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[185..121]    The Oxford Handbook of Language Evolution
[120..113]    Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences
[112..106]    PLoS ONE
[105..101]    Human Biology
[100..96]    Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences
[95..92]    Linguistic Typology
[91..88]    Interaction Studies
[87..84]    Autonomous Mental Development, IEEE Transactions on
[83..80]    Human biology
[79..77]    Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science
[76..74]    Science
[73..71]    PNAS
[70..69]    Biosemiotics
[68..67]    Cognition
[66..65]    Computer Speech \& Language
[64..63]    Current Anthropology
[62..61]    Nature
[60..59]    Physics of Life Reviews
[58..57]    Language
[56..55]    Biolinguistics
[54]   (6)Abe, K. and Watanabe, D. (2011) Songbirds possess the spontaneous ability to discriminate syntactic rules. Nature neuroscience, 14(8):1067--1074.
[53]    Arbib, M. A. (2011) From Mirror Neurons to Complex Imitation in the Evolution of Language and Tool Use*. Annual Review of Anthropology, 40:257--273.
[52]    Ardila, A. (2011) There are two different language systems in the brain. Journal of Behavioral and Brain Science, 1(2):23--36.
[51]    Bachwerk, M. and Vogel, C. (2011) Modelling Social Structures and Hierarchies in Language Evolution. In Bramer, Max and Petridis, Miltos and Hopgood, Adrian, editors, Research and Development in Intelligent Systems XXVII, pages 49--62. Springer London.
[50]    Bachwerk, M. and Vogel, C. (2011) Establishing linguistic conventions in task-oriented primeval dialogue. Analysis of Verbal and Nonverbal Communication and Enactment. The Processing Issues, pages 48--55.
[49]   (1)Bakker, P., Daval-Markussen, A., Parkvall, M., and Plag, I. (2011) Creoles are typologically distinct from non-creoles. Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages, 26(1):5--42.
[48]    Balari, S., Benitez-Burraco, A., Camps, M., Longa, V. M., Lorenzo, G., and Uriagereka, J. (2011) The archaeological record speaks: Bridging anthropology and linguistics. International Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 2011.
[47]   (2)Baronchelli, A. (2011) Role of feedback and broadcasting in the naming game. Physical Review E, 83(4):046103.
[46]    Bickerton, D. and Szathmary, E. (2011) Confrontational scavenging as a possible source for language and cooperation. BMC evolutionary biology, 11(1):261.
[45]    Botha, R. (2011) Constraining the arbirariness of exaptationist accounts of the evolution of language. Lingua, 121(9):1552--1563.
[44]    Code, C. (2011) Nonfluent aphasia and the evolution of proto-language. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 24(2):136--144.
[43]    Cowley, S. J. (2011) Taking a language stance. Ecological Psychology, 23(3):185--209.
[42]    Daland, R. and Pierrehumbert, J. B. (2011) Learning Diphone-Based Segmentation. Cognitive Science, 35(1):119--155.
[41]   (1)Danchin, E., Charmantier, A., Champagne, F. A., Mesoudi, A., Pujol, B., and Blanchet, S. (2011) Beyond DNA: integrating inclusive inheritance into an extended theory of evolution. Nature Reviews Genetics, 12(7):475--486.
[40]    Daval-Markussen, A. and Bakker, P. (2011) A phylogenetic networks approach to the classification of English-based Atlantic creoles. English World-Wide, 32(2):115--146.
[39]    Fernando, C. (2011) Co-evolution of lexical and syntactic classifiers during a language game. Evolutionary Intelligence, 4(3):165--182.
[38]   (2)Fischer, J. and Hammerschmidt, K. (2011) Ultrasonic vocalizations in mouse models for speech and socio-cognitive disorders: insights into the evolution of vocal communication. Genes, Brain and Behavior, 10(1):17--27.
[37]    Fitch, W. T. (2011) The evolution of syntax: an exaptationist perspective. Frontiers in Evolutionary Neuroscience, 3.
[36]    Galantucci, B. and Garrod, S. (2011) Experimental semiotics: a review. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 5.
[35]    Gibson, K. R. and Tallerman, M. (2011) The Oxford Handbook of Language Evolution. Oxford University Press.
[34]   (1)Glenberg, A. M. and Gallese, V. (2011) Action-based language: A theory of language acquisition, comprehension, and production. Cortex, pages 1--18.
[33]    Heylighen, F. (2011) Self-organization in Communicating Groups: the emergence of coordination, shared references and collective intelligence. Language and Complexity.
[32]    Hinoshita, W., Arie, H., Tani, J., Okuno, H. G., and Ogata, T. (2011) Emergence of hierarchical structure mirroring linguistic composition in a recurrent neural network. Neural Networks, 24(4):311--320.
[31]    Hoffecker, J. F. (2011) The information animal and the super-brain. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory, pages 1--24.
[30]    Hollmann, W. B. and Siewierska, A. (2011) The status of frequency, schemas, and identity in Cognitive Sociolinguistics: A case study on definite article reduction. Cognitive Linguistics, 22(1):25--54.
[29]   (1)Huttegger, S. and Zollman, K. (2011) Signaling Games. Language, games, and evolution, pages 160--176.
