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The emergence of meta-representation in human ontogeny and primate phylogeny

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The emergence of meta-representation in human ontogeny and primate phylogeny. / Whiten, Andrew; Byrne, Richard William.

Natural Theories of Mind. ed. / Andrew Whiten. Blackwells, 1991.

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Whiten, A & Byrne, RW 1991, The emergence of meta-representation in human ontogeny and primate phylogeny. in A Whiten (ed.), Natural Theories of Mind. Blackwells.

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Whiten, A., & Byrne, R. W. (1991). The emergence of meta-representation in human ontogeny and primate phylogeny. In A. Whiten (Ed.), Natural Theories of Mind Blackwells.

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Whiten A, Byrne RW. The emergence of meta-representation in human ontogeny and primate phylogeny. In Whiten A, editor, Natural Theories of Mind. Blackwells. 1991

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Whiten, Andrew ; Byrne, Richard William. / The emergence of meta-representation in human ontogeny and primate phylogeny. Natural Theories of Mind. editor / Andrew Whiten. Blackwells, 1991.

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