstairs-McCarthy, A. (2010) The Evolution of Morphology. Oxford University Press.
[48]    Choudhury, M., Chatterjee, D., and Mukherjee, A. (2010) Global topology of word co-occurrence networks: Beyond the two-regime power-law. In proceedings of COLING10. Beijing, China.
[47]   (2)Corballis, M. C. (2010) Mirror neurons and the evolution of language. Brain and Language, 112(1):25 -- 35.
[46]    Cowie, F. (2010) Innateness and language. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, pages 620--631.
[45]    Fernando, C., Valijarvi, R. L., and Goldstein, R. A. (2010) A Model of the Mechanisms of Language Extinction and Revitalization Strategies to Save Endangered Languages. Human Biology, 82(1):47--75.
[44]    Fischer, J. (2010) Nothing to Talk About. Homo Novus-a human without illusions, pages 35--48.
[43]    Fischer, K. (2010) Beyond the sentence: Constructions, frames and spoken interaction. Constructions and Frames, 2(2):185--207.
[42]   (15)Fitch, W. T. (2010) The Evolution of Language. Cambridge University Press.
[41]   (6)Fitch, W. T., Huber, L., and Bugnyar, T. (2010) Social Cognition and the Evolution of Language: Constructing Cognitive Phylogenies. Neuron, 65(6):795 -- 814.
[40]   (3)Folia, V., Udden, J., De Vries, M., Forkstam, C., and Petersson, K. M. (2010) Artificial language learning in adults and children. Language Learning, 60:188--220.
[39]    Fu, W. T., Kannampallil, T., Kang, R., and He, J. (2010) Semantic imitation in social tagging. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, 17(3):1--37.
[38]    Gervain, J. and Mehler, J. (2010) Speech perception and language acquisition in the first year of life. Annual review of psychology, 61:191--218.
[37]    Gong, T., Yang, R., Zhang, C., and Ansaldo, U. (2010) Review of the summer institute in cognitive sciences 2010: The origins of language. Biolinguistics, 4(4):385--402.
[36]    Hagendoorn, I. (2010) Dance, language and the brain. International Journal of Arts and Technology, 3(2):221--234.
[35]    Hutchins, E. (2010) Cognitive ecology. Topics in Cognitive Science, 2(4):705--715.
[34]    Jia-Bo, H. A. O., Han-Xin, Y., Run-Ran, L. I. U., Bing-Hong, W., and Zhi-Yuan, Z. (2010) Effect of Geometric Distance on Agreement Dynamics of Naming Game. Chinese Physics Letters, 27(9):090202.
[33]   (7)Laland, K. N., Odling-Smee, J., and Myles, S. (2010) How culture shaped the human genome: bringing genetics and the human sciences together. Nature Reviews Genetics, 11(2):137--148.
[32]   (1)Lee, R., Jonathan, P., and Ziman, P. (2010) Pictish symbols revealed as a written language through application of Shannon entropy. Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Science, 466(2121):2545--2560.
[31]    Liu, H. and Li, W. (2010) Language clusters based on linguistic complex networks. Chinese Science Bulletin, 55(30):3458--3465.
[30]    Loula, A., Gudwin, R., and Queiroz, J. (2010) On the emergence of indexical and symbolic interpretation in artificial creatures, or What is this I hear? In Harold Fellermann and et al., editors, Artificial Life XII, pages 862--868. MIT Press.
[29]    Minett, J. W. and Gong, T. (2010) Exploring linguistic ambiguity from a simulation perspective. In Pan, W-Y. and Shen, Z-W., editors, The Joy of Research II: A Festschrift in Honor of Prof. William S-Y. Wang on His Seventy-fifth Birthday, pages 244--264. Shanghai, China: Shanghai Education Press.
[28]    Mufwene, S. S. (2010) SLA and the emergence of creoles. Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 32(3):359--400.
[27]    Mukherjee, A., Choudhury, M., Basu, A., and Ganguly, N. (2010) Modeling the Redundancy of Human Speech Sound Inventories: An Information Theoretic Approach. Journal of Quantitative Linguistics.
