Monthly Archives: December 2012

Ten Essential Qualities of Science Bloggers

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So You Wanna Be a Paleoecologist? Part 1

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Neuroanthropology – 2012 in Review

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Book Review: All Yesterdays

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The Curious Genetics of Werewolves

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Trauma – The Importance of the Post-Trauma Environment

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The Antidepressant Wars, a Sequel: How the Media Distort Findings and Do Harm to Patients

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Should Santa Claus go on a diet?

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The Field Museum faces a real threat

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The geekiest practical joke ever?

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