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A LITTLE BIT MORE, A LOT BETTER - LANGUAGE EMERGENCE FROM QUANTITATIVE TO QUALITATIVE CHANGE
The Evolution of Language
The draft of chimpanzee genome was published recently (Nature September 2005). It has been known that chimpanzees share more than 98% of our DNA and almost all of our genes. In addition to the striking genetic closeness, the studies on chimpanzees in both laboratories and natural habitats have revealed that they share with us many cognitive abilities (Tomasello & Call 1997; Hauser 2005) , and exhibit complex social behaviors (de Waal 2005) and rich cultural traditions which are transmitteddoi:10.1142/9789812774262_0064 fatcat:cxy7pzbmpvfdpopdb4hjprjyjm