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2011

Badcock, Christopher (2011) The imprinted brain: how genes set the balance between autism and psychosis Epigenomics, 3 (3). 345-359. ISSN 1750-1911

2009

Badcock, Christopher (2009) The imprinted brain: how genes set the balance between autism and psychosis Jessica Kingsley Publishers, London, UK. ISBN 9781849050234

2008

Badcock, Christopher and Crespi, Bernard (2008) Battle of the sexes may set the brain Nature, 454. 1054-1055. ISSN 0028-0836

Badcock, Christopher (2008) Selfish genes and sanity The Great Debate Website (1 January 2008) other

Badcock, Christopher (2008) An evolutionary theory of mind and of mental illness: genetic conflict and the mentalistic continuum In: Krebs, D. and Crawford, C.B., (eds.) Foundations of Evolutionary Psychology . Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Inc., London, UK, 433-452. ISBN 9780805859577

Badcock, Christopher (2008) Nature or nurture?: genes or society?:autism or psychosis?: a new theory resolves some long-standing contradictions in explaining mental illness Sociology Research News: Newsletter of the London School of Economics and Political Sciences, Sociology Department, 5 (3). 2-4.

Crespi, Bernard and Badcock, Christopher (2008) Psychosis and autism as diametrical disorders of the social brain Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 31 (3). 241-260. ISSN 0140-525X

2006

Badcock, Christopher (2006) Sociobiology In: Bryant, Clifton and Peck, Dennis, (eds.) 21st Century Sociology : a Reference Handbook. Sage Publications, London, UK, 295-305. ISBN 9781412916080

Badcock, Christopher (2006) Evolutionary origins of autism and psychosis? Sociology Research News: Newsletter of the London School of Economics and Political Sciences, Sociology Department, 4 (2). 10-11.

Badcock, Christopher and Crespi, Bernard (2006) Imbalanced genomic imprinting in brain development: an evolutionary basis for the etiology of autism Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 19 (4). 1007-1032. ISSN 1420-9101

2004

Badcock, Christopher (2004) Emotion versus reason as a genetic conflict In: Evans, D. and Cruse, P., (eds.) Emotion, Evolution, and Rationality. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, 207-222.

Badcock, Christopher (2004) Mentalism and mechanism: the twin modes of human cognition In: Crawford, Charles B and Salmon, Catherine A, (eds.) Evolutionary Psychology, Public Policy and Personal Decisions. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Mahwah, N.J., 99-116. ISBN 9780805843774

Badcock, Christopher (2004) The morality of markets: taxation as a prisoner's dilemma In: O'Keeffe, Dennis, (ed.) Economy and Virtue: Essays on the Theme of Markets and Morality. Readings (59). Institute of Economic Affairs, London, 52-67. ISBN 0255365047

2003

Badcock, Christopher (2003) Eugenics In: Christensen, Karen and Levinson, David, (eds.) Encyclopedia of Community: From the Village to the Virtual World. Berkshire Publishing Group, Great Barrington, MA, USA, 469-470. ISBN 9780761925989

2002

Badcock, Christopher (2002) Sociobiology & psychoanalysis In: Erwin, Edward, (ed.) The Freud Encyclopedia: Theory, Therapy and Culture. Routledge, London, UK, 321. ISBN 9780415936774

Badcock, Christopher (2002) Incest In: Erwin, Edward, (ed.) The Freud Encyclopedia: Theory, Therapy and Culture. Routledge, London, UK, 273-274. ISBN 9780415936774

Badcock, Christopher (2002) The libido theory In: Erwin, Edward, (ed.) The Freud Encyclopedia: Theory, Therapy and Culture. Routledge, London, UK, 274-275. ISBN 9780415936774

2001

Badcock, Christopher (2001) Genetic conflict and Freudian psychology Psychology Review, 7 (3). 16-19. ISSN 1750-3469

2000

Badcock, Christopher (2000) Evolutionary psychology: a critical introduction Polity Press, Oxford. ISBN 9780745622064

1999

Badcock, Christopher (1999) Psychodarwinismus: Die Synthese von Darwin und Freud Carl Hanser, Munich, Germany. ISBN 3446175008


 

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