Pedro Tiago Martins

Papers

  1. O’Rourke, T., Martins, P. T., Asano, R., Tachibana, R. O., Okanoya, K., & Boeckx, C. (2021). Capturing the Effects of Domestication on Vocal Learning Complexity. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. DOI: 10.1016/j.tics.2021.03.007
  2. Martins, P. T., & Boeckx, C. (2020). Vocal learning: Beyond the continuum. PLoS Biology, 18(3), e3000672. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.3000672
  3. Martins, P. T. (2019). Comment on “The Siege of Paris” (Berwick and Chomsky, 2019). Inference: International Review of Science, 4(4). DOI: 10.37282/991819.19.45
  4. Zanella, M., Vitriolo, A., Andirko, A., Martins, P. T., Sturm, S., O’Rourke, T., Laugsch, M., Malerba, N., Skaros, A., Trattaro, S., Germain, P.-L., Mihailovic, M., Merla, G., Rada-Iglesias, A., Boeckx, C., & Testa, G. (2019). Dosage analysis of the 7q11.23 Williams region identifies BAZ1B as a major human gene patterning the modern human face and underlying self-domestication. Science Advances, 5(12). DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aaw7908
  5. Martins, P. T., & Boeckx, C. (2019). Language evolution and complexity considerations: The no half-Merge fallacy. PLoS Biology, 17(11), e3000389. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.3000389

    Reply by Berwick and Chomsky:
    Berwick RC, Chomsky N (2019) All or nothing: No half-Merge and the evolution of syntax. PLoS Biol 17(11): e3000539. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.3000539

  6. Martins, P. T., Marí, M., & Boeckx, C. (2018). SRGAP2 and the gradual evolution of the modern human language faculty. Journal of Language Evolution, 3(1), 67–78. DOI: 10.1093/jole/lzx020
  7. Theofanopoulou, C., Gastaldon, S., O’Rourke, T., Samuels, B. D., Martins, P. T., Delogu, F., Alamri, S., & Boeckx, C. (2017). Self-domestication in Homo sapiens: Insights from comparative genomics. PLoS ONE, 12(10), e0185306. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0185306
  8. Samuels, B. D., Martins, P. T., & Boeckx, C. (2017). Linguistic knowledge by descent: an evolutionary approach to stress typology. Journal of the Phonetic Society of Japan [Special Issue: Excavating Phonetic/Phonological Fossils in Language: Current Trends in Evolutionary Linguistics], 21(1), 71–78. DOI: 10.24467/onseikenkyu.21.1_71
  9. Smailović, J., Žnidaršič, M., Valentinčič, A., Lončarski, I., Pahor, M., Martins, P. T., & Pollak, S. (2017). Automatic Analysis of Annual Financial Reports: A Case Study. Computación y Sistemas, 21(4), 809–818. DOI: 10.13053/CyS-21-4-2863
  10. Martins, P. T., & Boeckx, C. (2016). What we talk about when we talk about biolinguistics. Linguistics Vanguard, 2(1). DOI: 10.1515/lingvan-2016-0007
  11. Theofanopoulou, C., Martins, P. T., Ramirez, J., Zhang, E., Castillo, G., Shi, E., Alamri, S., Martínez-Àlvarez, A., & Leivada, E. (2015). Neurological foundations of language: Emerging perspectives. Llengua, Societat i Comunicació, 13, 4–11. DOI: 10.1344/LSC2015.13.2
  12. Martins, P. T., & Boeckx, C. (2014). Attention mechanisms and the mosaic evolution of speech. Frontiers in Psychology, 5(1463). DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01463
  13. Boeckx, C., Leivada, E., & Martins, P. T. (2013). Language and Complexity Considerations: A Biolinguistic Perspective. Llengua, Societat i Communicació, 11, 26–33. .pdf

Preprints

  1. Martins, P. T., & Boeckx, C. (2020). Clarifications on the no half-Merge fallacy, lingbuzz/005432. URL: https://ling.auf.net/lingbuzz/005432

Book Chapters

  1. Martins, P. T., & Boeckx, C. (2018). Language evolution: Insisting on making it a mystery or turning it into a problem? In P. Saint-Germier (Ed.), Language, Evolution and Mind: Essays in Honour of Anne Reboul (pp. 161–169). London: College Publications.
  2. Martins, P. T. (2017). There is no place for markedness in biologically-informed phonology. In B. D. Samuels (Ed.), Beyond markedness in formal phonology (pp. 219–232). Amsterdam: John Benjamins. DOI: 10.1075/la.241.09mar .pdf
  3. Boeckx, C., Martins, P. T., & Leivada, E. (2017). Biolinguistics. In I. Roberts & A. Ledgeway (Eds.), Cambridge Handbook of Historical Syntax (pp. 629–641). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. DOI: 10.1017/9781107279070.029
  4. Boeckx, C., & Martins, P. T. (2016). Biolinguistics. In M. Aronoff (Ed.), Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Linguistics. DOI: 10.1093/acrefore/9780199384655.013.20
  5. Martins, P. T., & Boeckx, C. (2016). Language evolution: Insisting on making it a mystery or turning it into a problem? In L. Dupuy, A. Grabizna, N. Foudon, & P. Saint-Germier (Eds.), Papers dedicated to Anne Reboul (pp. 1–10). Lyon: Institut des Sciences Cognitives/CNRS. .pdf
  6. Martins, P. T., Leivada, E., Benítez-Burraco, A., & Boeckx, C. (2016). Biological pluralism in service of biolinguistics. In K. Fujita & C. Boeckx (Eds.), Advances in Biolinguistics: The Human Language Faculty and its Biological Basis (pp. 153–169). London: Routledge. URL: https://www.routledge.com/Advances-in-Biolinguistics-The-Human-Language-Faculty-and-Its-Biological/Fujita-Boeckx/p/book/9781138891722 .pdf

