Rachael Bailes is a postdoctoral Teaching Fellow in Linguistics at Newcastle University. She completed her M.Sc. in the Evolution of Language and Cognition, and her PhD in Linguistics and English Language, with the Centre for Language Evolution at the University of Edinburgh. Her broad research interests include experimental pragmatics, adaptationist psycholinguistics, cognitive neuroscience of language, social cognition and evolutionary theory.
Rachael’s Replicated Typo Posts:
- Sexually selective understanding of evolutionary psychology and its political applications
- Limiting female participation: will it increase female participation?
- Observational learning in Octopus Vulgaris
- Babies know who’s boss, whose boss, and who knows what else
- Language Evolution and Levels of Explanation