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(a) their supervisors when they conduct annual evaluations.
(b) journal editors before an article is published.
(c) colleagues when they replicate a research study.
(d) government organized institutional review boards.
(a) unusually large hands.
(b) experiences rock climbing.
(c) mother developing osteoarthritis.
(d) research advisor.
(a) The first birth of a baboon in a zoo.
(b) Better observation methods of baboons in the wild.
(c) New technology that allowed scientists to view the apes without being seen by them.
(d) The contributions and diverse views of female anthropologists.
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