Evolutionary Studies and Physical Anthropology Archive

Abrams HL. 1978. A Diachronic Preview of Wheat in Hominid Nutrition. Journal of Applied Nutrition 30:41-55. [foodstuffs; human evolution]

Abrams HL. 1986. Fire and Cooking as a Major Influence on Human Cultural Advancement. Journal of Applied Nutrition 38:24-29. [meat and vegetables in diet; human evolution]

Aiello L, Wheeler P. 1995. The Expensive-Tissue Hypothesis the Brain and the Digestive System in Human and Primate Evolution. Current Anthropology 36(2):199-221. [physical anthropology; digestive system; small gut; metabolism; monkeys, apes, early homonids]

Allen J, Cheer S. 1996. The Non-Thrifty Genotype. Current Anthropology 37(5):831-842. [human evolution and adaptation; non-insulin-dependent diabetes (type II); lactose; cow's milk]

Anderson P. 1983. The Reproductive Role of the Human Breast. Current Anthropology 24:25-45. [human evolution; breastfeeding]

Beller A. 1978. Fat and Thin: A Natural History of Obesity. [eating attitudes; obesity; physiology of body fat; human evolution]

Blaxter K. 1989. Energy Metabolism in Animals and Man. Cambridge University Press. [physical anthropology; evolution; metabolism; food processing; non-human primates]

Cavelli-Sforza LT, Strata A, Barone A, et al. 1987. Primary Lactose Malabsorption in Italy: Regional Differences in Prevalence and Relationship to Lactose Intolerance and Milk Consumption. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 45:748-754. [physical anthropology; lactose; milk use; Europe; Italy]

Cook D. 1979. Subsistence Base and Health in the Lower Illinois Valley: Evidence from the Human Skeleton. Medical Anthropology 4:109-124. [prehistory; physical anthropology; origins of agriculture; North America]

Cook D. 1984. Subsistence and Health in the Lower Illinois Valley: Osteological Evidence. In Paleopathology at the Origins of Agriculture. MN Cohen, GJ Armelagos, eds. Academic Press. [prehistory; physical anthropology; origins of agriculture; North America]

Dawson DA. 1988. Ethnic Differences in Female Overweight. American Journal of Public Health 78:1326-1329-. [physical anthropology; overweight; obesity; ethnicity]

Eaton SB, Konner M. 1985. Paleolithic Nutrition. New England Journal of Medicine 312:283-289. [paleoanthropology; diet; nutrition]

Elgar MA, Crespi BJ. 1992. Cannibalism: Ecology and Evolution among Diverse Taxa. Oxford University Press. [animal behavior; cannibalism; ecology; human evolution]

Flodin N. 1999. Nutritional Influences in the Geographic Dispersal of Pleistocene Man. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 38(1):71-. [paleoanthropology]

Freeman L. 1981. The Fat of the Land: Notes on Paleolithic Diet in Iberia. In Omnivorous Primates: Gathering and Hunting in Human Evolution. RO Harding, G Teleki, eds. pp. 104-165. [paleoanthropology; Europe]

Frisancho AR. 1978. Nutritional Influences on Human Growth and Maturation. Yearbook of Physical Anthropology 21:171-191. [physical anthropology; nutritional anthropology; growth and development]

Gordon K. 1987. Evolutionary Perspectives on Human Diet. In Nutritional Anthropology. FE Johnston, ed. [human evolution; primates]

Harrison GG. 1975. Primary Lactase Deficiency: A Problem in Anthropological Genetics. American Anthropologist 77:812-835. [milk; human evolution; diet and disease]

Harrison GG. 1985. Biological Anthropology and Nutrition. Journal of Human Evolution 14:335-339. [human evolution]

Hawkes K. 1991. Showing Off: Tests of a Hypothesis About Men's Foraging Goals. Ethnology and Sociobiology 2:29-54. [food sharing; human evolution; behavioral ecology; hunter-gatherer; South America; Paraguay; Ache]

Henneberg M, Sarafis V, Mathers K. 1998. Human Adaptation to Meat Eating. Human Evolution 13(3):229-. [human evolution; meat eating]

Huss-Ashmore R. 1980. Fat and Fertility: Demographic Implications of Differential Fat Storage. Yearbook of Physical Anthropology 23:65-91-. [body fat; physical anthropology; physiology; ecology]

Johns T. 1990. With Bitter Herbs They Shall Eat It: Chemical Ecology and the Origins of Human Diet and Medicine. University of Arizona. [human evolution; diet; plant (vegetarian) species]

