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- Albert Barque-Duran, Emmanuel M. Pothos, James M. Yearsley & James A. Hampton (forthcoming). Patterns and Evolution of Moral Behaviour: Moral Dynamics in Everyday Life. Thinking and Reasoning:1-26.
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