The Evolution of Human Behavior

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
CHAPTER I
SOME PROBLEMS OF HUMAN EVOLUTION
1. BAITSELL G. A. (Ed.). 1929. The Evolution of Earth and Man. New Haven, Yale Univ. Press, 476 pp.
2. CONKLIN E. G. 1915. Heredity and Environment in the Development of Men. 5th rev. ed. 1923. Princeton Univ. Press, 379 pp.
3. KELLOGG V. L. 1907. Darwinism To-day. New York, Holt, 403 pp.
4. NEWMAN H. H. 1921. Evolution, Genetics and Eugenics. 2d ed. 1925. Chicago, Chicago Univ. Press, 639 pp.
5. OSBORN H. F. 1917. The Origin and Evolution of Life. New York, Scribner, 322 pp.
6. OSBORN H. F. 1922. From the Greeks to Darwin. 2d ed. 1929. New York, Scribner, 398 pp.
7. WARDEN C. J., JENKINS T. N., and WARNER L. H. 1932. A Textbook of Comparative Psychology. New York, Ronald Press.
CHAPTER II
THE NATURAL KINSHIP OF MAN AND ANIMAL
8. GOODRICH E. S. 1930. Studies on the Structure and Development of Vertebrates. London, Macmillan, 837 pp.
9. GREGORY W. K. 1922. The Origin and Evolution of Human Dentition. Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins, 548 pp.
10. GREGORY W. K. 1929. Our Face from Fish to Man. New York, Putnam, 295 pp.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Chapter I- Some Problems of Human Evolution 1
  • Chapter II- The Natural Kinship of Man and Animal 32
  • Chapter III- When Anthropoid Became Human 67
  • Chapter IV- Traces of Early Man 100
  • Chapter V- The Coming of Modern Man 135
  • Chapter VI- Race and Civilisation 177
  • Chapter VII- Present Trends in Evolution 213
  • Bibliography 235
  • Index 241
  • Index 243
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