• Bernard Marcus
Part of the SpringerBriefs in Evolutionary Biology book series (BRIEFSEVOLUTION)


Every teacher, from those dealing with young children in the early grades to college and university professors, sooner or later comes across a student who is so adamant about some misconception that even when confronted with irrefutable evidence, he or she clings to the fallacy to the point of being psychotic. My worst example was not the one I described in Chapter 9, the young woman who thought her Manx cat was half rabbit.


Tasmanian Devil Loose Skin Atlantic Sharpnose Shark Similar Selective Pressure Moth Wing 
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  • Bernard Marcus
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  1. 1.Genesee Community CollegeUSA

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