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How We Develop — Developmental Systems and the Emergence of Complex Behaviors

Introduction to the collection ‘How We Develop—Developmental Systems and the Emergence of Complex Behaviors’
Editorial Commentary
David Shenk,John P. Spencer,Mark S. Blumberg

Development evolving: the origins and meanings of instinct
Mark S. Blumberg

Developmental evolution
Robert Lickliter

Robustness and plasticity in development
Patrick Bateson

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How We Develop — Developmental Systems and the Emergence of Complex Behaviors
Guest Editors: Mark S. Blumberg, John P. Spencer, David Shenk