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Guest editorial

Developing students as researchers – it’s all a muddle, Pauline Kneale, p. 1-2.

Project Articles

The effect of forest edges on the community structure of tropical fruit-feeding butterflies, Claire Armstrong, p. 3-17.

The effect of different dosages of caffeine on time to exhaustion in prolonged exercise in trained athletes (a meta analysis), Kristina Marshall, p. 18-39.

Nine Years On: Revisiting the Pond Communities of the Lizard Peninsula, UK, Billie Rowan, p. 40-59.

The therapeutic effects of working with Dartmoor Ponies: a pathfinding project, Dawn Chaplin, p. 60-91.

The effect of physiological arousal on item and associative memory consolidation, Lucinda Stirton, p. 92-112.

Case JP: Twenty experiments on a person with Congenital Prosopagnosia and inability to experience visual imagery from birth, Leanne Walker, p. 113-141.

Does affective commitment decrease the level of stress reported in teachers? A comparison of primary and secondary school teachers, Rhiannon Williams, p. 142-163.

Moderating the influence of a prime: can self-focused attention inhibit response preparation behaviour in an interpersonal context? Alexandra Wyatt-Barton, p. 164-180.

An investigation of the risks for human health from bio-available and bio-accessible arsenic in the Tamar catchment using human hair bio-markers and geochemical data, Richard Cattan, p. 181-232.

Holocene sea-level changes in the Bristol Channel - Evidence from Porlock, Somerset, UK, Thomas Lawrence, p. 233-280.

Literature Reviews

Mate choice in fish: a review, Hannah Gardner, p. 281-288.

Beneficial roles of microorganisms in the coral reef ecosystem, Katie Laming, p. 289-299.

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