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Volume 94 | Number 2 | March-April 2006


Ideological Assaults

Daniel Kevles

A review of The Republican War on Science, by Chris Mooney. Mooney makes a convincing case that the administration of George W. Bush has politicized science to an unprecedented degree

Evo Devo Psych

Ethan Remmel

A review of Origins of the Social Mind: Evolutionary Psychology and Child Development, edited by Bruce J. Ellis and David F. Bjorklund. Evolutionary developmental psychology is a new subfield that attempts to integrate developmental and evolutionary thinking—something easier said than done


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