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December 2010 (Volume 88)
Nicholas B. King
Stephen C. Meersman
Marsha E. Reichman
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We are grateful to Yukiko Asada for her commentary (Asada 2010), as it gives us an opportunity to reiterate and clarify several points from our original article. Although we appreciate her comments, we believe that they are based on a fundamental misreading of our article.
Author(s): Nicholas B. King; Sam Harper; Stephen C. Meersman; Marsha E. Reichman; Nancy Breen; John Lynch
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Volume 88, Issue 4 (pages 623–627) DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-0009.2010.00617.x Published in 2010
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