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Journal Title: Biolinguistics
Volume/Issue:   7 /
Date: 2013
Table of Contents: Dear Readers:

Biolinguistics has just published its latest pieces at http://www.biolinguistics.eu/index.php/biolinguistics.

We invite you to review the Table of Contents here and then visit our web site to review
articles and items of interest. This completes our publication for volume 7 (2013).

Biolinguistics Vol 7 (2013)
Table of Contents

Articles

Third Factors and the Performance Interface in Language Design
Andreas Trotzke, Markus Bader & Lyn Frazier
(1-34)

The Talking Neanderthals: What do Fossils, Genetics and Archeology Say?
Sverker Johansson
(35-74)

What Connects Biolinguistics and Biosemiotics?
Prisca Augustyn
(96-111)

A statistical investigation into the crosslinguistic distribution of mass and count nouns: morphosyntactic and semantic perspectives
Ritwik Kulkarni, Susan Rothstein & Alessandro Treves
(132-168)

Syntactic theory and the evolution of syntax
Brady Clark
(169-197)

The Creative Aspect of Language Use and the Implications for Linguistic Science
Eran Asoulin
(228-248)

Biolinguistics or Physicolinguistics? Is The Third Factor Helpful Or Harmful In Explaining Language?
Sverker Johansson
(249-275)

Is Word Order Asymmetry Mathematically Expressible?
Koji Arikawa
(276-300)

Biolinguistics and Platonism: Contradictory or Consilient?
Jeffrey Watumull
(301-315)

Forum

Genetic Factors and Normal Variation in the Organization of Language
Roeland Hancock & Thomas G. Bever
(75-95)

Review of the 9th International Conference on the Evolution of Language (Evolang9)
Christophe Coupé, Lan Shuai & Tao Gong
(112-131)

Erratum
The Editors
(198)

Disentangling the Neanderthal Net: A Comment on Johansson (2013)
Lluís Barcelo-Coblijn & Antonio Benítez-Burraco
(199-216)

Neanderthals Between Man and Beast: A comment on the comments of Barceló-Coblijn & Benítez-Burraco (2013)
Sverker Johansson
(217-227)

Biolinguistics: Facts, Fiction, and Forecast
Cedric Boeckx
(316-328)

Notice
The Editors
(329)

These pieces can be downloaded for free (open access) at:
http://www.biolinguistics.eu/index.php/biolinguistics/issue/current

The peer-reviewed, open-access journal Biolinguistics accepts relevant submissions at any time.
Publisher: Biolinguistics
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Historical Linguistics
Linguistic Theories
Philosophy of Language
Syntax
Text/Corpus Linguistics
 
LL Issue: 25.186