Subject: Language & LinguisticsPrimary location: France
Published in:EvolutionPublication date:2014-03-04
OPTIMAL INVESTMENT IN SOCIAL SIGNALS
Though the theoretical existence of honest social signals has been established more than a decade ago, current models predict that only a minority ...
Published in:Behavioral and Brain SciencesPublication date:2007-06-01
Episodic memory is disproportionate in our species. It requires much of our brain resources. The claim is that its function is to produce relevant ...
Published in:LangagesPublication date:2002-01-01
Published in:Computer Assisted LearningPublication date:Not available
Published in:LanguagePublication date:2011-01-01
Published in:Communication & langagesPublication date:1996-01-01
Published in:Biology & PhilosophyPublication date:2009-06-23
Published in:Advances in Complex SystemsPublication date:1999-06-01
Published in:The Evolution of LanguagePublication date:2006-03-01
Published in:Behavioral and Brain SciencesPublication date:2011-03-29
This paper examines my 1998 proposal that deliberative reasoning and argumentation evolved to publicly point to inconsistencies (and restore consis...
Published in:The Evolution of LanguagePublication date:2014-04-03
Published in:Modeling Complexity in Economic and Social SystemsPublication date:2002-12-01
Published in:Algorithmic Probability and Friends. Bayesian Prediction and Artificial IntelligencePublication date:2013-01-01
Relevant events are those that appear unexpectedly simple. For instance, coincidences are (too) simple because one of the coinciding events can be ...
Published in:Behavioral and Brain SciencesPublication date:2003-06-01
Published in:Behavioral and Brain SciencesPublication date:2008-10-01
Cultural selection explains no more than universal grammar why language is so well-designed for communicative efficiency. It does not predict sever...
Published in:Behavioral and Brain SciencesPublication date:2002-12-01
Published in:The Evolution of LanguagePublication date:2008-02-01
I provide a Darwinan explanation of why human beings universally put so much energy and conviction in reporting events in daily conversations.
Published in:Physics of Life ReviewsPublication date:2011-12-01
Published in:Nouvelles perspectives en sciences socialesPublication date:2010-01-01
Published in:European Journal of Engineering EducationPublication date:1992-01-01
Published in:Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical SystemsPublication date:Not available
Published in:Interaction StudiesPublication date:2008-03-07
This paper provides a biological function to Bickerton's protolanguage: to communicate about immediate events (almost here, almost now).
It also m...
Published in:The Evolution of LanguagePublication date:2010-03-01
Published in:The Evolutionary Emergence of LanguagePublication date:Not available
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Conceptual, Formal, and Diagrammatic Analysis
Published in:Social Science InformationPublication date:2011-03-01
Published in:Computer Aided Learning and Instruction in Science and EngineeringPublication date:1996-01-01