Week 3 - Campbell, B. G., J. D. Loy, et al. (2006)....

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Campbell, B. G., J. D. Loy, et al. (2006). Humankind Emerging . San Francisco: Pearson Education Inc. “Variability in behavior and appearance is characteristic of all living organisms as their environment varies, and is probably no greater in humans than in many other species” (446). “Humans’ physical variations may be found both within and between populations…”(447).
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Boyd, R and J.B. Silk (2003). How Humans Evolved . New York: W.W. Norton & Company, Inc. Adaptation : A feature of an organism created by the process of natural selection (glossary). Variation : Differences in phenotype or genotype between individuals in or between groups (glossary). “Modern humans have many complex adaptations, like grasping hands, bipedal locomotion, toolmaking abilities, language, and large-scale cooperation” (254). Chapter 16 - ‘Human Genetic Diversity’ “There is variation in height, weight, hair color, eye color, food preferences,
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