Volume 86 | Number 1 | January-February 1998
A review of Games of No Chance: Combinatorial Games at MSRI, 1994, edited by Richard J. Nowakowski.
A review of The Origins of Virtue: Human Instincts and the Evolution of Cooperation, by Matt Ridley.
A review of Mirrors in Mind, by Richard Gregory.
A review of Hyperactivity Disorders of Childhood, edited by Seija Sandberg.
A review of Darwinian Archaeologies, edited by Herbert D. G. Maschner.
A review of Great Ape Societies, edited by W. C. McGrew, L. F. Marchant, and T. Nishida.
A review of Cheating Time: Science, Sex, and Aging, by Roger Gosden.
A review of Changing Fortunes: Biodiversity and Peasant Livelihood in the Peruvian Andes, by Karl S. Zimmerer.
A review of Humanature, by Peter Goin.
A review of Population Dynamics in Ecological Space and Time, edited by Olin E. Rhodes, Jr., Ronald K. Chesser and Michael H. Smith.
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