Evolution and Human Behavior: An Introduction to Darwinian Anthropology

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INDEX
Abstraction, 207
Accidents. See Chance events (accidents)
Adams, Robert, 261-62
Adaptation, xii, 4-6 ff., 15 ff.; behavioral, 163, 171, 190 ff., 200 ff.; biological, xii, 4-6 ff., 15 ff., 24 ff., 69, 115, 134-36; cultural, 227-64, 270 ff., 285‐ 326; evolutionary systems and, 147-60; learning as (see Learning); meanings of, 147-50
Adaptive polymorphism, 134-36
Additive effect, genetic, 60-61
Adenine, 88-92
Afferent responses, 202-3, 223 Africa ( Murdock), 278
Aggression, 219-22
Agriculture, 157-58, 238-39, 244, 251, 260, 288, 297-99, 300, 303-5, 306, 310-14
Albinism, 60
Alleles, 50-51 ff., 56, 58, 64, 67, 68, 122-28, 129-31 ff.
Amino adds, 90 ff., 95, 96-97 ff., 100; essential, table of, 96-97
Anagenesis, 26 ff., 40-41, 255-56
Aaaphases, 64-65, 76
Ancient Society ( Morgan), 246
Anemia, 97-100, 131-33
Aneuploidy, 73
Antmal Species and Evolution,25
Anthropology, xi, 241-64 passim, 267-82, 285 ff., 319. See also Cultural evolutionary theories
Anthropology ( Tyler), 241
Antlevolutionism, 248 ff.
Archaeology, 250, 260, 286, 287‐ 89, 326
Ardrey, Robert, 219
Art, 173, 309-10
Artificial selection. See Selective breeding
Asexual reproduction. See Mitosis
Ashby, W. R., 160, 272
Australopithecinae, 212-16, 218, 219, 220; gracilis, 213, 214, 218, 220; robustus, 213, 220
Autogamy, 77-79
Back cross, 60
Bacteria, 16, 18-19, 22-24, 101-2, 158. See also Disease(s)
Barnett, Homer, 275
Barth, Fredrik, 258-59, 261
Bees, 194
Behavioral evolution, 189-223, 227-64, 267-82, 285-326. See also Cultural evolutionary theories
Behavioral genetics, 163-85, 190 ff., 222-23. See also Instinct
Biological evolutionary theory. See Darwinian evolutionary theory
Biology, culture and, 236-37, 253, 255-56, 258, 267 ff., 285 ff., 317
Biosystems, 150-60, 200-2, 258-59, 271
Birds, 134-33, 180, 184, 195, 198‐ 99, 200, 204
Bitterman, M. E., 199-200
Blacks, I.Q. differences between whites and, 173-75
Blood groups, 109, 124
Boas, Franz, 249-50
Bogardus, E. S., 288
Born Free, 183
Boserup, Ester, 310
Brace, G. L., 213, 217
Brain, 27, 182, 210, 211, 212, 214, 216, 219, 286
Breland, Keller and Marian, 183‐ 84
Bruell, John H., 171
Bruner, Edward, 308
Camels, 30
Cancer, 109, 144, 166-67
Cannibalism, 291-92
Carneiro, Robert, 264, 287-89
Carrying capacity, 320, 321

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  • Evolution and Human Behavior - An Introduction to Darwinian Anthropology *
  • Contents *
  • Preface to the Second Edition *
  • Preface *
  • I- Darwinian Evolution and Genetics *
  • II- Mendelian Genetics *
  • III- Chemical Genetics *
  • IV- Population Genetics and Evolution *
  • V- Evolutionary Systems *
  • VI- Behavioral Genetics *
  • VII- Behavioral Evolution *
  • VIII- Culture and Human Behavior *
  • IX- Culture and Evolution *
  • X- The Adaptive Model *
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