Andrews, P. W., & Thomson, J. A. (2009). The bright side of being blue: Depression as an adaptation for analyzing complex problems. Psychological Review, 116, 620–654.
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Hauser, M. (2006). Moral minds: How nature designed our universal sense of right and wrong. New York: Ecco/Harper Collins.
Citation has author, year, title, place of publication: publisher (no journal title, volume or number). It's a BOOK. Use the "Find a Specific Book" link on the right side of the library home page.
F. James Davis. (2006). Defining race: comparative perspectives. In D.L. Brunsma (Ed.). Mixed messages: multiracial identities in the "color-blind" era (pp. 15-32). Boulder, Colo: Lynne Rienner Publishers.
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Evans, T. & Giometto, A. (2011), Turnover rate of popularity charts in neutral models. arXiv:1105.4044 [physic.soc-ph].
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