• Publications
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Human paleopathology.
  • M. Goldstein
  • Medicine
  • Journal of the National Medical Association
  • 1963
Predicting changes in perceived health status.
It is found that neither positive nor negative changes in perceived health status were related to any indicator of health beliefs or practices or physical health status, which suggests that single item measures of perceived health Status may reflect the individual's sense of long-standing chronic illness. Expand
Dentition of Indian crania from Texas.
  • M. Goldstein
  • Geography, Medicine
  • American journal of physical anthropology
  • 1 March 1948
Various types of occlusion and amounts of overbite in normal and abnormal occlusion between two and twelve years
A much more refined system of classification than now in general use is here advocated, one which would take cognizance of the wide variety of types of occlusion and correspondingly make classification more specific, clear, and meaningful. Expand
Anthropometric traits, balanced selection and fertility.
Whether fertility in the sense of a large number of offspring is a requisite of natural selection in the case of human beings appears to be moot in view of the pervasive influence of "cultural selection" which so significantly mediates mating patterns and family size. Expand
Bioassay of Kinship in Populations of Middle Eastern Origin and Controls [and Comments and Replies]
From the available data the major Jewish populations appear to have undergone admixture with gentiles at a rate of about 1% per generation, leading to total admixture rates of about 50%, and estimates of evolutionary size from these data suggest substantial founder effects. Expand