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Books Books 1 - 10 of about 19 citing Human Biology and Behavior: An Anthropological Perspective. 

Anthropology and Race

Eugenia Shanklin - Social Science - 1994 - 136 pages
Traces the historical development of the definition of race, argues that race is not a valid scientific concept, and explores the role that anthropology has played in ...
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Sex Linkage of Intelligence: The X-factor

Robert Gordon Lehrke - Psychology - 1997 - 188 pages
The author presents a theory that major genes controlling the growth of human intelligence, both left- and right-brain attributes, are on the X-chromosome. The more significant ...
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The Dynamics of Hutterite Society: An Analytical Approach

Karl Andreas Peter - Social Science - 1987 - 232 pages
In this book, Karl A. Peter perceives the Hutterites as an ongoing sociocultural entity constantly adapting to environmental, political, and social circumstances rather than as ...
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The human potential for peace: an anthropological challenge to assumptions ...

Douglas P. Fry - History - 2006 - 366 pages
In The Human Potential for Peace: An Anthropological Challenge to Assumptions about War and Violence, renowned anthropologist Douglas P. Fry shows how anthropology--with its ...
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The Biological Bases of Human Behavior

Geoffrey Grant Pope - Psychology - 2000 - 331 pages
The Biological Basis of Human Behavior accomplishes what numerous introductory books have failed to do: present an evolutionary explanation of why it is we do what we do. This ...
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The Extraordinary Story of Human Origins

Piero Angela - Science - 1993 - 328 pages
Looks at the search for evidence concerning human evolution, describes what can be learned from fossils, and depicts the life of prehistoric people
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A Philosophy of Social Sciences: An Interdisciplinary Approach

Ronald W. Dundon, Jennifer L. Jainer - Social Science - 1999 - 218 pages
Section headings: Philosophy -- Wandering Sages; Anthropology; Social Philosophy; Education; History; Philosophy of Social Psychology; Philosophy of Religion; Philosophy of Law ...
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By the Grace of Guile: The Role of Deception in Natural History and Human ...

Loyal D. Rue - Religion - 1994 - 359 pages
Most of the book is a provocative examination of deception, illuminating its role in the shaping of history, evolution, personality, and society. Ranging from the Bible and ...
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