Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 1(2):214--229, 2010
Abstract This discussion of archeology of cognition is concerned primarily with the evolutionary emergence of the cognition particular to modern humans but there is an implication for the evolution of cognition among modern humans. Archeological evidence ...
The archaeological evidence of language origins: States of the art
Language Evolution: The States of the Art, 2003
This chapter is principally about the archaeological evidence for the evolutionary emergence of language: how did human ancestors come to bridge the gap between humans and other animals? Over a long period of exploring the issues of language ...
The 'Finished Artefact Fallacy': Acheulean Handaxes and Language Origins
The Transition to Language 9.0, 2002
The Game of the Name: Continuity and Discontinuity in Language Origins
The Origins of Language: What Nonhuman Primates Can Tell Us 7.0, 1999