Human Biology and Racial Welfare

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HUMAN BIOLOGY AND RACIAL WELFARE

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WALTER B. CANNON WILLIAM HEALY RAYMOND PEARL
ALEXIS CARREAL ALES HRDLICKA EARLE B. PHELPS
EDMUND V. COWDRY ELLSWORTH HUNTINGTON SIR HUMPHRY ROLLESTON
EDWIN GRANT CONKLIN PAUL A. LEWIS HENRY NORRIS RUSSELL
CHARLES B DAVENPORT ARCHIBALD B. MACALLUM SIR CHAS. S. SHERRINGTON
JOHN DEWEY ELMER V. McCOLLUM WILLIAM M. WHEELER
HAVEN EMERSON ROBERT A. MILLIKAN CLARK WISSLER
JOHN F. FULTON GEORGE H. PARKER ROBERT M. YERKES
WILLIAM KING GREGORY HARRY A. OVERSTREET HANS ZINSSER

Edited by EDMUND V. COWDRY Professor of Cytology, Washington, University, St. Louis

WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY EDWIN R. EMBREE

SECOND PRINTING

PAUL B HOEBER INC NEW YORK MCMXXX

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Introduction vii
  • Contents xv
  • List of Contributors xvii
  • Part I. Perspective 1
  • Chapter I - Life in Space and Time 3
  • References 31
  • Part II. The Origin of Man 33
  • Chapter II - Evolution Traced Biochemically 35
  • References 51
  • Chapter III - The Animal Ancestry of Man 53
  • References 90
  • Chapter IV - The Evolution of the Brain 91
  • References 114
  • Chapter V - Mental Evolution in the Primates 115
  • References 138
  • Chapter VI - Societal Evolution 139
  • Chapter VII - Human Races 156
  • References 183
  • Part III. Man as a Physiological Unit 185
  • Chapter VIII - The Vital Units Called Cells 187
  • References 204
  • Chapter IX - The Relation of Cells to One Another 205
  • References 217
  • Chapter X The Integrative Action of the Vascular System 219
  • References 244
  • Chapter X - Nervous Integrations in Man 246
  • References 264
  • Chapter XII - The Integration of the Sexes--Marriage Clark Wissler 266
  • References 290
  • Part IV. Effects of Environment 293
  • Chapter XIII - The Effect of Climate and Weather 295
  • References 330
  • Chapter XIV - The Reaction to Food 331
  • References 347
  • Chapter XV The Influence of Urban and Rural Environment 348
  • References 378
  • Chapter XVI - Antisocial Behavior: Delinquency and Crime 379
  • References 404
  • Chapter XVII - Adjustment to Infectious Disease Hans Zinsser 406
  • References 427
  • Chapter XVIII - What Medicine Has Done and is Doing For the Race 428
  • References 457
  • Chapter XIX - The Relation of Science to Industry 458
  • Chapter XX - The Influence of Education 468
  • References 488
  • Part V. The Future 489
  • Chapter XXI - The Inheritance of Disease 490
  • References 514
  • Chapter XII - Some Aspects of the Biology of Human Populations 515
  • References 552
  • Chapter XXIII - The Mingling of Races 553
  • References 565
  • Chapter XXIV - The Purposive Improvement of the Human Race 565
  • References 587
  • Chapter XXV - The Intentional Shaping of Human 589
  • References 604
  • Index 605
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