Gray Lab Publications:
Pushing the time barrier in the quest for language roots
Gray, R.D. (2005) Pushing the time barrier in the quest for language roots. Science, 209: 307-308.
Keywords: russell gray, language evolution, phylogenetics, austronesian,
Commentary on "Dunn, M., Terrill, A., Reesink, G., Foley, R.A., & Levinson, S.C. (2005). Structural Phylogenetics and the Reconstruction of Ancient Language History. Science, 309, 2072-2075."
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