BIOLINGUISTICS

The journal BIOLINGUISTICS explores the biological foundations of language and appeals to linguists, philosophers, psychologists, biologists, neuroscientists, cognitive scientists, and researchers in related fields.

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New article by Chris Thornton

 
The latest piece published in BIOLINGUISTICS is an article by Chris Thornton (2016), 'Three Ways to Link Merge with Hierarchical Concept-Combination' (BIOLINGUISTICS 10, 78–106) and it's ready for download NOW.  
Posted: 2016-11-19 More...
 

Follow us on Twitter

 
After having lain dormant for quite some time, we are happy to announce that the BIOLINGUISTICS Twitter account has been reactivated. Follow @biolinguistics on Twitter to stay updated on all things BIOLINGUISTICS.  
Posted: 2016-09-04 More...
 

New article by Harvey M. Sussman

 
The latest piece published in BIOLINGUISTICS is an article by Harvey M. Sussman (2016), 'A Functional Role for Neural Columns: Resolving F2 Transition Variability in Stop Place Categorization' (BIOLINGUISTICS 10, 60–77) and it's ready for download NOW.  
Posted: 2016-08-28 More...
 

WOU continued: New Forum contribution

 
BIOLINGUISTICS just published another Forum piece inspired by Berwick & Chomsky's (2016) WHY ONLY US and some of the reflections on it, by Wolfgang Sperlich.  
Posted: 2016-05-03 More...
 

New article by Elliot Murphy

 
The latest piece published in BIOLINGUISTICS is an article by Elliot Murphy (2016), 'Phasal Eliminativism, Anti-Lexicalism, and the Status of the Unarticulated' (BIOLINGUISTICS 10, 21–50) and it's ready for download NOW.  
Posted: 2016-03-28 More...
 
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Vol 10 (2016)


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