Brain circuits ancient and modern

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (4):531-531 (1998)

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I support the application of the “evolution as tinkering” idea to vocalization and emphasize that some of the subcortical parts of the brain circuits used for speech organs retain features common to nonprimate mammals, and in some cases to lower vertebrates, pointing up the importance of cortical evolution as suggested by MacNeilage.
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