Review essay: Niche Construction and the Evolution of Language: Was Territory scavenging the One Key Factor? Review Essay for Derek Bickerton (2009), Adams Tongue. How Humans Made Language, How Language Made Humans. New York: Hill Wang

Interaction Studies 12 (1):162-193 (2011)
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