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Journal Title: Biolinguistics
Volume/Issue:   7 /
Date: 2013
Table of Contents: From 2013 on, Biolinguistics publishes articles, briefs, and other contributions as soon as they are ready. We will thus add continuously to the contents of volume 7. At present, this volume looks as follows.

Biolinguistics Vol 7 (2013)
Table of Contents


Third Factors and the Performance Interface in Language Design
Andreas Trotzke, Markus Bader & Lyn Frazier

The Talking Neanderthals: What do Fossils, Genetics and Archeology Say?
Sverker Johansson

What Connects Biolinguistics and Biosemiotics?
Prisca Augustyn

A statistical investigation into the crosslinguistic distribution of mass and count nouns: morphosyntactic and semantic perspectives
Ritwik Kulkarni, Susan Rothstein & Alessandro Treves

Syntactic theory and the evolution of syntax
Brady Clark

The Creative Aspect of Language Use and the Implications for Linguistic Science
Eran Asoulin

Biolinguistics or Physicolinguistics? Is The Third Factor Helpful Or Harmful In Explaining Language?
Sverker Johansson


Genetic Factors and Normal Variation in the Organization of Language
Roeland Hancock & Thomas G. Bever

Review of the 9th International Conference on the Evolution of Language (Evolang9)
Christophe Coupé, Lan Shuai & Tao Gong

The Editors

Disentangling the Neanderthal Net: A Comment on Johansson (2013)
Lluís Barcelo-Coblijn & Antonio Benítez-Burraco

Neanderthals Between Man and Beast: A comment on the comments of Barceló-Coblijn & Benítez-Burraco (2013)
Sverker Johansson

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The peer-reviewed, open-access journal Biolinguistics accepts relevant submissions at any time.
Publisher: Biolinguistics
Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
Linguistic Theories
Philosophy of Language
Text/Corpus Linguistics
LL Issue: 24.4195