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The Affiliative Imprinting Phenomenon in the Modern Study of Animal Cognition

, D. A., Howe, C. Q., & Purves, D. (2003). The statistical structure of human speech sounds predicts musical universals. Journal of Neuroscience, 23 (18), 7160–7168. Spalding, D. A. (1873). Instinct, with original observations on young animals. Macmilan’s Magazine, 27 , 282–293. Spelke, E. S., & Kinzler, K. D. (2007). Core knowledge. Developmental Science, 10 , 89–96. Spelke, E., Lee, S. A., & Izard, V. (2010). Beyond core knowledge: Natural geometry. Cognitive Science, 34 (5), 863–884. Stahl, A. E., & Feigenson, L. (2015). Observing the

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How the Non-Religious View the Personality of God in Relation to Themselves

in the God concept: Core knowledge intuitions of God as a person are not revised by Christian theology despite lifelong experience, Psychonomic Bulletin and Review 25 (6), 2018, pp. 2330–2338. 5. Barrett, J. L. Why would anyone believe in God? In Cognitive Science of Religion , Walnut Creek, CA: AltaMira Press. 2004. 6. Barrett, J. L., Keil, F. C. Conceptualizing a nonnatural entity: anthropomorphism in God concepts, Cognitive Psychology 31 (3), 1996, pp. 219–247. 7. Bassett, J. F., Williams, J. E. Protestants’ Images of Self, God, and

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