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This is not a comprehensive account of every scientific paper that contributed to the facts and ideas contained within Sort Your Brain Out. Far from it. Instead it comprises a selection of key papers - tips of icebergs that represent a wealth of mostly recently accumulated scientific evidence speaking to the topics outlined in the book. Wherever access to a specific research paper has been made available for free a clickable link has been provided; should you be curious to explore in greater depth.

 

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