Ian Tattersall - Science - 1995 - 208 pages
Examines the scientific evidence of Neanderthal man, describing the way he lived and exploring how and why he may have become extinct
James Shreeve - Science - 1996 - 369 pages
In recent years, revolutionary developments in fossil dating and the spectacular entrance of genetic research into the origins debate have sent the anthropological ...
Bernard Grant Campbell - Science - 1979 - 489 pages
Provides an up-to-date, comprehensive and readable introduction to the field of human evolution. Human evolution, evolutionary theory, evolutionary genetics, primate ...
Erik Trinkaus, Pat Shipman - 1993 - 454 pages
Traces the history of the study of the Neanderthal, explains how they were discovered, and surveys current views on where they fit into the evolutionary scheme
David Hutchens - Business & Economics - 1999 - 81 pages
"Boogie the caveman is on a quest to understand how his people have become stuck in beliefs that drastically limit their ability to share insights and make progress. Join his ...