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Skull Shapes and the Map

Craniometric Analyses in the Dispersion of Modern Homo

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ISBN 9780873652056

Publication Date: 03/27/1990

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200 pages

1 map, 9 line illustrations, 12 tables

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  • Preface
  • 1. Introduction
    • Material
    • List of Populations
    • Considerations of Sampling
    • Problems of Sexing
  • 2. Measurements
  • 3. Size and Shape
    • Pensive
    • Analysis by Comparison of C-Scores
    • Summary
  • 4. Sorting the Individuals
  • 5. Analysis by Population Distances
    • Clustering the Populations
  • 6. Q-Mode Analysis
    • 18-Group Analysis
    • Rotated 18-Group Factors
    • 28-Group Analysis
    • Summary of Population Shape Relations
  • 7. Calibration by Clustering
    • Mahalanobis D Distances Among 28 Male Groups + Neanderthals
    • Principal Components Analysis: 28 Modern Groups + 22 Premodern Samples
    • Principal Components Analysis: 28 Groups + 19 Modern Samples
    • Summary
  • 8. Discussion
  • 9. Evidence from Molecular Biology
  • 10. Conclusions
  • Bibliography
  • Appendix A. Description of Populations
    • Northern Europe: Medieval Norse, Oslo
    • Central Europe: Zalavar, Hungary
    • Central Europe: Berg, Carinthia, Austria
    • East Africa: Teita, Kenya
    • West Africa: Dogon, Mali
    • South Africa: Zulu
    • Australia: Lake Alexandrina Tribes, South Australia
    • Tasmania: General
    • Melanesia: Tolai, New Britain
    • Polynesia: Mokapu, Oahu, Hawaii
    • Polynesia: Easter Island
    • Polynesia: Moriori, Chatham Islands
    • North America: Early Arikara
    • North America: Santa Cruz Island, California
    • South America: Yauyos, Peru
    • North Japan: Hokkaido
    • South Japan: North Kyushu
    • Chinese: Haikou City, Hainan
    • Taiwan Aboriginals: Atayal
    • Philippine Islands: General
    • Guam: Latte Period
    • Egypt: Gizeh, 26th–30th Dynasties
    • South Africa: Bushman (San)
    • Andaman Islands: General
    • Ainu, Japan: South and Southeast Hokkaido
    • Siberia: Buriats
    • Greenland: Inugsuk Eskimo
    • Shang Dynasty Chinese: Anyang
  • Appendix B: Measurements: Group Means
  • Appendix C: Angles: Group Means
  • Appendix D: Q-Mode Factor Analysis on 18 Populations
  • Appendix E: Q-Mode Factor Analysis on 28 Populations
  • Appendix F: Mahalanobis D Distances

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