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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTB14H3
Professor
Michael Schillaci
Semester
Fall

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Introduction to Evolutionary AnthropologySept2011Conducting Research 1Descriptive oDescribing qualities making observations taking measurements2Causal oInvestigating what is responsible for qualitiescharacteristics evolutionary processes3Applied oUses knowledge to address a specific need Formulate and test theories test hypotheses using scientific method Darwins Theory Competition for food mates resources etcThree postulatesoAbility of population to expand is infinite resources are not results in competition oOrganisms within the population vary which affects the ability of individuals to survive and reproduce oVariation is transmitted from parents to offspringResearch disciplines 1PrimatologyaStudy of nonhuman primates bResearch topicsprimate anatomy
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