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Human Biodiversity: Genes, Race, and History

Jonathan M. Marks - Social Science - 2001 - 321 pages
Are humans unique? This simple question, at the very heart of the hybrid field of biological anthropology, poses one of the false of dichotomies--with a stereotypical humanist ...
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Beyond the Gene : Cytoplasmic Inheritance and the Struggle for Authority in ...

Jan Sapp Senior Lecturer in History and Philosophy of Science University of Melbourne - Science - 1987 - 282 pages
The scope and significance of cytoplasmic inheritance has been the subject of one of the longest controversies in the history of genetics. In the first major book on the ...
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Psychopathology in Epilepsy: Social Dimensions

Steven Whitman, Bruce P. Hermann - Medical - 1986 - 309 pages
While mental illness in epileptics has been studied extensively from a biological perspective, little serious attention has been paid to the role of nonbiological factors. This ...
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The Gene Illusion: Genetic Research in Psychiatry and Psychology Under the ...

Jay Joseph - Psychology - 2004 - 407 pages
Jay Joseph's timely, challenging book provides a much-needed rebuttal of the evidence cited in support of genetic theories in psychiatry and psychology, which are based mainly ...
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The Pentagon’s Battle for the American Mind: The Early Cold War

Lori L. Bogle - History - 2004 - 220 pages
The U.S. military has historically believed itself to be the institution best suited to develop the character, spiritual values, and patriotism of American youth. In Strategy ...
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