Andrew Gallup of the Psychology Department co-authored a research article with Jorg Massen and Vedrana Slipogor of the University of Vienna that was recently accepted for publication in the peer-reviewed journal Frontiers in Comparative Psychology. The paper is entitled “An observational investigation of behavioral contagion in common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus): indications for contagious scent-marking” and is now available online.
John Relethford, Anthropology, has published a book chapter entitled “Biological distances and population genetics in bioarchaeology” in the book Biological Distance Analysis: Forensic and Bioarchaeological Perspectives, edited by M.A. Pilloud and J.T. Hefner (Elsevier, 2016, pp. 23-33). This chapter discusses measures of biological similarity between populations based on metric data (such as measures of the skull) and how they relate to population-genetic models of gene flow (migration) and genetic drift (random change over time). Much of the chapter reviews Relethford’s work in this area over the past 25 years.
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