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How Humans Evolved (Sixth Edition) ePub download

by Robert Boyd,Joan B. Silk

  • Author: Robert Boyd,Joan B. Silk
  • ISBN: 0393912272
  • ISBN13: 978-0393912272
  • ePub: 1382 kb | FB2: 1875 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Science & Mathematics
  • Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company; Sixth edition (September 26, 2011)
  • Pages: 475
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 179
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How Humans Evolved (Sixth Edition) ePub download

She is also interested in the application of evolutionary thinking to human behavior.

Robert Boyd has written widely on evolutionary theory, focusing especially on the evolution of cooperation and the role of culture in human evolution.

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by: Boyd, Robert; Silk, Joan . How Humans Evolved remains the most up-to-date, forward-looking book in physical anthropology. eTextbook Return Policy.

by: Boyd, Robert; Silk, Joan B. Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company. Print ISBN: 9780393913354, 039391335X. Through a unique and balanced blend of evolutionary theory, population genetics, and behavioral ecology, the authors move beyond merely describing anthropological finds to showing students the big picture about how humans lived in the past and why they have evolved into the people they are today.

How Humans Evolved teaches the processes that shape human evolution with a unique blend of evolutionary theory, population genetics, and behavioral ecology.

ISBN 13: 9780393614855. How Humans Evolved teaches the processes that shape human evolution with a unique blend of evolutionary theory, population genetics, and behavioral ecology.

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Robert Boyd, Joan B. With a signature blend of evolutionary theory, population genetics, and behavioral ecology, How Humans Evolved teaches the science and history behind human evolution.

The science of human evolution, not just the sites.

How Humans Evolved remains the most up-to-date, forward-looking book in physical anthropology. Through a unique and balanced blend of evolutionary theory, population genetics, and behavioral ecology, the authors move beyond merely describing anthropological “finds” to showing students the big picture about how humans lived in the past and why they have evolved into the people they are today. The fully revised and updated Sixth Edition offers the best of current research, including important new coverage of Ardipithecus, the Neanderthal genome, early complex tool-making and symbolic behavior, and much more.
BlackHaze
I needed this for my evolutionary anthropology class and it's not written like a stuffy thick boring textbook. The author gets right to the point so you are not learning unnecessary stuff. I appreciate the pictures as well, I am a big picture person and remember better when pictures are shone. The pictures all make sense and are not confusing. I usually do not read my textbooks but I read this one for sure because of how interesting and well written it was.
Reighbyra
perfect
Flower
good rental and good book
Jogrnd
This is the correct book, and it's unmarked. A bit of wear, but that's fine by me. Glad I got it!
Tansino
It's a good book overall. They have a website that goes right along with the book. I probably will keep it as reference. I liked it.
Anardred
barely read it
Ydely
I got this for my bio anth class and love all the quality information. It presents info clearly and concisely. I plan to read it again at a later date.
Excellent book. Even though I am actually not majoring in anthropology (actually, as a requirement for natural science in Boston University), it is very detailed and has good connections to high-school biology as well. So far, I think it is very accessible for even the most biologically ready high school student, and it has very vivacious (lovely) pictures. In general, it is a championship-winning book, with excellent objectives clearly outlined in each chapter, and great review questions in the end.

Bonus: it is worth reading the 5% of a (anything) is better than no like a (anything) at all. Thanks prof Hodges Simeon :-)
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