Accepted papers

1Elsa Addessi, Claire Farrow, Charlotte Webber, Francesca Bellagamba, Flavia Chiarotti, Jacqueline Blissett, Amy T. Galloway, Laura Shapiro, Valentina Focaroli, Melania Paoletti, Giulia Pecora, Barbara Caravale, Corinna Gasparini and Serena GastaldiIs a baby-led weaning style related to motor and language development? Preliminary evidence from two cultures
2.              Alejandro M. Andirkó, Juan Moriano and Cedric BoeckxBuilding a timeline for the evolution of language subcomponents
3.              Rie AsanoEvolution of cognitive control underlying language syntax and musical rhythm
4.              Rachael Bailes, Christine Cuskley, Anton Ingason and Joel WallenbergLinguistic planning for information uniformity is an adaptation for noise resistance
5.              Cristina Barés Gómez and Matthieu FontaineMirativity and the lack of evidence
6.              Yannick Becker, Olivier Coulon and Adrien MeguerditchianThe Arcuate Fasciculus disentangled: Different conceptions are depicting different evolutionary trajectories
7.              Antonio Benítez-Burraco, David Gil, Ljiljana Progovac, Candy Cahuana, and Tatiana TatarinovaCorrelating declarative/procedural memory with language variation
8.              Antonio Benítez-Burraco and Ljiljana ProgovacSelf-domestication might have tied together (taming of) aggression with cross-modality, facilitating the evolution of languages 
9.              Tatiana Bortolato, Roman Wittig, Cédric Girard-Buttoz and Catherine CrockfordDevelopment of vocal sequences in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes verus)
10.           Claudio Brozzoli, Simon Thibault, Veronique Boulenger and Alice RoyTool use and syntactic skills improve each other via shared neural patterns in the basal ganglia
11.           Catherine CrockfordThe patterning and ontogeny of chimpanzee vocal sequences and brain pathways
12.           Sabrina Engesser, Amanda Ridley, Stuart Watson, Sotaro Kita and Simon TownsendOpen compositionality in pied babbler call combinations
13.           Rayn Epremian, Jonas Nölle, Christine Cuskley and Matthew SpikeTrue story: Narrative as an adaptation for the communication of social survival information
14.           Rabia Ergin, Limor Raviv and Simon KirbyHow word order conventions emerge in the manual modality
15.           J. Benjamin Falandays and Paul SmaldinoThe Emergence of Cultural Attractors: How Informational Bottlenecks at Multiple Scales Support Collective Cognitive Alignment
16.           Andrew FeeneyCan pragmatics account for unleashed expression?
17.           Marco Gamba, Chiara De Gregorio, Daria Valente, Longondraza Miaretsoa, Teresa Raimondi, Olivier Friard, Valeria Torti and Cristina GiacomaRhythm and combinations of vocal signals: insights from the ‘singing primates’
