The Psychological Record

, Volume 42, Issue 4, pp 591–594 | Cite as

Book reviews

  • David Chiszar


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  1. Griffith, B., Scott, J. M., Carpenter, J. W., & Reed, C. (1989). Translocation as a species conservation tool: Status and strategy. Science, 245, 477–480.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  2. Griffith, B., Scott, J. M., Carpenter, J. W., & Reed, C. (1990). Translocations of captive-reared terrestrial vertebrates, 1973–1986. Endangered Species Update, 8, 10–14.Google Scholar
  3. Lorenz, K. (1962). Kant’s doctrine of the a priori in the light of contemporary biology. General Systems (Vol. VII). Ann Arbor, MI: Society for General Systems Research.Google Scholar
  4. Murphy, J. B., & Chiszar, D. (1989). Herpetological master planning for the 1990s. International Zoo Yearbook, 28, 1–7.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  5. Toulmin, S. (1982). The return to cosmology: Postmodern science and the theology of nature. Berkeley: University of California Press.Google Scholar
  6. GREENBERG, G., & TOBACH, E. (Eds.). Theories of the Evolution of Knowing: The T. C. Schneirla Conference Series (Volume 4). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc, Publishers, 1991. 162 pages. $34.50 (ISBN 0-8058-0755-1)Google Scholar
  7. DECKER, H. S. Freud, Dora, and Vienna 1900. New York: The Free Press (Macmillan), 1991. Pp. xii + 299.Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • David Chiszar
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  1. 1.University of ColoradoUSA

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