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Attachment and Loss. Vol. I. Attachment.
If you get the printed book in on-line book store, you may also find the same problem. So, you must move store to store and search for the available there. But, it will not happen here. The book thatExpand
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A selfish origin for human food sharing: Tolerated theft
Abstract Individuals will be selected to fight only for a fitness gain. If food is found in large packages, some of the package falls high on a diminishing returns curve of the fitness value of theExpand
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Demography and Evolutionary Ecology of Hadza Hunter-Gatherers
The Hadza, an ethnic group indigenous to northern Tanzania, are one of the few remaining hunter-gatherer populations. Archaeology shows 130,000 years of hunting and gathering in their land but HadzaExpand
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Selection for delayed maturity
Humans have a much longer juvenile period (weaning to first reproduction, 14 or more years) than their closest relatives (chimpanzees, 8 years). Three explanations are prominent in the literature.Expand
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Hunting and Nuclear Families: Some Lessons from the Hadza about Men's Work
Hadza hunter-gatherers display economic and social features usually assumed to indicate the dependence of wives and children on provisioning husbands and fathers. The wives and children of betterExpand
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Ethological studies of child behaviour
Foreword N. Tinbergen Acknowledgements Part I. Introduction: 1. Characteristics of ethological studies of human behaviour N. Blurton Jones Part II. Child-Child Interactions: 2. Human non-verbalExpand
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Hadza Hunting, Butchering, and Bone Transport and Their Archaeological Implications
A study of Hadza hunting and scavenging practices, patterns of medium/large mammal carcass dismemberment and transport from kill sites to base camps, and subsequent processing and disposal of bonesExpand
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Positive trends in Southern Hemisphere carbonyl sulfide
Transport of carbonyl sulfide (OCS) from the troposphere to the stratosphere contributes sulfur to the stratospheric aerosol layer, which reflects incoming short-wave solar radiation, cooling theExpand
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