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Neandertals differ from recent and terminal Pleistocene human populations in their patterns of dental development, endostructural (internal structure) organization, and relative tissue proportions. Although significant changes in craniofacial and postcranial morphology have been found between the Middle Paleolithic and earlier Upper Paleolithic modern(More)
BACKGROUND Neandertals and the Middle Paleolithic persisted in the Iberian Peninsula south of the Ebro drainage system for several millennia beyond their assimilation/replacement elsewhere in Europe. As only modern humans are associated with the later stages of the Aurignacian, the duration of this persistence pattern can be assessed via the dating of(More)
OBJECTIVES To share Portugal's experience with school-based sexuality education, and to describe its implementation at a local level, following an ecological model and using a mixed methodology approach. The study also examines the impact of the latest policies put into effect, identifying potential weaknesses and strengths affecting the effectiveness of(More)
OBJECTIVES The aims of the study were to examine in Portuguese schools the facilitating factors at micro- and exosystem levels generally associated with more effective implementation of sexuality education (SE). METHODS A representative sample of principals/lead teachers from 296 Portuguese schools completed a questionnaire about SE at school that(More)
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