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Theofanopoulou, C., Gedman, G., Cahill, J.A., Boeckx, C., Jarvis E. D. (2021). A universal evolution-based nomenclature for the oxytocin and vasotocin ligand and receptor families. Nature 592, 747–755.

Rhie, A. et al. (2021). Towards complete and error-free genome assemblies of all vertebrate species. Nature 592, 737–746.

Borie*, A., Theofanopoulou*, C., Andari, E. (in press) The promiscuity of the oxytocinvasopressin systems and their involvement in autism spectrum disorder. In Swaab, D. (ed.) The Human Hypothalamus.

Theofanopoulou, C. (under review) Reconstructing the evolutionary history of the oxytocin and vasotocin receptor gene family: insights on whole genome duplication scenarios.

Tobari*, Y., Theofanopoulou*, C. et al. (submitted) Identification and brain expression of OT (oxytocin) in the wild White-rumped munias and the domesticated Bengalese finches.

Theofanopoulou*, C., Andirkó*, A., Boeckx C. (under review): Oxytocin and Vasopressin Receptor variants as a window onto the evolution of human prosociality. bioRxiv.

Núñez, C., Theofanopoulou, C., Senior, C., Cambra, M. R., Usall, J., Stephan-Otto, C., &b Brébion, G. (2018). A large-scale study on the effects of sex on gray matter asymmetry. Brain Structure and Function. DOI: 10.1007/s00429-017-1481-4

Theofanopoulou C., Gastaldon S. et al. (2017). Self-domestication in Homo sapiens: Insights from comparative genomics. PLoS ONE 12(10): e0185306.

Theofanopoulou C., Boeckx C., Jarvis E.D. (2017). A hypothesis on a role of oxytocin in the social mechanisms of speech and vocal learning. Proc. R. Soc. B 284: 20170988.

Theofanopoulou, C. (2016). Implications of oxytocin in human linguistic cognition: from genome to phenome. Frontiers in Neuroscience 10: 271.

Benítez-Burraco A., Theofanopoulou C. & Boeckx C. (2016). Globularization and Domestication. Topoi, 1–14.

Boeckx C., Theofanopoulou C. & Benítez-Burraco A. (2016). How the Brain got grammaticalized: Globularization and (self-)domestication. In S.G. Roberts et al. (eds.) The Evolution of Language: Proceedings of the 11th International Conference (EVOLANG11).

Theofanopoulou, C., & Boeckx, C. (2016). The central role of the thalamus in language and cognition. In Boeckx, C., & Fujita, K. (Eds.), In Advances in Biolinguistics: The Human Language Faculty and its Biological Basis, London: Routledge.

Theofanopoulou, C., & Boeckx, C. (2015). Cognitive phylogenies, the Darwinian logic of descent, and the inedequacy of cladistic thinking. Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology 3: 64.

Theofanopoulou, C. (2015). Brain asymmetry in the white matter making and Globularity. Frontiers in Psychology 6:1355.

Boeckx, C. & Theofanopoulou, C. (2015). Commentary on “Labels, cognomes, and cyclic computation: An ethological perspective”. Frontiers in Psychology 6: 784.

Boeckx, C. & Theofanopoulou, C. (2015). (Neural) syntax. In Martin, R. & Gallego, A. (Eds), Language, Syntax, and the Natural Sciences, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Theofanopoulou, C., Martins, P. T., Ramirez, J., Zhang, E., Arellano, D., Castillo, G., Shi, E., Alamri, S., Martinez-Alvarez, A., & Leivada, E. (2015). Neurological foundations of language: Emerging perspectives. Llengua, Societat i Comunicació 13.

Theofanopoulou, C. Light Verbs in Modern Greek. (2015). Studies in Greek Linguistics 35: 607- 631. Thesaloniki: Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

Boeckx, C. & Theofanopoulou, C. (2014). A Multidimensional Interdisciplinary Framework for Linguistics: The Lexicon as a Case Study. Journal of Cognitive Science 15: 403-420.