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Who’s Who in Skulls

Ethnic Identification of Crania from Measurements

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$40.00 • £32.95 • €36.00

ISBN 9780873652094

Publication Date: 10/19/1995

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118 pages

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  • Acknowledgments
  • Part 1: Introduction
    • The Problem
    • Previous Work
    • Materials
    • Populations
      • Europe
      • Africa
      • Australo-Melanesia
      • Polynesia
      • Americas
      • Far East
      • Other
      • TEST Specimens
    • Approaches to the Data
      • C-Scores
      • Canonical Variates
  • Part 2: DISPOP
    • Estimation of Probability
    • Peru Tests
    • Maori Tests
  • Part 3: Trials on Known Cases
    • Europe
    • Africa
    • Australia
    • Melanesia
    • Polynesia
    • Micronesia
    • Boreal Peoples
    • North Asia
    • Japan
    • South Chinese
    • Taiwan
    • America
    • South and Southeast Asia
    • Summary
  • Part 4: Prehistoric Specimens
    • Late Prehistoric Europe
    • Southern Africa and Australia
    • Prehistoric East Africa
    • End-Pleistocene/Holocene
    • Upper Cave
    • Upper Paleolithic Europe
    • Earlier Pleistocene
  • Part 5: POPKIN
    • Pruned Samples
      • Centrality of Shape
      • Population Relationships
    • POPKIN Tabulations
    • Maori tests
    • Late Prehistoric
    • East Africa, North Africa, and North Europe
    • Upper Paleolithic
    • Other Measurement Sets
      • Liujiang
      • Awatovi
  • Part 6: Other Workers, Other Work
    • Present Study
    • CRANID
    • Van Vark et al.
    • Kidder et al.
    • C. L. Brace
    • Regional Classification
    • Clustering the Individuals
  • Part 7: General Summary
    • Bearings on Origins
    • Cranial Form: “Race,” Region, and Population Structure
    • The Scale of Craniometric Variation
    • Addendum
  • Bibliography

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