zaterdag 7 juli 2012

A lecture on biolinguistics


The EVOCOG researcher Lluís Barceló-Coblijn gives a lecture on biolinguistics:
Date: 4th July 2012
Time: 11h a.m.
Place: Sala de Deliberacions, Ramon Llull building
Title: Research on Language Evolution and the Biolinguistic perspective.
OrganizersGrup de recerca en anàlisi lingüística (GRALing)

Workhosp "In search of new ways to understand language variation, change and acquisition", within the Basque Summer School


The EVOCOG researchers Lluís Barceló-Coblijn and Antoni Gomila have presented a poster at the workhosp "In search of new ways to understand language variation, change and acquisition", within the Basque Summer School.

Barceló-Coblijn, L., Corominas-Murtra, B., & Gomila, A. (2012). From Syntactic trees to small-world networks. Complexity in the ontogeny of syntactic networks of three different first languages: Dutch, German and Spanish. Workshop "In search of new ways to understand language variation, change and acquisition", within the Basque Summer School. Donostia Basqueland. [ poster ]

A contribution in the BBS




FirstView Articles
Open Peer Commentary
Evidence of recursion in tool use
Lluís Barceló-Coblijn and Antoni Gomila
Human Evolution and Cognition Group, University of the Balearic Islands, 07122 Palma. toni.gomila@uib.catlluis.barcelo@uib.cat http://evocog.org/
Behavioral and Brain Sciences, FirstView Articles, pp 17-18
doi: 10.1017/S0140525X11001865, Published online by Cambridge University Press 15 Jun 2012

donderdag 3 mei 2012

Lecture for the Biolinguistic Initiative Barcelona



Wednesday 9th May, lecture for the Biolinguistic Initiative Barcelona.


Title : "Evolutionary theory and language: hybridization and the developmental program of the language faculty".


Related material in the following:


- Mallet, J. (2005) Hybridization as an invasion of the genome. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 20: 229–237

- Hausdorf B. (2011) Progress toward a general species concept. Evolution. Apr; 65(4):923-31

- Balari & Lorenzo (2009) Computational Phenotypes: Where the Theory of Computation Meets Evo-Devo. Biolinguistics 3(1): 2–60 

dinsdag 20 maart 2012

Finally, Phd

Barceló-Coblijn, L. (10th February 2012). [Neandertals. Why they could have spoken and why not?] Neandertals. Per què podrien haver parlat i per què no? Doctoral thesis.

Mark: Excellent Summa cum laude

Supervisor: Antoni Gomila Benejam

New lecture and paper at Evolang9 in Kyoto



The Evocog researchers Lluís Barceló-Coblijn and Antoni Gomilahave presented a paper at the Conference on Evolution of Language:
Barceló-Coblijn, L. & Gomila, A. (2012). Campbell's monkeys alarm calls are not morpheme based. At the 9th Evolution of Language Conference (Evolang9), Kyoto, Japan.

The paper has been published:
Barceló-Coblijn, L. & Gomila, A. (2012). Campbell's monkeys alarm calls are not morpheme based. InThe Evolution of Language, Scott-Phillips, T. C., Tamariz, M., Cartmill, E. A., Hurford, J. R. (eds). (pp. 42-49) World Scientific. ISBN 978-981-4401-49-4

dinsdag 10 januari 2012

Nou article sobre l'evolució del llenguatge

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Barceló-Coblijn, L. (2011) A Biolinguistic Approach to the Vocalizations of H. Neanderthalensis and the Genus Homo. Biolinguistics 5.4: 286-334.