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* Flinn, M.V. (2004). Culture and developmental plasticity: Evolution of the social brain. In K. MacDonald and R. L. Burgess (Eds.), ''Evolutionary perspectives on child development'', chapter 3, pp. 73-98. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. [http://www.missouri.edu/~anthmark/pdf/Ch_3--Mark_Flinn.pdf Full text]
 
* Flinn, M.V. (2004). Culture and developmental plasticity: Evolution of the social brain. In K. MacDonald and R. L. Burgess (Eds.), ''Evolutionary perspectives on child development'', chapter 3, pp. 73-98. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. [http://www.missouri.edu/~anthmark/pdf/Ch_3--Mark_Flinn.pdf Full text]

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  • Flinn, M.V. (2004). Culture and developmental plasticity: Evolution of the social brain. In K. MacDonald and R. L. Burgess (Eds.), Evolutionary perspectives on child development, chapter 3, pp. 73-98. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Full text
  • McElreath, R. & Henrich, J. (in press) Modeling Cultural Evolution. In R. Dunbar and L. Barrett, (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Evolutionary Psychology. Oxford: Oxford Univ Press. Full text
  • Paciotti, B., Richerson, P.J., & Boyd, R. (2006). Cultural Evolutionary Theory: A Synthetic Theory for Fragmented Disciplines. In Paul Van Lange (Ed.), Bridging Social Psychology: The Benefits of Transdisciplinary Approaches, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Full text



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