18.           Bart GeurtsNormative evolutionary pragmatics
19.           David GilSimple and Relational Compositionality
20.           Austin HowardSound Symbolism in the Turkish Tongue: Ideophone Identification or the Iconicity of a Myth?
21.           Sverker JohanssonHow many protolanguages were there
22.           Andres Karjus, Richard Blythe, Simon Kirby, Tianyu Wang and Kenny SmithColexification and communicative need in lexical evolution
23.           David LeavensProto-declaratives in the Lab and in Nature
24.           Shiri Lev-Ari, Ivet Kancheva, Louise Marston, Hannah Morris, Teah Swingler and Madina Zaynudinova‘Big’ sounds bigger in more widely-spoken languages
25.           Konstantina Margiotoudi and Friedemann PulvermüllerGrounding sound symbolism in hand actions
26.           Viktor MartinovicLoanpy – A Framework for Computer-aided Borrowing Detection
27.           Filipe MartoneHow philosophy of language can contribute to understanding protolanguage
28.           Theresa Matzinger, Eva Specker, Nikolaus Ritt and W Tecumseh FitchAesthetic perception of prosodic patterns as a potential factor in the cultural evolution of language
29.           Madeleine McGrath, Gregory Mills and Gareth RobertsTurn-taking and the identification of humanness in a highly restricted interactive task
30.           Gregory MillsThe emergence of conventions in a turn-taking task
31.           Yasamin Motamedi, Lucie Wolters, Danielle Naegeli, Marieke Schouwstra and Simon KirbyRegularisation, harmony and naturalness in a silent gesture learning task
32.           Roland Mühlenbernd, Slawomir Wacewicz and Przemyslaw ZywiczynskiThe Evolution of Ambiguity in Communication Systems
33.           Jonas Nölle, Oliver G. B. Garrod, Chaona Chen, Meng Liu, Robin A. A. Ince, Philippe G. Schyns and Rachael E. JackUnderstanding the semiotic affordances of human facial expressions using data-driven methods
34.           Aliki Papa, Mioara Cristea, Nicola McGuigan and Monica TamarizThe effect of verbal instruction vs modelling on transmission fidelity of causally (ir)relevant actions
35.           Giorgio Papitto, Angela D. Friederici and Emiliano ZaccarellaA behavioral pilot study on the retrieval of hierarchical information in mental representations of action and its segregation from language
36.           Marek PlacińskiStructural alignment and cooperation
37.           Michael Pleyer, Sławomir Wacewicz and Przemysław ŻywiczyńskiShared Evolutionary and Developmental Foundations of Pretence and Pantomime
38.           Monika Pleyer, Michael Pleyer and Sławomir WacewiczTowards an Evolutionary and Naturalistic Approach to the Pragmatic Concept of Face
39.           Michael PleyerProcesses of Entrenchment and Conventionalisation in the Evolution of Language
40.           Aleksandra Poniewierska, Aleksandra Szczepańska, Sławomir Wacewicz, Przemysław Żywiczyński and Michael PleyerThe Representation of Language Evolution Research in Introductory Linguistics Textbooks
41.           Wim Pouw & Susanne FuchsBiomechanics as the primordial basis for the emergence of co-speech gesture
42.           Limor Raviv and Cedric BoeckxComplexity and Simplicity in the evolution of languages across species
43.           Lola Rivoal, Leonard Samain-Aupic, Konstantina Margiotoudi, Maud Champagne-Lavau and Adrien MeguerditchianAre Baboons Able to Consider the Other’s Knowledge State When Pointing? Theory of Mind & Neuroanatomical Correlates within the Superior Temporal Sulcus
44.           Tim Sainburg, Anna Mai and Timothy GentnerLong-range sequential dependencies precede complex syntactic production in language acquisition
45.           Magdalena Schwarz, Theresa Matzinger and Nikolaus RittLinguistic markers of group affiliation increase trust as much as other biological and cultural tags 
46.           Marta Sibierska, Monika Boruta-Żywiczyńska, Przemysław Żywiczyński and Sławomir WacewiczPredictors of communicative success in pantomimic re-enactments of transitive events
47.           Fredrik StjernbergThe use of questions in the evolution of language
48.           Corina StrößnerNatural concepts in conceptual spaces
49.           Julia Trzeciakowska and Elizabeth Qing ZhangThe emergence of words from iterated sound imitations
50.           Kristian Tylén, Riccardo Fusaroli, Sergio Rojo, Katrin Heimann, Nicolas Fay, Niels N. Johannsen, Feix Riede and Marlize LombardInvestigating the cultural evolution of the Blombos and Diepkloof engravings
51.           Kristian Tylén, Zahra Alinam and Cordula VesperThe cultural route to conceptualization of space
52.           Natalie Uomini, Larry Barham, Michal Paradysz and Georg MeyerLateralised and bilateral brain networks for speech and stone tool-use: a neuroarchaeology study
53.           Olga Vasileva, Senay Cebioglu and Tanya BroeschCo-evolution of handedness and gesture: Evidence from a non-industrial society 
54.           Greg Woodin and Marcus PerlmanThe iconic impetus of language: From sensorimotor simulation to the lexicon
55.           Przemysław Żywiczyński, Marta Sibierska, Sławomir Wacewicz, Joost van de Weijer, Francesco Ferretti, Ines Adornetti, Alessandra Chiera and Valentina DeriuBetween universality and conventionality: a cross-cultural study of pantomimic enactments of transitive events