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Sex and aggression in the lab

Augustine Brannigan

Sex and aggression in the lab

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by Augustine Brannigan

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Taken from Canadian journal of law and society, vol.2, 1987, pp. 177-85.

SeriesCanadian journal of law andsociety -- v.2
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Open LibraryOL21652386M


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