[26]    Newbury, D. F., Fisher, S. E., Monaco, A. P., and others, (2010) Recent advances in the genetics of language impairment. Genome Med, 2(6):1053--1076.
[25]   (7)Nolfi, S. and Mirolli, M. (2010) Evolution of communication and language in embodied agents. Springer.
[24]    Noordzij, M. L., Newman-Norlund, S. E., de Ruiter, J. P., Hagoort, P., Levinson, S. C., and Toni, I. (2010) Neural correlates of intentional communication. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 4:159--177.
[23]   (3)Owren, M. J., Rendall, D., and Ryan, M. J. (2010) Redefining animal signaling: influence versus information in communication. Biology and Philosophy, 25(5):755--780.
[22]   (1)Patel, A. D. (2010) Music, biological evolution, and the brain. Emerging disciplines, pages 91--144.
[21]   (1)Perlovsky, L. (2010) Musical emotions: Functions, origins, evolution. Physics of Life Reviews, 7(1):2--27.
[20]   (2)Perlovsky, L. I. and Ilin, R. (2010) Neurally and mathematically motivated architecture for language and thought. The Open Neuroimaging Journal, 4:70.
[19]   (1)Port, R. F. (2010) Rich memory and distributed phonology. Language Sciences, 32(1):43--55.
[18]    Port, R. F. (2010) Language as a Social Institution: Why Phonemes and Words Do Not Live in the Brain. Ecological Psychology, 22(4):304--326.
[17]    Scott-Phillips, T. C. (2010) Evolutionary psychology and the origins of language. Journal of Evolutionary Psychology, 8(4):289--307.
[16]    Smith, E. A. (2010) Communication and collective action: language and the evolution of human cooperation. Evolution and Human Behavior, 31(4):231--245.
[15]   (6)Smith, K. and Wonnacott, E. (2010) Eliminating unpredictable variation through iterated learning. Cognition, 116(3):444--449.
[14]   (5)Sole, R. V., Corominas-Murtra, B., and Fortuny, J. (2010) Diversity, competition, extinction: the ecophysics of language change. Journal of The Royal Society Interface, 7(53):1647--1664.
[13]    Spranger, M., Thiele, C., and Hild, M. (2010) Integrating high-level cognitive systems with sensorimotor control. Advanced Engineering Informatics, 24(1):76--83.
[12]    Steele, J. and Kandler, A. (2010) Language trees $\ne$ gene trees. Theory in Biosciences, 129(2-3):223--233.
[11]   (1)Steels, L. (2010) Can evolutionary linguistics become a science. J. Evol. Linguist, 1:1--34.
[10]    Traugott, E. C. and Trousdale, G. (2010) Gradience, gradualness and grammaticalization: How do they intersect. Gradience, gradualness and grammaticalization, pages 19--44.
[9]    Van Rooy, B. (2010) Social and linguistic perspectives on variability in world Englishes. World Englishes, 29(1):3--20.
[8]   (1)Vazquez, F., Castello, X., and San Miguel, M. (2010) Agent based models of language competition: macroscopic descriptions and order--disorder transitions. Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment, 2010(04):P04007.
[7]   (2)Vogel, C. (2010) Group cohesion, cooperation and synchrony in a social model of language evolution. Development of Multimodal Interfaces: Active Listening and Synchrony, pages 16--32.
[6]    Vogt, P. and Haasdijk, E. (2010) Modelling social learning of language and skills. Artificial Life, 16(4).
[5]    Whiten, A. and Flynn, E. (2010) The transmission and evolution of experimental microcultures in groups of young children. Developmental psychology, 46(6):1694--1709.
[4]    Williams, N. (2010) Language evolution puzzle. Current Biology, 20(9):R388--R389.
[3]    Wintner, S. (2010) Computational models of language acquisition. Computational Linguistics and Intelligent Text Processing, pages 86--99.
[2]    Wyburn, J. and Hayward, J. (2010) A Model of Language-Group Interaction and Evolution Including Language Acquisition Planning. The Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 34(3):167--200.
[1]   (3)van Trijp, R. (2010) Grammaticalization and Semantic Maps: Evidence from Artificial Language Evolution. Linguistic Discovery, 8(1):310--326.

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