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[118..103]    Advances in Complex Systems
[102..87]    Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences
[86..76]    Experiments in Cultural Language Evolution
[75..67]    PLoS ONE
[66..62]    Science
[61..59]    Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications
[58..56]    Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences
[55..53]    PNAS
[52..51]    Frontiers in Evolutionary Neuroscience
[50..49]    Evolutionary Biology
[48..47]    Adaptive Behavior
[46..45]    New Ideas in Psychology
[44..43]    Physical Review E
[42..41]    Scientific Reports
[40]    Ahlerup, P. and Olsson, O. (2012) The roots of ethnic diversity. Journal of Economic Growth, pages 1--32.
[39]    Ardila, A. (2012) Interaction between lexical and grammatical language systems in the brain. Physics of life reviews.
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[37]    Bel-Enguix, G. and Jimenez-Lopez, M. D. (2012) Biocomputing: an insight from linguistics. Natural Computing, pages 1--9.
[36]    Blythe, R. A. and Croft, W. (2012) S-curves and the mechanisms of propagation in language change. Language, 88(2):269--304.
[35]    Brentari, D., Coppola, M., Mazzoni, L., and Goldin-Meadow, S. (2012) When does a system become phonological? Handshape production in gesturers, signers, and homesigners. Natural Language \& Linguistic Theory, 30(1):1--31.
[34]   (1)Cartmill, E. A. and Maestripieri, D. (2012) Socio-cognitive specializations in nonhuman primates: evidence from gestural communication. The Oxford hand book of comparative evolutionary psychology, pages 1--25.
[33]    Chatterjee, K., Zufferey, D., and Nowak, M. A. (2012) Evolutionary game dynamics in populations with different learners. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 301:161--173.
[32]    Delmestri, A. and Cristianini, N. (2012) Linguistic Phylogenetic Inference by PAM-like Matrices. Journal of Quantitative Linguistics, 19(2):95--120.
[31]    Desmet, K., Ortuno-Ortin, I., and Wacziarg, R. (2012) The political economy of linguistic cleavages. Journal of development Economics, 97(2):322--338.
[30]    Fusaroli, R., Bahrami, B., Olsen, K., Roepstorff, A., Rees, G., Frith, C., and Tylen, K. (2012) Coming to Terms Quantifying the Benefits of Linguistic Coordination. Psychological Science, 23(8):931--939.
[29]    Galantucci, B., Garrod, S., and Roberts, G. (2012) Experimental Semiotics. Language and Linguistics Compass, 6(8):477--493.
[28]    Gontier, N. (2012) Selectionist Approaches in Evolutionary Linguistics: An Epistemological Analysis. International Studies in the Philosophy of Science, 26(1):67--95.
[27]    Goodman, J. (2012) The conjectured role of Polani et al.s relevant information, behavioral variation and recursive cognition in selection for a human language faculty. Language Sciences, pages 12--24.
[26]    Honing, H. and Ploeger, A. (2012) Cognition and the evolution of music: Pitfalls and prospects. Topics in Cognitive Science.
[25]    Hurford, J. (2012) Linguistics from an evolutionary point of view. Philosophy of Linguistics, pages 477.
[24]    Iizuka, H., Marocco, D., Ando, H., and Maeda, T. (2012) Experimental study on co-evolution of categorical perception and communication systems in humans. Psychological research, pages 1--11.
[23]    Konopka, G., Friedrich, T., Davis-Turak, J., Winden, K., Oldham, M. C., Gao, F., Chen, L., Wang, G. Z., Luo, R., Preuss, T. M., and others, (2012) Human-specific transcriptional networks in the brain. Neuron, 75(4):601--617.
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[21]    Lipowska, D. and Lipowski, A. (2012) Naming game on adaptive weighted networks. Artificial Life, 18(3):311--323.
[20]    Lorkiewicz, W., Katarzyniak, R., and Kowalczyk, R. (2012) Individual semiosis in multi-agent systems. Transactions on Computational Collective Intelligence VII, pages 164--197.
[19]    MacLean, E. L., Matthews, L. J., Hare, B. A., Nunn, C. L., Anderson, R. C., Aureli, F., Brannon, E. M., Call, J., Drea, C. M., Emery, N. J., and others, (2012) How does cognition evolve? Phylogenetic comparative psychology. Animal cognition, 15(2):223--238.
[18]    Michalopoulosa, S. (2012) The origins of ethnolinguistic diversity. The American Economic Review, 102(4):1508--1539.
[17]    Mitri, S., Wischmann, S., Floreano, D., and Keller, L. (2012) Using robots to understand social behaviour. Biological Reviews.
[16]    Nielsen, M. (2012) Imitation, pretend play, and childhood: Essential elements in the evolution of human culture? Journal of Comparative Psychology, 126(2):170.
[15]    Pepperberg, I. M. (2012) The Evolution of Learning to Communicate: Avian Model for the Missing Link. The Symbolic Species Evolved, pages 117--130.
[14]   (1)Perc, M. (2012) Evolution of the most common English words and phrases over the centuries. Journal of The Royal Society Interface.
[13]    Perlovsky, L. (2012) Cognitive function, origin, and evolution of musical emotions. Musicae Scientiae, 16(2):185--199.
[12]    Pierrehumbert, J. B. (2012) The Dynamic Lexicon. In A. Cohn and M. Huffman and C. Fougeron, editors, Handbook of Laboratory Phonology, pages 173--183. Oxford University Press.
[11]    Pulvermuller, F. (2012) Meaning and the brain: The neurosemantics of referential, interactive, and combinatorial knowledge. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 25(5):423--459.
[10]    Small, S. L., Buccino, G., and Solodkin, A. (2012) The mirror neuron system and treatment of stroke. Developmental psychobiology, pages 659--669.
[9]    Srivastava, M., Abdelzaher, T., Szymanski, B., Srivastava, M., Abdelzaher, T., and Szymanski, B. (2012) Human-centric sensing. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 370(1958):176--197.
[8]    Steels, L. (2012) Grounding Language through Evolutionary Language Games. Language Grounding in Robots, pages 1--22.
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[6]    Stramandinoli, F., Marocco, D., and Cangelosi, A. (2012) The grounding of higher order concepts in action and language: A cognitive robotics model. Neural Networks.
[5]    Sutcliffe, A. G. and Wang, D. (2012) Memetic reproduction and protolanguage evolution. Memetic Computing, pages 1--13.
[4]   (1)Takac, M., Benuskova, L., and Knott, A. (2012) Mapping sensorimotor sequences to word sequences: A connectionist model of language acquisition and sentence generation. Cognition.
[3]    Voiklis, J. and Corter, J. E. (2012) Conventional wisdom: negotiating conventions of reference enhances category learning. Cognitive science.
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