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FUNDAMENTAL PAPERS

Chomsky, N. (2005). Three Factors in Language Design. Linguistic Inquiry 36(1): 1-22.

Chomsky, N. (2007). Biolinguistic Explorations: Design, Development, Evolution. International Journal of Philosophical Studies 15(1): 1-21. .

Di Sciullo, A. M. & Boecks, Cedric (ed.) (in press). The Biolinguistic Enterprise: New Perspectives on the Evolution and Nature of the Human Language Faculty. Oxford University Press.

Di Sciullo, A. M. (2008). A biolingusitic approach to morphological variation. GSAS Workshop on Language Universals and Linguistic Fieldwork at Harvard University
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Hauser, M.D. & Bever, T. (2008). A biolinguistic agenda. Science 322(5904), 1057-1059.

Hauser, M.D., Chomsky, N., & Fitch, W. T. (2002). The language faculty: What is it, who has it, and how did it evolve? Science , 289, pp. 1569-1579

Jenkins, L. (ed.). (2004). Variation and Universals in Biolinguistics. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Jenkins, L. (2000). Biolinguistics. Exploring the Biology of Language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Lenneberg, Eric H. (1967). Biological Foundations of Language. New York: John Wiley.

Piattelli-Palmarini, M. (1989). "Evolution, selection and cognition: from "learning" to parameter setting in biology and in the study of language." Cognition 31: 1-44.

Thompson, D. A. W. (1992). On Growth and Form. New York: Dover Publications.

Turing, A. (1952). The chemical basis of morphogenesis. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B 237: 37-72.


DOWNLOADABLE PAPERS

Chomsky, N. (2010). Poverty of Stimulus: Unfinished Business. Lecture presented in the lecture series "Sprache und Gehirn - Zur Sprachfähigkeit des Menschen" organized by Angela D. Friederici in the context of the Johannes Gutenberg endowed professorship summer 2010.
[transcript], [video], courtesy Angela D. Friederici, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz

Di Sciullo, A. M. (2010). The Biolinguistics Network. In Biolinguistics Vol 4, No 1 (2010).

Di Sciullo, A. M. & Isac, D. (2008). The Asymmetry of Merge. In Biolinguistics Vol 2, No 4 (2008).
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Di Sciullo, A. M. (2008). Comprendre le langage humain. Article paru dans Le Devoir, édition du 25-26 octobre 2008

Fitch, W. T. (2007). Linguistics: An Invisible Hand, Nature 449: 665-667.

Fitch, W. T., & Hauser, M. D. (2004). Computational constraints on syntactic processing in a nonhuman primate. Science, 303 : 377-380.

Fitch, W. T. (2000). The evolution of speech: a comparative review, Trends in Cognitive Sciences 4(7): 258-267.

Fitch, W. T., Neubauer, J., & Herzel, H. (2002). Calls out of chaos: The adaptive significance of nonlinear phenomena in mammalian vocal production. Animal Behaviour. 63: 407-418.

Fitch, W. T. (2008). Glossogeny and Phylogeny: Cultural Evolution meets Genetic Evolution, Trends in Genetics 24: 373-374.

Fiorentino, R. & Poeppel, D. (2007). Compound Words and Structure in the Lexicon. Language and Cognitive Processes 22: 953-1000.

Friedmann, N., Belletti, A. & Rizzi, L. (2008). Relativized relatives: Types of intervention in the acquisition of A-bar dependencies. Lingua, 119(1): 67-88.

Haesler, S, Wada, K., Nshdejan, A., Morriesey, E., Lints, T., Jarvis, E.D. & Scharff, C. (2004). Fox P2 Expression in Avian Vocal Learners and Non-Learners. Journal of Neuroscience 24(13):3164-3175.

Jarvis, E.D. (2004). Learned Birdsong and the Neurobiology of Human Language. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 1016: 749-777

Legate, J.A. & Yang, C. (2005). The richness of the poverty of the stimulus. On the occasion of Happy Golden Anniversary, Generative Syntax: 50 years since Logical Structure of Linguistic Theory.

Nadel, L. & Piattelli-Palmarini, M. (2003). What is cognitive science? Introduction to the Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science.

Piattelli-Palmarini, M. (2001). Speaking of learning: How do we acquire our marvellous facility for expressing ourselves in words? (Review of "Pathways to Language: From Fetus to Adolescent", by K. Karmiloff-Smith & A. Karmiloff-Smith. Harvard University Press, 2001). Nature 411 (21 June 2001): 887-888.

Piattelli-Palmarini, M. (2000). What's Within? Nativism Reconsidered. Trends in Cognitive Science 4: 290.

Piattelli-Palmarini, M. & Uriagereka, J. (2008). Still a bridge too far? Biolinguistic questions for grounding language on brains. Physics of Life Reviews 5, 207-224.

Piattelli-Palmarini, M., & Uriagereka, J. (2004). The Immune Syntax: The Evolution of the Language Virus. In L. Jenkins (Ed.), (Chapter 4 of) Variations and Universals in Biolinguistics (pp. 341-377). Amsterdam, Boston: Elsevier North-Holland

Piattelli-Palmarini, M., Salaburu, P. & Uriagereka, J. (2009). Introduction. Of Minds and Language: A Dialogue with Noam Chomsky in the Basque Country. Oxford University Press

Poeppel, D., Idsardi, W. & van Wassenhove, V. (2008). Speech perception at the interface of neurobiology and linguistics. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B 363:1071-86.

