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Ronald Giphart and Mark van Vugt, Mismatch: How Our Stone Age Brain Deceives Us Every Day and What We Can Do about It (London: Robinson, 2018), 346 pages. ISBN: 9781472139702. Paperback $12.18.

  • Gregg R. Murray (a1)

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Correspondence: Gregg R. Murray, Augusta University, Department of Social Sciences, Augusta, Georgia, 30912-0004. Email: gmurray@augusta.edu

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Ronald Giphart and Mark van Vugt, Mismatch: How Our Stone Age Brain Deceives Us Every Day and What We Can Do about It (London: Robinson, 2018), 346 pages. ISBN: 9781472139702. Paperback $12.18.

  • Gregg R. Murray (a1)

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