Books

2018  Falk, D. and E. Pl Schofield.  Geeks, Genes, and the Evolution of Asperger Syndrome (tentative title), University of New Mexico Press, in press.
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2012  Hofman, M. A. and Falk, D. (eds).  Evolution of the Primate Brain: From Neuron to Behavior.  Elsevier.
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2011  Falk, D., The Fossil Chronicles: How Two Controversial Discoveries Changed Our View of Human Evolution. University of California Press.
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2011  Falk, D., Lingua madre: Cure Materne e origini del linguaggio (translated by Paolo A. Dossena), Italian edition of Finding Our Tongues.  Bollati Boringhieri.
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2010  Falk, D., Wie die Menschheit zur Sprache fand: Mütter, Kinder und der Ursprung des Sprechens (translated by Susanne Kuhlmann-war), German edition of Finding Our Tongues.  Deutsche  Verlags-anstalt (Random House).
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2009  Falk, D., Finding Our Tongues: Mothers, Infants & the Origins of Language.  Perseus/Basic Books.
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2004 Falk, D., Braindance Revised and Expanded. University Press of Florida.
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2003  Keenan, J., with Gallup, G. and Falk, D., The Face in the Mirror: The Search for the Origins of Consciousness, Ecco (Harper Collins).
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2001  Falk, D. and K. Gibson (eds), Evolutionary Anatomy of the Primate Cerebral Cortex. Cambridge:Cambridge University Press.
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2000  Falk, D., Primate Diversity. New York: Norton.
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1996  Warum Schimpansen nicht steppen konnen (Why Chimpanzees Can’t Tap Dance) (paper translation of Braindance). Leipzig: Insel Verlag.
1994  German edition of Braindance. Basel: Birkhauser Verlag.
1994  Owl Book edition of Braindance (paper).
1992  Falk, D.  Braindance: New Discoveries About Human Origins and Brain Evolution. New York: Henry Holt.
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1982  Armstrong, E. and Falk, D. (Eds.),  Primate Brain Evolution: Methods and Concepts. New York: Plenum Publishing Company.
1978  Falk, D.,  External Neuroanatomy of Old World Monkeys (Cercopithecoidea).  Contributions to Primatology15:1-95.