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Red Ochre and Human Evolution: A Case for Discussion [and Comments and Reply]
This paper evaluates red ochre phenomena as a fossil indicator for developments of human capacities and red color choice in cultures. The archaeological record reveals that, from Early PalaeolithicExpand
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AIDS and promiscuity: muddles in the models of HIV prevention.
  • R. Bolton
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Medical anthropology
  • 1 May 1992
AIDS has been blamed on promiscuity and the promiscuous, and a major goal of many HIV-prevention programs has been to induce people to reduce the number of their sexual partners. Despite the salienceExpand
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Social Support, Depression, and Self-Acceptance Among Gay Men
This study analyzes how low social support of gay men when coming out affects the reported levels of depression and self-acceptance in a non-clinical sample of Flemish (Belgium) gay men. The modelExpand
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Coca Chewing and High-Altitude Stress: A Spurious Correlation [and Comments and Reply]
Because the main present-day centres of coca chewing are in the high altiplano regions of Peru and Bolivia, it has been widely assumed that the habit evolved primarily as a response to the stressesExpand
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Guinea Pigs, protein and ritual
Increasingly, anthropologists have become aware of the importance of understanding relationships between nutrition and diet, on the one hand, and human behavior and culture, on the other. A classicExpand
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Child-Holding Patterns
  • R. Bolton
  • Sociology
  • Current Anthropology
  • 1 March 1978
Jamshed Mavalwala, University of Toronto (Anthropology); Laura Thompson, Fort Lee, N.J. (Anthropology); and John Spellman, University of Windsor. Symposium discussants of the fourth and fifth papersExpand
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The AIDS pandemic: a global emergency.
  • R. Bolton
  • Medicine
  • Medical anthropology
  • 1 March 1989
What do you do to start reading aids pandemic a global emergency? Searching the book that you love to read first or find an interesting book that will make you want to read? Everybody has differenceExpand
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