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Influence of Impression-Management Goals on the Emerging ...

Asocial-evolution aryperspective suggests that the emergent contents of stereotypes are influenced by the contents of interpersonal communications, ...

Attachment, ethology and adult psychotherapy

Attachment, ethology and adult psychotherapy PAT SABLE A BSTRACT This article discusses Bowlby'sdevelopmentofan ethological-evolution-aryperspective, and its implications for psychotherapy with adults.

The Executive Functions and Self-Regulation: An Evolutionary ...

... purposes, a previously developed model of the EFs is briefly presented and is then examined from an evolution-aryperspective. That model views the EFs as forms of behavior-to-the-self that evolved from overt ...

HIV Treatment in African Americans: Challenges and Opportunities

All newly diagnosed patients need to be evaluated from amultidisciplin-aryperspective such that the complex interplay of psychological, social, ...

South Asianamphibians: taxonomy, diversity and conservation ...

However, to provide acontempor-aryperspective, Frost (2007) is used for the checklist of amphibians of South Asia in Tables 2and3. Before Frost et al. (2006), ...

ChomskyN (2000). New horizons in the study of language

'Metarepresentat ions in an evolution-aryperspective.'In Sperber D (ed.) Metarepresentati ons: a multidisciplinary perspective. Oxford: Oxford Univer-sityPress. 117-137.

Phylogenetic analysis of non-stereotyped behavioural ...

... that behaviour is phylogenetically informative and that it can be studied within such an evolution-aryperspective (e.g. Coddington, 1986; ...

Technology, institutions, and innovation systems

R.R. Nelson, K. Nelson /Research Policy 31 (2002) 265-272 267 aryperspective regarding how institutions form and change. And, as I noted earlier, ...

Journal of Human Evolution, Vol. 39, No. 6, pp. 583-586 (2000)

Human Birth: An Evolution-aryPerspective . New York: Aldinede Gruyter. Trevathan, W. R. (1988). Fetal emergence patterns in evolutionary perspective. Am. Anthrop.

EVEREST: A collection of evolutionary conserved protein domains

Other definitions take an evolution-aryperspective and define domains as segments of the sequence that recur indierent proteins. Based on these definitions, ...