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For many parasites with complex life cycles, manipulation of host behaviour is an adaptation to increase the probability of successful transmission. Since manipulation is likely to be costly, other parasites may exploit hosts already manipulated so as to ensure their transmission without investing in manipulation. Such a cheating strategy, called(More)
In this chapter, we consider the implications of the neuroconstructivist principles for the study of development disorders. The first and last of these groups distinguish the locus of initial causality in terms of a nature/nurture distinction. The middle two groups tell us about the level of our current understanding of such disorders. For example,(More)
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