- Title Pages
- List of Contributors
- I The Origin of the Species
- The Morphological and Behavioural Origins of Modern Humans
- Archaeology and the Origins of Modern Humans: European and African Perspectives
- The Case for Saltational Events in Human Evolution
- Grades and Transitions in Human Evolution
- II Language and the Evolution of the Brain
- From Protolanguage to Language
- Is the Neural Basis of Vocalisation Different in Non-Human Primates and <i>Homo Sapiens?</i>
- Laterality and Human Speciation
- When did Directional Asymmetry Enter the Record?
- Bihemispheric Language: How the Two Hemispheres Collaborate in the Processing of Language
- III The Search for a Critical Event
- Sexual Selection, Timing and an X–Y Homologous Gene: Did <i>Homo Sapiens</i> Speciate on the Y Chromosome?
- What Can the Y Chromosome Tell Us about the Origin of Modern Humans?
- Do the Hominid-Specific Regions of X–Y Homology Contain Candidate Genes Potentially Involved in a Critical Event Linked to Speciation?
- Preferential Sex Linkage of Sexually Selected Genes: Evidence and a New Explanation
Proceedings of the British Academy • 106
- The Speciation of Modern Homo Sapiens
- British Academy
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