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Profile: Ulrich Mueller (University of Victoria)
  1. Ulrich Mueller & K. H. Grobman (2003). Artificial Life and Piaget. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 7 (4):149-151.
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  2. Ulrich Mueller (2000). Is Fluctuating Asymmetry a Signal or a Marker of Genetic Fitness? Behavioral and Brain Sciences 23 (4):617-618.
    Fluctuating asymmetry is more a signal of genetic fitness than a marker observable only to the researcher. Hence, it has to be demonstrated that low FA is an honest signal of genetic quality; this has not been demonstrated in Gangestad & Simpson's otherwise useful review.
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  3. Ulrich Mueller (1998). Aggressiveness and Dominance. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (3):381-382.
    Aggressiveness is a vital component of dominating behavior. We must distinguish adaptive from nonadaptive aggression and must control for skills, intelligence, appropriate context variables, and – most important – whether the aggression displayed was actually suitable for improving a subject's social status. If we do, we may find a consistent positive correlation between adaptive aggressiveness and testosterone.
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  4. Ulrich Mueller (1993). Actual and Potential Reproduction: There is No Substitute for Victory. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 16 (2):301.
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