Sex determination in subadults using auricular surface morphology: a forensic science perspective.

@article{Mittler1992SexDI,
  title={Sex determination in subadults using auricular surface morphology: a forensic science perspective.},
  author={D M Mittler and Sonia Sheridan},
  journal={Journal of forensic sciences},
  year={1992},
  volume={37 4},
  pages={1068-75}
}
The determination of sex in subadult skeletons remains a problem for several areas of biological anthropology. To date, univariate and multivariate assessments of sex in the young using adult indicators have failed to produce reliable results. However, research in this area continues. In 1980, Weaver proposed a modification of adult differences in auricular surface morphology as an effective means for sex determination in subadult remains. His method was indirectly evaluated by Hunt through a… CONTINUE READING

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