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  • Affordable housing need in Scotland 

    Powell, Ryan; Dunning, Richard; Ferrari, Ed; McKee, Kim (Shelter Scotland, 2015-06) - Report
  • African elephants (Loxodonta africana) recognize visual attention from face and body orientation 

    Smet, Ann Farai; Byrne, Richard William (2014-07-10) - Journal article
    How do animals determine when others are able and disposed to receive their communicative signals? In particular, it is futile to make a silent gesture when the intended audience cannot see it. Some non-human primates use ...
  • African elephants can use human pointing cues to find hidden food 

    Smet, Ann Farai; Byrne, Richard William (2013-10-21) - Journal article
    How animals gain information from attending to the behavior of others has been widely studied, driven partly by the importance of referential pointing in human cognitive development [1, 2, 3 and 4], but species differences ...
  • African perceptions of female attractiveness 

    Coetzee, Vinet; Faerber, Stella J; Greeff, Jaco M; Lefevre, Carmen Emilia; Re, Daniel; Perrett, David Ian (2012-10-29) - Journal article
    Little is known about mate choice preferences outside Western, educated, industrialised, rich and democratic societies, even though these Western populations may be particularly unrepresentative of human populations. To ...
  • After the daggers : politics and persuasion after the assassination of Caesar 

    Mahy, Trevor Bryan (2010-06-22) - Thesis
    In this thesis, I examine the nature and role of persuasion in Roman politics in the period immediately following the assassination of Caesar on the Ides of March 44 B.C. until the capture of the city of Rome by his heir ...
  • “After Vatican II: trajectories and hermeneutics” edited by James L. Heft SJ with John O’Malley 

    Hawkesley, Theodora (St Mary's College, University of St Andrews, 2013-06-01) - Book review
    Review of James L. Heft SJ with John O’Malley, eds., After Vatican II: Trajectories and Hermeneutics (Grand Rapids, Mich.: Wm. B. Eerdmans, 2012)
  • Afterword: an end to imagining? 

    Wardle, Huon (Ashgate, 2015-04) - Book item
  • Against the complex vs. simple distinction 

    Hummel, Patrik Alexander (2016-06-07) - Journal article
    This paper examines three proposals on the difference between complex and simple views about personal identity: Parfit’s original introduction of the distinction, Gasser and Stefan’s definition and Noonan’s recent proposal. ...
  • Against the tide : resistances to Annales in England, France, Germany, Italy and the United States, 1900-1970 

    Tendler, Joseph (University of St Andrews, 2011-11-30) - Thesis
    Against the Tide investigates systematically for the first time how resistances to methodologies advanced by historians associated with the Annales School, one of the most influential twentieth-century schools of historical ...
  • Against type E 

    McKeever, Matthew (University of St Andrews, 2016-12-01) - Thesis
    It’s generally assumed that a compositional semantic theory will have to recognise a semantic category of expressions which serve simply to pick out some one object: e-type expressions. Kripke’s views about names (Kripke, ...
  • Age, life-satisfaction and relative income : insights from the UK and Germany 

    FitzRoy, Felix R; Nolan, Michael; Steinhardt, Max F. (University of St Andrews, 2011-10) - Working or discussion paper
    We first confirm previous results with the German Socio-Economic Panel by Layard et al. (2010), and obtain strong negative effects of comparison income. However, when we split the sample by age, we find quite different ...
  • Age-dependent cognitive inflexibility in great apes 

    Marin Manrique, Hector; Call, Josep (2015-04) - Journal article
    The ability to suppress and/or change behaviour on the basis of negative feedback, often conceptualized as cognitive flexibility, has rarely been investigated in nonhuman great apes across a broad age range. In this study, ...
  • Age-dependent social learning in a lizard 

    Noble, Danial W A; Byrne, Richard William; Whiting, Martin J (2014-07-09) - Journal article
    Evidence of social learning, whereby the actions of an animal facilitate the acquisition of new information by another, is taxonomically biased towards mammals, especially primates, and birds. However, social learning need ...
  • Ageing and mobility in Britain : past trends, present patterns and future implications 

    Tilley, Sara (University of St Andrews, 2013) - Thesis
    Over the next decade the ‘Baby Boomer’ cohort will increasingly contribute to the proportion of those aged 60 and over in Britain. The issue of how the mobility of older people has changed for different cohort groups has ...
  • Agenda 2003 : where next for sustainable development? 

    Sustainable Development Commission (Sustainable Development Commission, 2003-02-19) - Report
    Tony Blair’s conclusion that sustainability stands as the singular goal, for leaders and decision makers at all levels, was a turning point for advocates of a more sustainable future. Sustainable development entered the ...
  • The agential fork : the hidden consequences of agency for plenitude in David Lewis' thesis of genuine modal realism 

    Cole, Marc William (University of St Andrews, 2015-06-25) - Thesis
    In this dissertation, I argue that David Lewis' abductive argument for Genuine Modal Realism (GMR) has the unwelcome, and hidden, implication of being unable to accommodate agent causation theories of free will. This is ...
  • Aid and growth in Malawi 

    Khomba, Daniel Chris; Trew, Alex (University of St Andrews, 2016-11-04) - Working or discussion paper
    We study the impact on the growth of foreign aid flows to districts in Malawi over the period 2000–13. To isolate a causal impact on growth, we employ two exogenous determinants of within-country aid disbursement: First, ...
  • Air transport & sustainable development : a submission from the SDC 

    Sustainable Development Commission (Sustainable Development Commission, 2002-12-01) - Report
    Report on the implications of sustainable development for the future development of air transport in the UK.
  • Al Qaeda's ideology through political myth and rhetoric 

    Ashraf, M. A. (University of St Andrews, 2012-06-19) - Thesis
    This Thesis develops and applies a theoretical framework to understand Al Qaeda’s ideology. A concept of ideology comprising a number of political myths, shaped through rhetoric is the central feature of this research. The ...