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  1. Book Review

    The chasmed gene

    Mukherjee, S. The Gene: An intimate history.Scribner, NY.594 pages; ISBN: 978-1-4767-330-0; Price: $20.00.

    Diddahally R. Govindaraju

    Evolution: Education and Outreach 2016 9:12

    Published on: 6 December 2016

  2. Review

    Mammalian organogenesis in deep time: tools for teaching and outreach

    Mammals constitute a rich subject of study on evolution and development and provide model organisms for experimental investigations. They can serve to illustrate how ontogeny and phylogeny can be studied toget...

    Marcelo R. Sánchez-Villagra and Ingmar Werneburg

    Evolution: Education and Outreach 2016 9:11

    Published on: 1 December 2016

  3. Research article

    Exploring the influence of plant and animal item contexts on student response patterns to natural selection multiple choice items

    Research has shown that students have a variety of ideas about natural selection that may be context dependent. Prior analyses of student responses to open-ended evolution items have demonstrated that students...

    Sara Catherine Heredia, Erin Marie Furtak and Deb Morrison

    Evolution: Education and Outreach 2016 9:10

    Published on: 1 December 2016

  4. Research article

    Observing populations and testing predictions about genetic drift in a computer simulation improves college students’ conceptual understanding

    Evolution is a difficult subject for students, with well-documented confusion about natural selection, tree thinking, and genetic drift among other topics. Here we investigate the effect of a simulation-based ...

    Rebecca M. Price, Denise S. Pope, Joel K. Abraham, Susan Maruca and Eli Meir

    Evolution: Education and Outreach 2016 9:8

    Published on: 22 July 2016

  5. Book review

    A naturalists guide to mobile genetic elements

    Mobile DNA III, edited by Nancy L. Craig, Michael Chandler, Martin Gellert, Alan M. Lambowitz, Phoebe A. Rice, and Suzanne B. Sandmeyer. Washington: American Soci...

    Tyler A. Elliott and J. Arvid Ågren

    Evolution: Education and Outreach 2016 9:6

    Published on: 27 May 2016

  6. Book Review

    Questions about NeoDarwinism: a review of two books

    Mind and Cosmos: Why the Materialist NeoDarwinian Conception of Nature is Almost Certainly False, by Thomas Nagel. New York: Oxford University Press, 2012. Pp. x + 130. ISBN 978-0-19-9919...

    Egbert Giles Leigh

    Evolution: Education and Outreach 2016 9:2

    Published on: 17 February 2016

  7. Book review

    A deeper confusion

    The Deeper Genome: Why there is more to the human genome than meets the eye, edited by John Parrington, (Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press), 2015. pp. xx + 272. ISBN:978-0-1...

    Georgi K. Marinov

    Evolution: Education and Outreach 2015 8:22

    Published on: 20 December 2015

  8. Book Review

    Telescopes on the past: robots as models of extinct animals

    Darwin’s Devices. What Evolving Robots Can Teach us About the History of Life and the Future of Technology, by John Long. New York: Basic Books, 2012. pp. 273. H/b $ 26.99 US, $30.00 CAN.

    Edoardo Datteri

    Evolution: Education and Outreach 2015 8:21

    Published on: 14 October 2015

  9. Book review

    Darkness and the dawn?

    Evolution Challenges: Integrating Research and Practice in Teaching and Learning about Evolution, edited by Karl S. Rosengren, Sarah Brem, E. Margaret Evans, and Gale Sinatra, (New York, ...

    Joseph L. Graves

    Evolution: Education and Outreach 2015 8:20

    Published on: 12 October 2015

  10. Curriculum and education

    Jurassic Pork: What Could a Jewish Time Traveler Eat?

    Paleontologists use multiple methods to reconstruct the anatomy and behavior of extinct animals, including direct observations from well-preserved fossils and inferences from the phylogeny of modern and extinc...

    Roy E. Plotnick, Jessica M. Theodor and Thomas R. Holtz

    Evolution: Education and Outreach 2015 8:17

    Published on: 24 September 2015

  11. Research article

    Brazilian Undergraduate Students’ Conceptions on the Origins of Human Social Behavior: Implications for Teaching Evolution

    Students’ conceptions on the origins of human social behavior are poorly understood. The aim of this research was to quantitatively evaluate the conceptions on the origins of certain types of human behavior e...

    Filipe Cavalcanti da Silva Porto, Paulo Cesar Paiva, Ricardo F Waizbort and Maurício Roberto Motta Pinto da Luz

    Evolution: Education and Outreach 2015 8:16

    Published on: 14 August 2015

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