I’m taking a shortcut in my talks at CFI LA: I’m going to flash a slide with a partial list of my sources for the ideas in the talk, and knowing that there is no way anyone will be able to scribble them all down even if intensely interested, I’m posting them here ahead of time. Your carpal tunnel will thank me.
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West-Eberhard MJ (2003) Developmental Plasticity and Evolution. Oxford University Press.
Go read them all now.