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Testing for Language Teachers (Cambridge Language Teaching Library)
By imusti
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ean: 9780521484954, isbn: 0521484952,

4.4 out of 5 stars with 251 reviews
This second edition remains the most practical guide for teachers who want to have a better understanding of the role of testing in language teaching. It has a new chapter on testing young learners and expanded chapters on common test techniques and testing overall ability.ISBN13: 9780521484954. Condition: New. Notes: BRAND NEW FROM PUBLISHER! 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. Tracking provided on most orders. Buy with Confidence! Millions of books sold!.


The First Word: The Search for the Origins of Language
By Kenneally, Christine
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mpn: 9780143113744, ean: 9780143113744, isbn: 0143113747,

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An accessible exploration of a burgeoning new field: the incredible evolution of language The first popular book to recount the exciting, very recent developments in tracing the origins of language, The First Word is at the forefront of a controversial, compelling new field. Acclaimed science writer Christine Kenneally explains how a relatively small group of scientists that include Noam Chomsky and Steven Pinker assembled the astounding narrative of how the fundamental process of evolution


The Singing Neanderthals: The Origins of Music, Language, Mind, and Body
By Brand: Harvard University Press
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ean: 9780674021921, isbn: 0674021924,

4.9 out of 5 stars with 228 reviews
The propensity to make music is the most mysterious, wonderful, and neglected feature of humankind: this is where Steven Mithen began, drawing together strands from archaeology, anthropology, psychology, neuroscience--and, of course, musicology--to explain why we are so compelled to make and hear music. But music could not be explained without addressing language, and could not be accounted for without understanding the evolution of the human body and mind. Thus Mithen arrived at the wildly


The Silent Language (Anchor Books)
By Hall, Edward Twitchell
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In the everyday, but unspoken give-and-take of human relationships, the ''silent language'' plays a vitally important role. Here, a leading American anthropologist has analyzed the many qays in which people ''talk'' to one another without the use of words. The pecking order in a chicken yard, the fierce competition in a school playground, every unwitting gesture and action—this is the vocabulary of the ''silent language.'' According to Dr. Hall, the concepts of space and time are tools


The Language of Life: DNA and the Revolution in Personalized Medicine
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''His groundbreaking work has changed the very ways we consider our health and examine disease.” —Barack Obama From Dr. Francis Collins, director of the National Institute of Health, 2007 recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, and 15-year head of the Human Genome Project, comes one of the most important medical books of the year: The Language of Life. With accessible, insightful prose, Dr. Collins describes the medical, scientific, and genetic revolution that is currently unlocking


Multiagent Systems: Algorithmic, Game-Theoretic, and Logical Foundations
By Cambridge University Press
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This exciting and pioneering new overview of multiagent systems, which are online systems composed of multiple interacting intelligent agents, i.e., online trading, offers a newly seen computer science perspective on multiagent systems, while integrating ideas from operations research, game theory, economics, logic, and even philosophy and linguistics. The authors emphasize foundations to create a broad and rigorous treatment of their subject, with thorough presentations of distributed problem


From Lucy to Language
By Weidenfeld Nicolson Illustrated
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ean: 9781841880389, isbn: 1841880388,

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From Lucy to Language provides an accessible and up-to-date presentation of the evidence for human evolution: the fossils, artifacts and artwork that paleoanthropologists and archaeologists have discovered and debated during the past century and a half. Produced by a collaboration of scientific, photographic and journalistic talent, this visually stunning and intellectually satisfying volume is valued by professional and armchair anthropologists alike. From Lucy to Language showcases the


The Evolution of Language: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference Evolang7, Barcelona, Spain 12-15 March 2008
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This volume comprises refereed papers and abstracts from the 7th International Conference on the Evolution of Language (EVOLANG7), held in Barcelona in March 2008. As the leading international conference in the field, the biennial EVOLANG meeting is characterized by an invigorating, multidisciplinary approach to the origins and evolution of human language, and brings together researchers from many fields including anthropology, archeology, artificial life, biology, cognitive science, computer


Grooming, Gossip, and the Evolution of Language
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ean: 9780674363342, isbn: 0674363345,

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What a big brain we have for all the small talk we make. It's an evolutionary riddle that at long last makes sense in this intriguing book about what gossip has done for our talkative species. Psychologist Robin Dunbar looks at gossip as an instrument of social order and cohesion--much like the endless grooming with which our primate cousins tend to their social relationships. Apes and monkeys, humanity's closest kin, differ from other animals in the intensity of these relationships. All their


Toward an Evolutionary Biology of Language
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In this forcefully argued book, the leading evolutionary theorist of language draws on evidence from evolutionary biology, genetics, physical anthropology, anatomy, and neuroscience, to provide a framework for studying the evolution of human language and cognition. Philip Lieberman argues forcibly that the widely influential theories of language's development, advanced by Chomskian linguists and cognitive scientists, especially those that postulate a single dedicated language ''module,''


The Cell Language Theory: Connecting Mind and Matter
By World Scientific Publishing Europe Ltd
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ean: 9781848166608, isbn: 1848166605,

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This book represents the results of 45 years of research on a wide range of topics, including atomic physics, single-molecule enzymology, whole-cell metabolism, physiology, pharmacology, linguistics, semiotics, and cosmology. It describes the first comprehensive molecular theory of the genotype-phenotype coupling based on two key theoretical concepts: (i) the conformon, the conformational wave packet in biopolymers carrying both the free energy and genetic information; and (ii) the


Approaches to the Evolution of Language: Social and Cognitive Bases
By Cambridge University Press
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This is one of the first systematic attempts to bring language within the neo-Darwinian framework of modern evolutionary theory. Twenty-four coordinated essays by linguists, phoneticians, anthropologists, psychologists and cognitive scientists explore the origins of the complex structure of human language, emphasizing its social (as opposed to purely practical) bases, and showing the mechanisms by which this structure emerges, is maintained, and develops..


The Singing Neanderthals: The Origins of Music, Language, Mind and Body
By Orion Publishing Group
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ean: 9780297643173, isbn: 0297643177,

4.9 out of 5 stars with 23 reviews
The development of language was one of the key factors that enabled the emergence of the modern mind, with its seemingly unlimited powers of imagination, curiosity and invention. It is one of the things that makes us human and, whether gestural, written or spoken, allows us to communicate ideas from the most mundane to the most profound. But while the origins of language have provoked furious debate, those of music- our other major vocal and aural communication system have been oddly neglected,


Neurogenic Disorders of Language and Cognition: Evidence-based Clinical Practice
By Pro Ed
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ean: 9781416405856, isbn: 1416405852,

4.5 out of 5 stars with 95 reviews
EXCELLENT Condition.Aphasia, dementia, traumatic brain injury, TBI, stroke, cognitive disorders, communication disorders, right hemisphere.


Lucy to Language: The Benchmark Papers
By Oxford University Press
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ean: 9780199652594, isbn: 0199652597,

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The concept of the social brain has become a popular topic in the last decade and has generated interest within the research community and contributed to a wide public examination of human culture, nature, mind, and instinct, as well as aspects of social and business organisation. At its core, the hypothesis that our social life drove the dramatic enlargement of our brain, bridges the dimensions of our evolutionary history and our contemporary experience. This has been the focus of a seven-year



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