Physiological and Psychological Characteristics of Stone Age Man

Gajdusek, Carleton (1970) Physiological and Psychological Characteristics of Stone Age Man. Engineering and Science, 33 (6). pp. 26-56. ISSN 0013-7812

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Man in isolation is an imaginative cultural improvisor. His choice of independent routes of cultural evolution, more than his genetic variance, directs his behavior to diverse patterns

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Uncontrolled Keywords:Biology; Anthropology; Behavioral biology
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