Cultural selection for learnability: Three principles underlying the view that language adapts to be learnable

  • Brighton H
  • Kirby S
  • Smith K
  • et al.
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Brighton et al. encourage others to investigate how factors other than innate individual psychological biases could influence the shape of languages.

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Brighton, H., Kirby, S., Smith, K., & Building, A. F. (2005). Cultural selection for learnability: Three principles underlying the view that language adapts to be learnable. Language Origins Perspectives on Evolution, 1–16. Retrieved from http://www.isrl.uiuc.edu/~amag/langev/paper/brighton_threehypotheses.html

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