Tools language and cognition in human evolution pdf
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- Stone tools, language and the brain in human evolution
- Tools, language and cognition in human evolution
- Evolutionary variation
Stone tools, language and the brain in human evolution
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Tools, language and cognition in human evolution
The Oxford Handbook of Language Evolution presents critical accounts of every aspect of the field. Research on language evolution has burgeoned over the last three decades. Interdisciplinary activity has produced fundamental advances in the understanding of language evolution and in human and primate evolution more generally. This book presents a wide-ranging summation of work in all the disciplines involved. It highlights the links in different lines of research, shows what has been achieved to date, and considers the most promising directions for future work. Keywords: animal behaviour , language evolution , prehistory of language , linguistic species , human evolution , primate evolution , research.
Tools, Language and Cognition in Human Evolution. $ (P). Authors: Kathleen R. Gibson, University of Texas Health Science Center.
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Evidence of cultural influences on cognition is accumulating, but untangling these cultural influences from one another or from non-cultural influences has remained a challenging task. As between-group differences are neither a sufficient nor a necessary indicator of cultural impact, cross-cultural comparisons in isolation are unable to furnish any cogent conclusions. This shortfall can be compensated by taking a diachronic perspective that focuses on the role of culture for the emergence and evolution of our cognitive abilities. While these strategies are reliant on our understanding of present-day cognition, they conversely also have the potential to advance this understanding in fundamental ways. Human cognition is profoundly shaped by culture.
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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Stout and T. Stout , T. Long-standing speculations and more recent hypotheses propose a variety of possible evolutionary connections between language, gesture and tool use. View on Royal Society.
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