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Eliminative Behavior, Animal

Known as: Behavior, Animal Eliminative, Animal Eliminative Behavior, Behaviors, Animal Eliminative 
Behavior associated with the elimination of feces and urine from the body.
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2015
2015
Kyle Stanford claims we have historical evidence that there likely are plausible unconceived alternatives in fundamental domains… 
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2006
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2006
This paper considers whether, and how, the mind can be incorporated into structural realism. Section 1 begins with some… 
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2001
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2001
  • K. Kendler
  • The American journal of psychiatry
  • 2001
  • Corpus ID: 633077
Of all the human professions, psychiatry is most centrally concerned with the relationship of mind and brain. In many clinical… 
Review
2001
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2001
  • Z. Pylyshyn
  • Trends in Cognitive Sciences
  • 2001
  • Corpus ID: 30248223
The Algebraic Mind: Integrating Connectionism and Cognitive Scienceby Gary F. Marcus, MIT Press, 2001. $27.95/£19.95 (xii + 224… 
2001
2001
In this paper I shall reply to two arguments that Stephen Stich (1990; 1991; 1996) has recently put forward against the thesis of… 
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2000
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2000
A foundational principle of modern cognitive science is the Physical Symbol System hypothesis, which states simply that human… 
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2000
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2000
  • D. Brendel
  • Harvard review of psychiatry
  • 2000
  • Corpus ID: 30372603
&NA; Conceptual dichotomies between mind and brain, psychology and neuroscience, meaning and causation, and fact and value… 
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1999
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1999
Over the past three decades, philosophy of science has grown increasingly "local." Concerns have switched from general features… 
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1998
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1998
  • G. Marcus
  • Cognitive Psychology
  • 1998
  • Corpus ID: 9484437
Humans routinely generalize universal relationships to unfamiliar instances. If we are told "if glork then frum," and "glork," we… 
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