Johns T. 1996. The Origins of Human Diet and Medicine. University of Arizona Press. [paleolithic diet; human evolution]

Johns T. 1999. The Chemical Ecology of Human Ingestive Behaviors. Annual Review of Anthropology 28:27-50. [diet; medicine; human evolution]

Jolly A. 1985. The Evolution of Primate Behavior. Second edition. [non-human primates; physical anthropology]

Kaplan H, Hill K. 1985. Food Sharing among Ache Foragers: Tests of Explanatory Hypotheses. Current Anthropology 26:223-246. [social relations; human evolution; behavioral ecology; South America; Paraguay]

Katz S. 1987. Fava Bean Consumption: A Case for the Co-Evolution of Genes and Culture. In Food and Evolution. M Harris, E Ross, eds. pp. 133-169. Temple University Press. [foodstuffs; human evolution]

Katz S. 1987. Food and Biological Evolution. In Nutritional Anthropology. F Johnson, ed. [physical anthropology; physiology; food processing; food use]

Katz SH. 1982. Food, Behavior, and Biocultural Evolution. In The Psychobiology of Human Food Selection. LM Barker, ed. pp. 171-188. AVI. [human evolution; cultural evolution]

Knowler WC, Pettitt DC, Bennett PH, et al. 1981. Diabetes Incidence among the Pima Indians. American Journal of Epidemiology 113:144-156. [obesity; human evolution; genetic disease; diabetes mellitus]

Knowler WC, Pettitt DC, Bennett PH, et al. 1983. Diabetes Incidence among the Pima Indians: Genetic and Evolutionary Considerations. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 113:144-156. [disease; diabetes; physical anthropology; North American Indians; Pima]

Knowler WC, Pettitt DC, Bennett PH, et al. 1983. Diabetes Mellitus in the Pima Indians: Genetic and Evolutionary Considerations. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 1983:107-114. [human evolution; genetic disease; obesity; diabetes mellitus]

Kretchmer N. 1977. The Geography and Biology of Lactose Digestion and Malabsorption. Postgraduate Medical Journal 53:65-72. [biological anthropology; milk in nutrition]

Kretchmer N. 1981. Food: A Selective Agent in Evolution. In Food, Nutrition, and Evolution: Food as an Environmental Factor in the Genesis of Human Variability. DN Walcher, N Kretchmer, eds. pp. 37-48. Masson. [human evolution]

Lancaster J. 1978. Carrying and Sharing. Human Nature. [human evolution; social behavior]

Lichtenstein A. 1999. Dietary Fat: A History. Nutrition Reviews 57(1):11-. [nutrient, fat; health; human evolution]

Lieberman LS. 1987. Biocultural Consequences of Animals Versus Plants as Sources of Fats, Protein, and Other Nutrients. In Food and Evolution. M Harris, E Ross, eds. pp. 225-258. Temple University Press. [nutrition and health; human evolution; disease]

Mann A. 1981. Diet and Human Evolution. In Omnivorous Primates: Gathering and Hunting in Human Evolution. RO Harding, G Teleki, eds. pp. 10-36. [physical anthropology; human evolution]

McCracken R. 1971. Lactase Deficiency: An Example of Dietary Evolution. Current Anthropology 12:479-517. [nutritional lactose; deficiency disease; human evolution]

Milton K. 1988. Foraging Behavior and the Evolution of Primate Cognition. In Machiavellian Intelligence: Social Expertise and the Evolution of Intellect in Monkeys, Apes, and Humans. A Whiten, R Byrne, eds. pp. 285-305. Oxford University Press. [brain; human evolution; non-human primates]

Milton K. 1993. Diet and Primate Evolution. Scientific American 269:86-93. [non-human primates; human evolution]

Milton K. 1999. A Hypothesis to Explain the Role of Meat-Eating in Human Evolution. Evolutionary Anthropology 8(1):11-. [human evolution; meat eating]

Nestle M. 1999. Animal V. Plant Foods in Human Diets and Health: Is the Historical Record Unequivocal? Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 58(2):211-218. [optimal diets; meat eating; paleolithic diet; dietary recommendations]

Newman M. 1975. Nutritional Adaptation in Man. [human evolution; adaptation; physiology]

Pearce JC. 1992. Evolution's End: Claiming the Potential of Our Intelligence. Harper Collins. [human evolution; breastfeeding; mother-child bond; child development; food additives]

