Human Biology and Behavior: An Anthropological Perspective

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Scott, Foresman, 1990 - Social Science - 678 pages
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This text emphasizes the two major themes of adaptation and evolution and their interrelationships with successful behavior, and offers authoritative coverage of molecular genetics, evolutionary theory, primate and human physical evolution and behavior, and modern human adaptation and variation.

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The Perspective of Physical Anthropology
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The Study of Heredity
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Evolution in Action 11
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