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The Potassium-Argon Dating of Late Cenozoic Rocks in East Africa and Italy [and Comments and Reply]
A technique for the potassium-argon dating of high potassium feldspars of less than 50,000 years age is described. The technique is applied to the obtaining of high precision ages in the time-range…
"Race" Is a Four-Letter Word: The Genesis of the Concept
- C. Brace
- 17 February 2005
Preface Introduction 1. THE BIOLOGY OF HUMAN VARIATION 1.1. Background of a Belief 1.2. Adaptive Traits: Clines 1.2.1. Skin 1.2.2. Tooth Size 1.2.3. Hemoglobin S 1.2.4. Blood Groups 1.2.5. Clusters…
Old World sources of the first New World human inhabitants: A comparative craniofacial view
- C. Brace, A. R. Nelson, Dashtseveg Tumen
- GeographyProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 31 July 2001
Although both the earlier and later arrivals in the New World show a mixture of traits characteristic of the northern edge of Old World occupation and the Chinese core of mainland Asia, the proportion of the latter is greater for the more recent entrants.
Sexual Selection, Physical Attractiveness, and Facial Neoteny: Cross-cultural Evidence and Implications [and Comments and Reply]
L'attirance physique et sa relation a la theorie de la selection sexuelle meritent une attention renouvelee de la part des anthropologues culturels et biologiques. L'A. s'interesse a une anomalie…
Reflections on the face of Japan: a multivariate craniofacial and odontometric perspective.
Craniofacial variables for modern and prehistoric Japanese were subjected to multivariate analysis to test the relationships of the people of Japan with mainland Asian and Oceanic samples. The modern…
Japanese tooth size: past and present.
- C. Brace, M. Nagai
- Environmental Science, GeographyAmerican journal of physical anthropology
- 1 December 1982
Mesial-distal and buccal-lingual crown measurements were made on male and female samples of recent Japanese teeth from three locations, Fukuoka, Kyoto, and Tokyo, and for Hokkaido Ainu and Koreans and it was shown that the modern Japanese samples did not differ from one part of Japan to another.
GRADUAL CHANGE IN HUMAN TOOTH SIZE IN THE LATE PLEISTOCENE AND POST‐PLEISTOCENE
- C. Brace, K. Rosenberg, K. Hunt
- Geography, MedicineEvolution; international journal of organic…
- 1 July 1987
From the beginning of the Post‐Pleistocene until the present, the overall rate of dental reduction doubled, becoming approximately 1% per thousand years.
Structural Reduction in Evolution
- C. Brace
- BiologyThe American Naturalist
- 1 January 1963
It is suggested that some of the major and formerly unexplained changes which have occurred in human evolution are the results of probable mutation effect.
A nonracial craniofacial perspective on human variation: A(ustralia) to Z(uni).
Dental and craniofacial measurements were collected for 57 samples from Asia, the Pacific, the aboriginal western hemisphere, and Europe and held forth the promise of producing a nonracial assessment of the relationships of all the peoples of the world, past and present.