In Proceedings

  1. Silvente i Font, S., Martins, P. T., & Boeckx, C. (2020). Do Life Histories Shape Vocal Production Learning? A Bird-Based Approach. In A. Ravignani, C. Barbieri, M. Martins, M. Flaherty, Y. Jadoul, E. Lattenkamp, H. Little, K. Mudd, & T. Verhoef (Eds.), The Evolution of Language: Proceedings of the 13th International Conference (EvoLang13). DOI: 10.17617/2.3190925
  2. Martins, P. T., & Boeckx, C. (2020). Specifying the “Vocal” in Vocal Learning. In A. Ravignani, C. Barbieri, M. Martins, M. Flaherty, Y. Jadoul, E. Lattenkamp, H. Little, K. Mudd, & T. Verhoef (Eds.), The Evolution of Language: Proceedings of the 13th International Conference (EvoLang13). DOI: 10.17617/2.3190925
  3. Martins, P. T., & Boeckx, C. (2018). Sound Production Learning and the Contiguum Hypothesis. In Proceedings of Evolang XII. DOI: 10.12775/3991-1.069 .pdf
  4. Veloso, J., & Martins, P. T. (2018). O “Interjudge Agreement” como forma de validação de transcrições de amotras dialetais. In J. Veloso, J. Guimarães, P. Silvano, & R. Sousa-Silva (Eds.), A Linguística em Diálogo. Volume Comemorativo dos 40 Anos do Centro de Linguística da Universidade do Porto (pp. 527–545). Porto: Centro de Linguística da Universidade do Porto. [Portuguese] URL: https://hdl.handle.net/10216/119717
  5. Theofanopoulou, C., Zhang, E. Q., Alamri, S., Castillo, G., Shi, E. R., Martins, P. T., Martínez-Ferreiro, S., & Boeckx, C. (2015). Subcortical Structures and Language Disruption. In Stem-, Spraak- en Taalpathologie 20 [Science of Aphasia 2015] (pp. 169–171). URL: https://sstp.nl/issue/view/2663
  6. Martins, P. T. (2015). A reemergência da Biolinguística. In Textos Selecionados do XXX Encontro Nacional da Associação Portuguesa de Linguística (pp. 381–401). Porto: FLUP/APL. [Portuguese] .pdf
  7. Veloso, J., & Martins, P. T. (2013). Arquivo Dialetal do CLUP. In Textos Selecionados do XXVIII Encontro Nacional da Associação Portuguesa de Linguística (pp. 673–692). Coimbra: APL. [Portuguese] .pdf
  8. Rennicke, I., & Martins, P. T. (2013). As realizações fonéticas de /R/ em português europeu: análise de um corpus dialetal e implicações no sistema fonológico. In Textos Selecionados do XXVIII Encontro Nacional da Associação Portuguesa de Linguística (pp. 509–523). Coimbra: APL. [Portuguese] .pdf
  9. Veloso, J., & Martins, P. T. (2011). Etimologia não é morfologia: produtividade e composicionalidade na formação e processamento dos “compostos morfológicos” do português. In A. Costa, I. Falé, & P. Barbosa (Eds.), Textos Selecionados do XXVII Encontro Nacional da Associação Portuguesa de Linguística (pp. 558–573). Lisbon: APL. [Portuguese]

Reviews

  1. Martins, P. T. (2014). The Bird is the Word: Review of “Birdsong, Speech, Language: Exploring the Evolution of Mind and Brain” (Ed. by Johan J. Bolhuis & Martin Everaert, 2013). Biolinguistics, 8, 97–107. URL: https://www.biolinguistics.eu/index.php/biolinguistics/article/view/339/331
  2. Martins, P. T. (2012). Review of “Phonological Architecture: A Biolinguistic Perspective” (Bridget Samuels, 2011). Linguística - Revista De Estudos Linguísticos Da Universidade Do Porto, 7, 209–216. .pdf

Theses

  1. Martins, P. T. (2020). Sound production learning across species: Beyond the vocal learning dichotomy (PhD thesis). Universitat de Barcelona. URL: http://www.tdx.cat/handle/10803/670977
  2. Martins, P. T. (2015). Generalizing rules over clicks (MSc). Pompeu Fabra University. .pdf
  3. Martins, P. T. (2013). Biolinguistics and Evo-Devo: Towards an Extended Synthesis for Language (MA). University of Barcelona.

Others

  1. Martins, P. T. (2014). Interview with Marc Hauser. In P. T. Martins & E. Leivada (Eds.), (Inter)views on Biolinguistics (pp. 1–10). Biolinguistics Initiative Barcelona. .pdf .pdf
  2. Boeckx, C., Veloso, J., & Martins, P. T. (2011). Interview with Professor Cedric Boeckx (Catalan Institute for Advanced Studies & Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona). ElingUP, 3(1), 1–29. .pdf
  3. Brandão de Carvalho, J., Veloso, J., Silva, F., & Martins, P. T. (2010). Entrevista com o Professor Joaquim Brandão de Carvalho. ElingUP, 2(1), 3–10. [Portuguese] .pdf
  4. Martins, P. T. (2010). A Importância do Acesso Livre. ElingUP, 2(1), 1–2. [Portuguese] URL: https://ojs.letras.up.pt/index.php/elingUP/article/view/2509/2297
  5. Lacerda, F., Veloso, J., & Martins, P. T. (2009). Entrevista com o Professor Francisco Lacerda. ElingUP, 1(1), 1–17. [Portuguese] .pdf
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