The evolution of language issue is, so they say, in the air. I received
this notice those interested might be able to make use of.
From monkey-like action recognition to human language:
An evolutionary framework for neurolinguistics
Michael A. Arbib
This article has been accepted for publication in Behavioral and Brain
Sciences (BBS), an international, interdisciplinary journal providing
Open Peer Commentary on important and controversial current research
in the biobehavioral and cognitive sciences.
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