Social Cognition

The following papers offer insight into the role of social cognition in the evolution of mind.

Cole, J. (2014). Hominin language development: A new method. Biosemiotics. DOI 10.1007/s12304-014-9198-8.

Putt, S. S., Woods, A. D., & Franciscus, R. G. (2014). The role of verbal interaction during experimental bifacial stone tool manufacture. Lithic Technology, 32, 96-112.

Stout, D. (2002). Skill and cognition in stone tool production: An ethnographic case study from Irian Jaya. Current Anthropology, 43, 693-722.

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