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Machiavellian Intelligence

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Machiavellian Intelligence. / Byrne, Richard William; Whiten, Andrew.

Machiavellian Intelligence II: Extensions and Evaluations. ed. / A Whiten; R W Byrne. Cambridge University Press, 1997. p. 1-23.

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Harvard

Byrne, RW & Whiten, A 1997, Machiavellian Intelligence. in A Whiten & RW Byrne (eds), Machiavellian Intelligence II: Extensions and Evaluations. Cambridge University Press, pp. 1-23.

APA

Byrne, R. W., & Whiten, A. (1997). Machiavellian Intelligence. In A. Whiten, & R. W. Byrne (Eds.), Machiavellian Intelligence II: Extensions and Evaluations (pp. 1-23). Cambridge University Press.

Vancouver

Byrne RW, Whiten A. Machiavellian Intelligence. In Whiten A, Byrne RW, editors, Machiavellian Intelligence II: Extensions and Evaluations. Cambridge University Press. 1997. p. 1-23

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Byrne, Richard William ; Whiten, Andrew. / Machiavellian Intelligence. Machiavellian Intelligence II: Extensions and Evaluations. editor / A Whiten ; R W Byrne. Cambridge University Press, 1997. pp. 1-23

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