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The people of Sonora and Yankee capitalists
Symbols of change, urban transition in a Zambian community
Harmony ideology :justice and control in a Zapotec mountain village
Behaviorism, neobehaviorism, and cognitivism in learning theory :historical and contemporary perspectives
Coevolution :genes, culture, and human diversity
Social experimentation :a method for planning and evaluating social intervention
Railroaded : the transcontinentals and the making of modern America
The great Eskimo vocabulary hoax, and other irreverent essays on the study of language
Insight and social betterment :a preface to applied social science
From generation to generation; age groups and social structure
Sociological ambivalence and other essays
The Adapted mind :evolutionary psychology and the generation of culture

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Tyler Books

The Tyler Collection consists of works donated or reported to CASBS by individual fellows or their publishers, and therefore it is not a definitive representation of all books and journal articles worked on during CASBS fellowships. If you have a book or journal article that meets the inclusion criteria that is not shown here, please feel free to send a copy or citation to us. For more information, please contact the CASBS Information Manager at casbs-library@stanford.edu.

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Tyler Journal Articles

The Ralph W. Tyler Journal Article Collection is a record of over 3,000 citations for journal articles by former fellows that were conceived, developed, or completed during their fellowship year. The collection of citations is an ongoing process and is the result of former fellows notifying us of their publication either in their year-end reports or other communications to CASBS staff. If you have a work that you feel should be cited here, please feel free to send us a citation. For more information, please contact the CASBS Information Manager at casbs-library@stanford.edu.
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