Anne Katzenberg

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Interpretations of dog burials made by ancient foraging groups have tended to be based upon our own relationships with such animals and modern western cosmological and ontological concepts. Osteological studies of early dogs often focus only on issues of taxonomy, and as a result very little is known about these animals’ life histories. Eastern Siberia has(More)
A schizophrenic-diagnosed woman with a long-term history of scratching and skin problems was referred for behavioral treatment because she was not responding well to medical care and was often described as noncompliant. The treatment of noncompliance consisted of four phases: (I) direct habit modification, (II) compliance training, (III) controlling anxiety(More)
Calcified biological objects are occasionally found at archaeological sites and can be challenging to identify. This paper undertakes the differential diagnosis of what we suggest is an Echinococcus granulosus hydatid cyst from an 8000-year-old mortuary site called Shamanka II in the Lake Baikal region of Siberia. Echinococcus is a parasitic tapeworm that(More)
s and determine when and where specific posters and papers will be presented. Message from the Program Committee Chair As in the past, we will meet in conjunction with a number of affiliated groups including the Human Biology Association, the Paleopathology Association, the Primate Biology and Behavior Interest Group, the American Dermatoglyphics(More)
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