Culture: man's adaptive dimension. Edited by M. F. Ashley Montagu.


New York, Oxford University Press, 1968.

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Subjects Culture.
Human beings.
Description vi, 289 p. 22 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographies.
Contents Culture and evolution, by E. Kahler.--The human revolution, by C. F. Hockett and R. Ascher.--Brains, genes, culture, immaturity, and gestation, by M. F. A. Montagu.--The biological basis of human sociality, by E. W. Count.--Selective forces in the evolution of man, by E. Caspari.--Cranial capacity and the evolution of the human brain, by R. L. Holloway, Jr.--Self, society, and culture in phylogenetic perspective, by A. I. Hallowell.--The multiple bases of human adaptability and achievement: a species point of view, by B. E. Ginsburg and W. S. Laughlin.--Cultural selection of human psychological types, by R. Kuttner.
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