Class Notes 3_27 - a Interaction is key 4 Reductionism a...

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Thursday 3/27/08 Geer’s critique of Charney 1. Charney is overly assumptive about others’ work a. Macy’s gene b. Exaggeration c. Hibbing was rather conservative 2. Twin Studies a. Very critical b. Not everything is based on twin studies c. It’s a crude first cut 3. Nature v Nurture
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Unformatted text preview: a. Interaction is key 4. Reductionism a. Bader is self-professed reductionist b. Doing small pieces and letting it build c. Charney is bothered by general statements i. He is who he is because of his genes 5. To do nothing is counter-productive...
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