Coolidge and Winn

(Wynn and Coolidge)

Cognitive Archaeology

Wynn, T., Coolidge, F. L. Beyond symbolism and language: An introduction to Supplement 1, working memory. Current Antropology, 51, 5-16. [click here for PDF copy]

Wynn, T., Coolidge, F. L., & Bright, M. (2009). Hohlenstein-Stadel and the evolution of human conceptual thought. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 19, 73-83. [click here for PDF copy]

Coolidge, F.  L. & Wynn, T. (2008). The role of episodic memory and autonoetic thought in Upper Palaeolithic life. PaleoAnthropology, 2008, 212-217. [click here for PDF copy]

Wynn, T., & Coolidge, F. L. (2008). Did a small but significant change in working memory capacity empower modern thinking? In P. Mellars, K. Boyle, O. Bar-Yosef, & S. Stringer (Eds.), Rethinking the human evolution: New behavioural and biological perspectives on the origin and dispersal of modern humans (pp. 79-90). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University McDonald Institute Monographs. [click here for PDF copy]

Wynn, T., & Coolidge, F. L. (2008). A stone-age meeting of minds. American Scientist, 96(1), 44-51. [click here for PDF copy]

Coolidge, F. L. & Wynn, T. (2007). The working memory account of Neandertal cognition - how phonological storage capacity may be related to recursion and the pragmatics of modern speech. Journal of Human Evolution, 52, 707-710. [click here for PDF copy]

Coolidge, F. L. & Wynn, T. (2006). The effect of the tree-to-ground sleep transition in the evolution of cognition in early Homo. Before Farming: The Anthropology and Archaeology of Hunters-Gatherers, 2, 1-16. [click here for PDF copy]

Wynn, T., & Coolidge, F. L. (2006). The effect of enhanced working memory on language. Journal of Human Evolution, 50, 230-231.[click here for PDF copy]

Coolidge, F. L. & Wynn, T. (2006). The role of enhanced working memory in the production of therianthropic art. Rock Art Research, 23, 18-21.[click here for PDF copy]

Coolidge, F. L. & Wynn, T. (2005). Working memory, its executive functions, and the emergence of modern thinking. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 15:1, 5-26. [click here for PDF copy]

Wynn, T. & Coolidge, F. L. (2004). The skilled Neanderthal mind. Journal of Human Evolution, 46, 467-487.[click here for PDF copy]

Coolidge, F. L. & Wynn, T. (2004). A cognitive and neuropsychological perspective on the Chatelperronian. Journal of Anthropological Research, 60, 55-73. [click here for PDF copy]

Wynn, T. & Coolidge, F. L. (2003). The role of working memory in the evolution of managed farming. Before Farming: The Anthropology and Archaeology of Hunters-Gatherers, 2, 1-16. [click here for PDF copy]

Wynn, T. & Coolidge, F. L. (2002). The role of working memory in skilled and conceptual thought. Behavioral & Brain Sciences, 25, 703-704.

Coolidge, F. L. & Wynn, T. (2001). Executive functions of the frontal lobes and the evolutionary ascendancy of Homo sapiens. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 11, 255-260. [click here for PDF copy]