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Culture and Cognition

Implications for Theory and Method
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Cognition & cognitive psychology, Social & cultural anthropology, Psychology, Anthropology - Cultural, Cognitive Psychology, Social Psychology, Psychology & Psychiatry / Cognitive Psychology, Cognition and cu
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The Cognition and Culture Book Series provides a forum for the field of cognitive accounts of cultural phenomena and investigations that reveal cognitive regularities.

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