Table of contents for Origins of anatomically modern humans / edited by Matthew H. Nitecki and Doris V. Nitecki.

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Introduction: The Problem of Modern Human Origins; R.G. Klein. What Are Modern Humans? The Contributions of Southwest Asia to the Study of the Origin of Modern Humans; O. Bar-Yosef. Hominids, Energy, Environment, and Behavior in the Late Pleistocene; A.J. Jelinek. Behavioral and Cultural Changes at the Middle to Upper Paleolithic Transition in Western Europe; C. Farizy. Ancestral Lifeways in Eurasia; O. Soffer. New Advances in the Field of Ice Age Art; P.G. Bahn. African Centers of Origin: Mitochondrial DNA and Human Evolution; R.L. Cann, et al. Out of Africa; C.B. Stringer. Multiregional Hypothesis: Multiregional Evolution; M.H. Wolpoff, et al. Archaic and Modern Homo sapiens in the Contact Zones; T. Simmons. Samples, Species, and Speculations in the Study of Modern Human Origins; F.H. Smith. Synopsis and Prospectus: A Chronstratigraphic and Taxonomic Framework of the Origins of Modern Humans; F.C. Howell. Index.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Human evolution -- Congresses.
Paleolithic period -- Congresses.