Biological anthropologists study the physical adaptation and evolution of humans and other primates.
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Berman, Carol M.
Anthropologist at the University of Buffalo who researches primate social development.
Duggleby, Christine R.
Anthropologist at the University of Buffalo researching human population biology, genetics and evolutionary theory.
Medical anthropologist at Florida State University with primary research interests in ethnicity, racism, and health in Puerto Rico and the U.S.
Current work involves the study of the emergence of gestural communication in captive ape infants in interaction with their family members. College of William and Mary.
Meindl, Richard S.
Kent State University instructor who teaches primate ecology and behavior. Offers an article that discusses various aspects of his research interests and a link to his CV.
Schmidt, Karen L.
A biocultural anthropologist at the University of Pittsburgh, currently working on facial expression and schizophrenia, as well as on the adaptive significance child behavior cross-culturally.
Sirianni, Joyce E.
Distinguished Teaching Professor at the University of Buffalo who teaches craniofacial growth and development, and biological anthropology.
Physical anthropologist at the University of Buffalo interested in adaptive human biology.
Stein, Julie K.
Professor of Anthropology at the University of Washington. Includes vitae, publications, and information for prospective graduate students.
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