How Humans Evolved
Format
Mixed media product
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
512
Utgivningsdatum
2020-12-01
Upplaga
Ninth Edition
Förlag
WW Norton & Co
Komponenter
Contains 1 Paperback / softback and 1 Other digita
ISBN
9780393533156
How Humans Evolved

How Humans Evolved

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How Humans Evolved has long been the #1 text for helping students understand the most exciting research in biological anthropology. In the Ninth Edition, new contributing author Kevin Langergraber makes the discipline's newest frontier-ancient and contemporary DNA research-accessible and relevant to students. Further new coverage of important recent fossil discoveries, modern human behaviour and race ensure the text continues inspiring students to think critically about the key developments driving the field today.
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Robert Boyd has written widely on evolutionary theory, focusing especially on the evolution of cooperation and the role of culture in human evolution. His book Culture and the Evolutionary Process received the J. I. Staley Prize, and he has also published numerous articles in scientific journals and edited volumes. Boyd is currently the Origins Professor in the School of Evolution and Social Change at Arizona State University. Joan B. Silk has conducted extensive research on the social lives of monkeys and apes, including extended fieldwork on chimpanzees at Gombe Stream Reserve in Tanzania and on baboons in Kenya and Botswana. She is also interested in the application of evolutionary thinking to human behavior. She has published numerous articles in scientific journals and edited volumes. She is currently a professor in the School of Evolution and Social Change at Arizona State University.