Pond C. 1981. Storage. In Physiological Ecology: An Evolutionary Approach to Resource Use. P Calow, CR Townsend, eds. pp. 190-219. Blackwell Scientific. [human evolution; energy nutrition]

Pyke M. 1978. The Evolution of Animal Protein in the Human Diet. In New Protein Foods. AM Altshul, HL Wilcke, eds. Vol. 5: Seed Storage Prot, pp. 47-57. Academic Press. [meat eating; human evolution]

Richard A. 1985. Food. W H Freeman. [biological anthropology; non-human primates]

Richard A. 1985. Primate Diets: Patterns and Principles. In Primates in Nature. A Richard, ed. W H Freeman. [biological anthropology; non-human primates]

Ritenbaugh C. 1978. Human Foodways: A Window on Evolution. In Anthropology and Health. E Bauwens, ed. pp. 111-120. Mosby. [food habits; human evolution]

Roosevelt A. 1987. The Evolution of Human Subsistence. In Food and Evolution. M Harris, E Ross, eds. pp. 565-578. Temple University Press. [prehistory; paleoanthropology; diet; subsistence]

Rose JC, Condon KW, Goodman AH. 1985. Diet and Dentition: Developmental Disturbances. In The Analysis of Prehistoric Diets. RI Gilbert, Jr., JH Mielke, eds. Academic Press. [physical anthropology; dietary deficiencies; dentition; prehistory]

Sandford M. 1992. Investigations of Ancient Human Tissue: Chemical Analysis in Anthropology. Gordon and Breach. [prehistory; biological anthropology; diet; disease]

Shoeninger M. 1989. Reconstructing Prehistoric Human Diet. In Chemistry of Prehistoric Human Bone. TD Price, ed. pp. 36-67. [prehistory; paleoanthropology; osteology]

Simoons F. 1973. The Determinants of Dairying and Milk Use in the Old World: Ecological, Physiological, and Cultural. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 2:83-90. [foodstuffs; physiology; human evolution]

Simoons F. 1978. The Geographic Hypothesis and Lactose Malabsorption. American Journal of Digestive Diseases 23:963-980. [food use; milk; lactose intolerance; human evolution]

Simoons FJ. 1982. Geography and Genetics as Factors in the Psychobiology of Human Food Selection. In The Psychobiology of Human Food Selection. LM Barker, ed. pp. 205-224. AVI. [human evolution; theory; food preference]

Stahl A. 1984. Hominid Dietary Selection before Fire. Current Anthropology 25(2):151-157. [human evolution; food processing; cookery]

Stini W. 1971. Evolutionary Implications of Changing Nutritional Patterns in Human Populations. American Anthopologist 73:1019-1030. [human evolution]

Stini W. 1981. Body Composition and Nutrient Reserves in Evolutionary Perspective. In Food, Nutrition and Evolution: Food as an Evironmental Factor in the Genesis of Human Variability. DN Walcher, N Ketchmer, eds. pp. 107-120-. Masson. [human evolution; body fat]

Stini W. 1982. Sexual Dimorphism and Nutrient Reserves. In Sexual Dismorphism in Homo Sapiens. R Hall, ed. Praeger. [physical anthropology; biological evolution; body fat]

Stini W. 1988. Food, Seasonality and Human Evolution. In Coping with Uncertainty in Food Supply. I de Garine, GA Harrison, eds. pp. 32-51-. Clarendon Press. [seasonal hunger;human evolution]

Stinson S. 1992. Nutritional Adaptation. Annual Review of Anthropology 21:143-170. [nutritional anthropology; physical anthropology; undernutrition]

Sussman RW. 1978. Foraging Patterns of Non-Human Primates and the Nature of Food Preferences in Man. Federation Proceedings, Anthropology and the Assessment of Nutritional Status 37:55-60. [non-human primates; human evolution; food preference and choice]

Teleki G. 1975. Primate Subsistence Patterns: Collector Predators and Gatherer Hunters. Journal of Human Evolution 4:125-184. [non-human primates; dietary patterns; human evolution]

Teleki G, Harding RO. 1981. Omnivorous Primates: Gathering and Hunting in Human Evolution. Columbia University Press. [human evolution; non-human primates; subsistence patterns]

Wing E, Brown A. 1979. Paleonutrition. [paleoanthropology; diet]

Wrangham RW, Jones JH, Laden G, et al. 1999. The Raw and the Stolen: Cooking and the Ecology of Human Origins. Current Anthropology 40(5):567-594. [food processing; human evolution]

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