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Unformatted text preview: -genre, vision, measure 23.[a]-cat 24.[e]-set 25.[i]-sit 26.[o]-corn, fork, four 27.[u]-cut, stuck, struck, front 28.[A]-plate 29.[E]-meet 30.[I]-fight 31.[O]-boat 32.[jU]-mute 33.[oo]-wood 34.[U]-food 35.[ou]-loud 36.[oi]-void 37.[A:]-shot, caught, father, balm, talk, tall, law, slaw, follow, dollar, car, hard, part, sharp 38.[3r']-bird, word, burn, fern 39.[..]-arrest, again, away, afire 40.[..r']-center, theater, realtor, inventor Communication Cognitive model of communication: use of a ‘signal’ to influence the understanding of another individual. •  Uses higher-order intentionality •  Referential, i.e. not exclusively about internal states Non-human referential communication Vervet monkey alarm calls Criteria for functional reference 1.  Appropriate stimulus elicits the appropriate call 2.  Each alarm call by itself elicits appropriate behavior in receivers Human Language and Animal Communication Limited vs unbounded signal sets: Most animals communicate about a limited range of items (food, sex, predators, etc) u...
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