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Brookes, Stuart; (2023) Assembly practices in 10th-century England: continuities and innovations in military mobilisation. In: Tente, Catarina and Santos Salazar, Igor, (eds.) The 10th Century in Western Europe: Change and Continuity. (pp. 53-63). Archaeopress: Oxford, UK.

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Donaldson, M; (2023) Sykes–Picot. In: Reus-Smit, C and Keene, E and Spanu, M and Bukovansky, M, (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of History and International Relations. (660-C45P82). Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK.

Dustmann, C; Fasani, F; Meng, X; Minale, L; (2023) Risk Attitudes and Household Migration Decisions. The Journal of Human Resources , 58 (1) pp. 112-145. 10.3368/jhr.58.3.1019-10513R1.

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Krumhuber, EG; Hyniewska, S; Orlowska, A; (2023) Contextual effects on smile perception and recognition memory. Current Psychology , 42 pp. 6077-6085. 10.1007/s12144-021-01910-5. Green open access
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Luyten, Patrick; Fonagy, Peter; Campbell, Chloe; (2023) 9.11 Borderline personality disorder. In: Lynall, Mary-Ellen and Jones, Peter B and Stahl, Stephen M, (eds.) Cambridge Textbook of Neuroscience for Psychiatrists. (477 -483). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK.

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Magalhães, Álvaro Filipe Alves; (2023) Studies towards organocatalytic triose glycolysis and sulfide mediated peptide ligation at the origins of life. Doctoral thesis (Ph.D), UCL (University College London).

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Peacey, Jason; (2023) Printing and the universities. In: Smyth, Adam, (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of the History of the Book in Early Modern England. (pp. 269-284). Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK. Green open access
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Szendrői, Kriszta Eszter; (2023) (Quantifier) scope judgments. In: Sprouse, Jon, (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Experimental Syntax. Oxford University Press (In press). Green open access
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