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Most downloaded preprints (September 2021 - February 2022)
1. Four Examples of Pseudoscience - Villavicencio, Marcos (2020)
2. Did time have a beginning? - Zinkernagel, Henrik (2008)
3. Are biological traits explained by their 'selected effect' functions? - Christie, Joshua R. and Brusse, Carl and Bourrat, Pierrick and Takacs, Peter and Griffiths, Paul E. (2021)
4. An Embodied Predictive Processing Theory of Pain - Kiverstein, Julian and Kirchhoff, Michael and Thacker, Michael (2021)
5. What are biological sexes? - Griffiths, Paul E. (2021)