[28]    Lipowska, D. (2011) Naming game and computational modelling of language evolution. Computational Methods in Science and Technology, 17(1-2):41--51.
[27]    Liu, H. and Xu, C. (2011) Can syntactic networks indicate morphological complexity of a language? Europhysics Letters, 93(2):28005.
[26]    Liu, R-R., Wang, W-X., Lai, Y-C., Chen, G., and Wang, B-H. (2011) Optimal convergence in naming game with geography-based negotiation on small-world networks. Physics Letters A, 375(3):363--367.
[25]   (3)Loreto, V., Baronchelli, A., Mukherjee, A., Puglisi, A., and Tria, F. (2011) Statistical physics of language dynamics. Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment, (P04006).
[24]    Luuk, E. and Luuk, H. (2011) The redundancy of recursion and infinity for natural language. Cognitive processing, 12(1):1--11.
[23]    Lyn, H., Greenfield, P. M., and Savage-Rumbaugh, E. S. (2011) Semiotic combinations in Pan: A comparison of communication in a chimpanzee and two bonobos. First Language, 31(3):300--325.
[22]    Michaelis, L. A. (2011) Making the case for construction grammar. Sign-based construction grammar. Stanford: CSLI Publications, pages 653--676.
[21]   (1)Mira, J., Seoane, L. F., and Nieto, J. J. (2011) The importance of interlinguistic similarity and stable bilingualism when two languages compete. New Journal of Physics, 13(3):033007.
[20]   (6)Mirolli, M. and Parisi, D. (2011) Towards a Vygotskyan Cognitive Robotics: The Role of Language as a Cognitive Tool. New Ideas in Psychology, 29:298--311.
[19]    Monaghan, P., Christiansen, M. H., and Fitneva, S. A. (2011) The arbitrariness of the sign: Learning advantages from the structure of the vocabulary. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 140(3):325.
[18]    Pawlowitsch, C., Mertikopoulos, P., and Ritt, N. (2011) Neutral stability, drift, and the diversification of languages. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 287:1--12.
[17]    Pearl, L. S. (2011) When unbiased probabilistic learning is not enough: Acquiring a parametric system of metrical phonology. Language Acquisition, 18(2):87--120.
[16]    Pertsova, K. (2011) Grounding systematic syncretism in learning. Linguistic inquiry, 42(2):225--266.
[15]    Pezzulo, G., Barsalou, L. W., Cangelosi, A., Fischer, M. H., McRae, K., and Spivey, M. J. (2011) The mechanics of embodiment: a dialog on embodiment and computational modeling. Frontiers in psychology, 2:509--534.
[14]    Reich, W. (2011) The cooperative nature of communicative acts. Journal of Pragmatics, 43(5):1349--1365.
[13]   (1)Ryder, R. J. and Nicholls, G. K. (2011) Missing data in a stochastic Dollo model for binary trait data, and its application to the dating of Proto-Indo-European. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series C: Applied Statistics, 60(1):71--92.
[12]   (3)Sandler, W., Aronoff, M., Meir, I., and Padden, C. (2011) The gradual emergence of phonological form in a new language. Natural language \& linguistic theory, 29(2):503--543.
[11]    Schulz, R., Wyeth, G., and Wiles, J. (2011) Lingodroids: socially grounding place names in privately grounded cognitive maps. Adaptive Behavior, 19(6):409--424.
[10]   (1)Scott-Phillips, T. C., Dickins, T. E., and West, S. A. (2011) Evolutionary theory and the ultimate--proximate distinction in the human behavioral sciences. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 6(1):38--47.
[9]   (3)Slocombe, K. E., Waller, B. M., and Liebal, K. (2011) The language void: the need for multimodality in primate communication research. Animal Behaviour, 81(5):919--924.
[8]    Steels, L. and van Trijp, R. (2011) How to make construction grammars fluid and robust. Design Patterns in Fluid Construction Grammar, 11:641--644.
[7]    Stefanatos, G. A. and Baron, I. S. (2011) The ontogenesis of language impairment in autism: a neuropsychological perspective. Neuropsychology review, 21(3):252--270.
[6]    Steiner, L., Stadler, P. F., and Cysouw, M. (2011) A pipeline for computational historical linguistics. Language Dynamics and Change, 1(1):89--127.
[5]    Tamura, K. and Ihara, Y. (2011) Classes of communication and the conditions for their evolution. Theoretical Population Biology, 79(4):174--183.
[4]    Tin, T. B. (2011) Language creativity and co-emergence of form and meaning in creative writing tasks. Applied Linguistics, 32(2):215--235.
[3]    Walsh, R. (2011) The Common Basis of Narrative and Music: Somatic, Social, and Affective Foundations. StoryWorlds: A Journal of Narrative Studies, 3(1):49--71.
[2]   (1)Yu, S., Liu, H., and Xu, C. (2011) Statistical properties of Chinese phonemic networks. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, 390(7):1370--1380.
[1]    van Trijp, R. (2011) Can Iterated Learning Explain the Emergence of Case Marking in Language? In De Causmaecker, P. and Maervoet, J. and Messelis, T. and Verbeeck, K. and Vermeulen, T., editors, Proceedings of the 23rd Benelux Conference on Artificial Intelligence (BNAIC 2011), pages 288--295. Ghent: KAHO Sint-Lieven.

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