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  1. Divided brains: The biology and behaviour of brain asymmetries. By Lesley J. Rogers, Giorgio Vallortigara, and Richard J. Andrew. x + 229 pp. New York: Cambridge University Press. 2013. $125.00 (cloth), $58.00 (paper), $48.00 (e-book).

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  2. Aboriginal man adapting. By R.L. Kirk. New York: The Clarendon Press; Oxford University Press. 1981. vii + 229 pp., figures, tables, references, indices. $59.00 (cloth)

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  3. The history of scurvy and vitamin C. by Kenneth J. Carpenter. New Rochelle, NY: Cambridge University Press. 1986. viii + 288 pp., figures, tables, index. $39.50 (cloth)

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  12. A biohistory of 19th-century African Americans: The burial remains of a Philadelphia cemetery.

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