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Further Resources

This page contains additional resources for teachers and senior students to further understand social interaction and complexity.

Further Resources for Teachers and Senior Students

Dalton, R. (2010, April 20). Neanderthals may have interbred with humans. Nature News. Retrieved from


Ho, S. (2008). The molecular clock and estimating species divergence. Nature Education 1(1):168. Retrieved from


Le Page, M. (2008, April 16). New Scientist's evolution: 24 myths and misconceptions. New Scientist. Retrieved from


Sabeti, P. (2008). Natural selection: Uncovering mechanisms of evolutionary adaptation to infectious disease. Nature Education 1(1):13. Retrieved from


Schaffner, S. & Sabeti, P. (2008). Evolutionary adaptation in the human lineage. Nature Education 1(1):14. Retrieved from


The Evolution and Medicine Review

An online open access journal on Evolutionary Medicine edited by international leaders in this field.


The Evolutionary Genetics Topic Room at Nature Scitable

An excellent resource on evolutionary genetics for high school and undergraduate students.


Wong, K. (2010, May 6). Neandertal genome study reveals that we have a little caveman in us. Retrieved from


Van Wyhe, J. (Ed.) (2002). The Complete Work of Charles Darwin Online. Retrieved from