Can the Brain Read the Mind? – 90 Books to Understand the Evolution of Mind.
Archeology of Cultural Evolution features “Theory of Contemporary Cultural Evolution”
Keiso Shobo, pp.1-34.
Feature Articles: ‘Excavating Phonetic/Phonological Fossils in Language: Current Trends in Evolutionary Linguistics’
Edited by Shin-ichi Tanaka (A01 Co-project leader), and features contributions by our members Hiroki Koda, Kazuo Okanoya, Yoshimasa Seki, Reiko Mazuka, Bridget Samuels, Cedric Boeckx and others.
Please also refer to UTokyo BiblioPlaza, a digital learning platform that allows access to research conducted by the University of Tokyo’s faculty members.
Did kindness prime our species for language?
Animal studies suggest tameness was key to language evolution
By Michael Erard, in Torun´, Poland, and Catherine Matacic
Okanoya, head investigator, got an interview by Science Magazine at the Evolang 2018, Torun, Poland, and the article was posted in “In Depth” pages of Aug 3, Vol 361, Issue 6401.