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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 3 13/02/2008 15:03:00 ← Ethics and Methods ← ← Paleoanthropology- Study of human evolution through the fossil record ← ← Informed Consent- People who agree to take part in research after they have been informed of its intent ← ← Remote Sensing- Photographs taken from airplanes and satalites to reveal hidden places and things ← ← Primatology- The close study of primates in their natural settings or in zoo’s ← ← Anthropometry- The study of nutrition, growth, and development. Work is done on both living people and skeletal remains ← ← Bone Biology- The study of bone as a biological tissue. Including: genetics, cell structure, growth, development, and decay ← ← Paleopathology- The study of disease and injury in skeletons ← ← Molecular Anthropology- Uses genetic analysis to assess evolutionary links ← ← Survey and Excavation ← ← Systematic Survey •...
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