W. Tecumseh Fitch
W. Tecumseh Fitch
Professor of Cognitive Biology, Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Vienna
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The faculty of language: what is it, who has it, and how did it evolve?
MD Hauser, N Chomsky, WT Fitch
science 298 (5598), 1569-1579, 2002
62922002
The evolution of language
WT Fitch
Cambridge University Press, 2010
12272010
The evolution of speech: a comparative review
WT Fitch
Trends in cognitive sciences 4 (7), 258-267, 2000
9562000
Morphology and development of the human vocal tract: A study using magnetic resonance imaging
WT Fitch, J Giedd
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 106 (3), 1511-1522, 1999
9341999
The evolution of the language faculty: clarifications and implications
WT Fitch, MD Hauser, N Chomsky
Cognition 97 (2), 179-210, 2005
8592005
Computational constraints on syntactic processing in a nonhuman primate
WT Fitch, MD Hauser
Science 303 (5656), 377-380, 2004
8102004
Vocal tract length and formant frequency dispersion correlate with body size in rhesus macaques
WT Fitch
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 102 (2), 1213-1222, 1997
7151997
The biology and evolution of music: A comparative perspective
WT Fitch
Cognition 100 (1), 173-215, 2006
7072006
The descended larynx is not uniquely human
W Tecumseh Fitch, D Reby
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2001
5622001
Sonification report: Status of the field and research agenda
G Kramer, B Walker, T Bonebright, P Cook, JH Flowers, N Miner, ...
5462010
The “domestication syndrome” in mammals: a unified explanation based on neural crest cell behavior and genetics
AS Wilkins, RW Wrangham, WT Fitch
Genetics 197 (3), 795-808, 2014
4802014
Calls out of chaos: the adaptive significance of nonlinear phenomena in mammalian vocal production
WT Fitch, J Neubauer, H Herzel
Animal behaviour 63 (3), 407-418, 2002
4772002
Motion events in language and cognition
SP Gennari, SA Sloman, BC Malt, WT Fitch
Cognition 83 (1), 49-79, 2002
4492002
Unpacking “honesty”: vertebrate vocal production and the evolution of acoustic signals
WT Fitch, MD Hauser
Acoustic communication, 65-137, 2003
3652003
Birds have primate-like numbers of neurons in the forebrain
S Olkowicz, M Kocourek, RK Lučan, M Porteš, WT Fitch, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (26), 7255-7260, 2016
3252016
Red deer stags use formants as assessment cues during intrasexual agonistic interactions
D Reby, K McComb, B Cargnelutti, C Darwin, WT Fitch, T Clutton-Brock
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1566), 941-947, 2005
3032005
Vocal production in nonhuman primates: acoustics, physiology, and functional constraints on “honest” advertisement
WT Fitch, MD Hauser
American Journal of Primatology 37 (3), 191-219, 1995
3021995
The language faculty: What is it, who has it, and how did it evolve
M Hauser, N Chomsky, WT Fitch
Science 298 (5598), 1569-1579, 2002
2982002
Social cognition and the evolution of language: constructing cognitive phylogenies
WT Fitch, L Huber, T Bugnyar
Neuron 65 (6), 795-814, 2010
2942010
The evolution of language: a comparative review
WT Fitch
Biology and philosophy 20 (2-3), 193-203, 2005
2802005
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