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SCHOLARLY JOURNALS

Available at Cabrillo

International Journal of Primatology
Annals of Human Biology
Science (1997-2004)
Nature
Behavioral Ecology
Public Library of Science One (PLoS One)

Availble through Interlibrary loan

American Journal of Physical Anthropology 
American Journal of Primatology
Human Biology
Science (2004-present)
American Journal of Human Biology
Evolutionary Anthropology
Primates
Current Anthropology

 

POPULAR SCIENCE MAGAZINES

Available at Cabrillo

Scientific American
American Scientist
National Geographic
New Scientist
Discover

 

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DATABASES

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RESEARCH TERMS

animal behavior

apes

Ardipithecus

australopithecines

bipedalism

bushbabies

bushmeat crisis

childbirth

childcare

climate change

cognition

comparative primatology

conservation

cooking

cooperative breeding

culture

Darwinian medicine

deforestation

Denisovans

disease

early Homo

ecological function of intelligence

encephalization

epigenetics

evolution

fishing

foraging

gene flow

genetic anthropology

genetic drift

genetics

hominin

Homo floresiensis

hormones

human

hunter-gatherers

hunting

intelligence

last common ancestor

late Homo

lemurs

lorieses

Machiavellian Intelligence

medical anthropology

migration

molecular anthropology

monkeys

morphology

mutation

natural selection

Neanderthals

New World Monkeys

nutrition

nutritional anthropology

Old World Monkeys

origin of art

Orrorin Tugenensis

osteology

paleoanthropology

paleobotany

paleoclimate reconstruction

pottos

primate culture

primatology

prosimians

protoculture

public health

race

Sahelanthropus tchadensis

sanctuaries

scavenging

social cognition

social function of intelligence

social organization

species

threats to primates

tool technology

tools

zoos

 

WHAT IS A SCHOLARY JOURNAL?

Scholarly articles are written by experts in the field and, additionally, reviewed by a panel experts in the field.  They include a lot of research and data, and the information in the article is backed up by a list of references.  They are published in scholarly, peer-reviewed journals.

 

Popular articles are often written by journalists for a general audience and are not reviewed by experts in the field.  Popular articles rarely include references

 

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