Poeppel, D. & Monahan, P.J. (2008). Speech perception: Cognitive foundations and cortical implementation. Current Directions in Psychological Science 17: 80-85.

Rizzi, L. (2005). Grammatically-Based Target-Inconsistencies in Child Language. Ms. University of Siena.

Rizzi, L. (2002). On the Grammatical Basis of Language Development: A Case Study. Ms. University of Siena.

Yang, C. (2009). Three factors in language variation. Lingua. Special issue on language variation.

Yang, C. (2008). The great number crunch. Journal of Linguistics. 44: 205-228.


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HUMAN/ANIMAL STUDIES

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AVIAN STUDIES

Aronov, D., Andalman, A. S., and Fee, M. S. (2008). ‘A Specialized Forebrain Circuit for Vocal Babbling in the Juvenile Songbird’, Science 320(5876): 630-634.

Feenders, G., Liedvogel, M., Rivas, M., Zapka, M., Horita, H., Hara, E., Wada, K., Mouritsen, H. & Jarvis, E.D. (2008). ‘Molecular Mapping of Movement-Associated Areas in the Avian Brain: A Motor Theory for Vocal Learning Origin’, PLoS ONE 3(3): e1768. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0001768.

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Horita, H., Wada, K., and Jarvis, E.D. (2008). ‘Early Onset of Deafening-induced Song Deterioration and Differential Requirements of the Pallial-basal Ganglia Vocal Pathway’, Eur. J. Neurosci. 28:2519-2532.

Jarvis, E.D. (2009). ‘Bird Song Systems: Evolution’, in Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. Squire LR (eds). volume 2, Oxford: Academic Press, 217-225.

Jarvis, E.D. (2009). ‘Bird Brain : Evolution’, in Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. Squire LR (eds). volume 2, Oxford: Academic Press, 209-215.

Jarvis, E.D. (2007). ‘Neural Systems for Vocal Learning in Birds and Humans: a Synopsis’, Journal of Ornithology 143: S35-44.

Jarvis, E.D. (2006). ‘Evolution of Vocal Learning Systems in Birds and Humans’, in J. Kaas (ed.), Evolution of Nervous Systems. Volume2. Boston: Academic Press, 213-228.

Jarvis, E.D. (2006). ‘Selection For and Against Vocal Learning in Birds and Mammals’, Ornithology Science 5: 5-14.

Jarvis, E.D. (2006). ‘Evolution of Brain Structures for Vocal Learning in Birds: a Synopsis’, Acta Zoologica Sinica 52: 85-89.

Jarvis, E.D. (2004). ‘Learned Birdsong and the Neurobiology of Human Language’, Annals of the New York Academy of Science 1016: 749-777.

Kubikova, L., Turner, E., and Jarvis, E.D. (2007). ‘The Pallial-basal Ganglia Pathway Modulates the Behaviorally-driven Gene Expression of the Motor Pathway’, European Journal of Neuroscience 25:2154-2160.

Liedvogel, M., Feenders, G., Wada, K., Troje, N.F., Jarvis, E.D., and Mouritsen, H. (2007). ‘Lateralized Activation of Cluster N in the Brains of Migratory Songbirds’, European Journal of Neuroscience 25:1166-1173.

Mello, C.V., and Jarvis, E.D. (2008). ‘Behavior-dependent Expression of Inducible Genes in Vocal Learning Birds’, in Ziegler and Marler (eds.), The Neuroscience of Birdsong, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 381-397.

Mouritsen, H., Feenders, G., Liedvogel, M., Wada, K., and Jarvis, E.D. (2005). ‘Night-vision Brain Area in Migratory Songbirds’, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 102(23): 8339-8344.

Riener, A., Perkel, D.J., Mello, C.V., and Jarvis, E.D. (2008). ‘Songbirds and the Revised Avian Brain Nomenclature’, in Ziegler and Marler (eds.), The Neuroscience of Birdsong. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 58-62.

Suthers, R. A. (2004). ‘Vocal Mechanisms in Birds and Bats: a Comparative View’, Annals of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences 76(2): 247-252.

Teramitsu, I., and White, S. A. (2006). ‘FoxP2 Regulation During Undirected Singing in Adult Songbirds.’ The Journal of Neuroscience 26(28): 7390-7394.

Teramitsu, I., Kudo, L. C., London, S. E., Geschwind, D. H., and White, S. A. (2004). ‘Parallel FoxP1 and FoxP2 Expression in Songbird and Human Brain Predicts Functional Interaction’, Journal of Neuroscence 24: 3152-3163.

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Trevisan, M. A., Cooper, B., Goller, F., and Mindlin, G. B. (2007). ‘Lateralization as a Symmetry Breaking Process in Birdsong’, Physical Review E (Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics) 75(3): 031908-5.

Wild, J. M. (1993). ‘The Avian Nucleus Retroambigualis: A Nucleus for Breathing, Singing and Calling’, Brain Research 606: 119-124.

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BIO PHYSICS

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