BIO 346 Human Biology (K. Kalthoff)

References to Topic 20: Gender Roles


Easy Readings

de Waal F.B.M. (1995) Bonobo sex and society. Scient. Amer. Mar 1995: 82-88.
Hodder I. (2004) Women and men at Catalhoyuk. Scient. Amer. Jan 2004: 77-83

Intermediate Readings

Conard N.J. (2009) A female figurine from the basal Aurignacian of Hohe Fels cave in southwestern Germany. Nature 499: 248-250
Diamond M. and Sigmundson H.K. (1997) Sex Reassignment at birth: Long-term review and clinical implications. Arch. P{ediatr. Adolesc. Med. 151: 298-304
Draper P. (1975) !Kung women: contrasts in sexual egalitarianism in foraging and sedentary contexts. In: Toward an Anthropology of Women. (Edited by Rayna R. Reiter), pp. 77-109. New York: Monthly Review Press.
*Draper P. (1976) Social and economic constraints on child life among the !Kung. In: Kalahari Hunter-gatherers: Studies of the !Kung San and Their Neighbors. (Edited by Richard B. Lee and Irven DeVore), pp. 199-217. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press.
*Ellis L. (1986) Evidence of neuroandrogenic etiology of sex roles from a combined analysis of human, nonhuman primate and nonprimate mammalian studies. Person. Individ. Diff. 7: 519-552.
Foley, R. (1987) Another Unique Species: Patterns in Human Evolutionary Ecology. New York: Longman Scientific & Technical with John Wiley & Sons., Inc.
Fossey D. (1983) Gorillas in the Mist. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.
Goodall J (1986) The Chimpanzees of Gombe. Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press.
Hinde R.A. (1987) Can nonhuman primates help us understand human behavior? In: Primate Societies. (Edited by Barbara B.Smuts, Dorothy L. Cheney, Robert M. Seyfarth, Richard W.Wrangham, and Thomas T.Struhsaker), pp. 413-420. Chicago:The University of Chicago Press.
Hrdy S.B. and Whitten P.L. (1987) Patterning of sexual activity. In: Primate Societies. (Edited by Barbara B. Smuts, Dorothy L. Cheney, Robert M. Seyfarth, Richard W. Wrangham, and Thomas T. Struhsaker), pp.370-384. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.
Leighton D.R. (1987) Gibbons: territoriality and monogamy. In: Primate Societies. (Edited by Barbara B.Smuts, Dorothy L. Cheney, Robert M. Seyfarth, Richard W.Wrangham, and Thomas T. Struhsaker), pp. 135-145. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.
Luders E. (2009) Regional gray matter variation in male-to-female transgenderism. Neuroimage15: 904-907
Martin R.D., Willner L.A., Dettling A. (1994) The evolution of sexual size dimorphism in primates. In: The Differences Between the Sexes. (Edited by R.V. Short and E. Balaban) pp. 159-200. Cambridge, Great Britain: Cambridge University Press.
Melnick, D.J. and Pearl M.C. (1987) Cercopithecines in multimale groups: genetic diversity and population structure. In: Primate Societies. (Edited by Barbara B. Smuts, Dorothy L. Cheney, Robert M. Seyfarth, Richard W. Wrangham, and Thomas T. Struhsaker), pp. 121-134. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.
Nishida T. and Hiraiwa-Hasegawa M. (1987) Chimpanzees and Bonobos: cooperative relationships among males. In: Primate Societies. (Edited by Barbara B. Smuts, Dorothy L. Cheney, Robert M. Seyfarth, Richard W. Wrangham, and Thomas T. Struhsaker), pp. 165-178. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.
Oates J.F. (1987) Food distribution and foraging behavior. In: Primate Societies (Edited by Barbara B. Smuts, Dorothy L. Cheney, Robert M. Seyfarth, Richard W. Wrangham, and Thomas T. Struhsaker), pp. 197-209. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.
Rametti G. et al. (2010) White matter microstructure in female to male transsexuals before cross-sex hormonal treatment. A diffusion tensor imaging study. J.Psychiatric Res. 45: 199-204
Rodman P.S. and Mitani J.C. (1987) Orangutans: sexual dimorphism in a solitary species. In: Primate Societies (Edited by Barbara B. Smuts, Dorothy L. Cheney, Robert M. Seyfarth, Richard W. Wrangham, and Thomas T. Struhsaker), pp. 146-154. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.
*Short R.V. and Balaban E. (Eds.) (1994) The Differences Between the Sexes. Cambridge, Great Britain: Cambridge University Press.
Silk J.B. (1987) Social behavior in evolutionary perspective. In: Primate Societies (Edited byBarbara B. Smuts, Dorothy L. Cheney, Robert M. Seyfarth, Reiner W.G, (1999) Assignment of sex in neonates with ambiguous genitalia. Curr Opin Pediatr. 11: 363-365
Richard W. Wrangham, and Thomas T. Struhsaker), pp. 318-329. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.
Smuts B.B. (1987) Sexual competition and mate choice. In: Primate Societies (Edited by Barbara B. Smuts, Dorothy L. Cheney, Robert M. Seyfarth, Richard W. Wrangham, and Thomas T. Struhsaker), pp. 385-399. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.
Stewart K.J. and Harcourt A.H. (1987) Gorillas: variation in female relationships. In: Primate Societies. (Edited by Barbara B. Smuts, Dorothy L. Cheney, Robert M. Seyfarth, Richard W. Wrangham, and Thomas T. Struhsaker), pp. 155-164. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.
Wrangham R. W. (1987) Evolution of social structure. In: Primate Societies. (Edited by Barbara B. Smuts, Dorothy L. Cheney, Robert M. Seyfarth, Richard W. Wrangham, and Thomas T. Struhsaker), pp. 282-296. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.

Advanced Readings

Bradley S.J. , Oliver G. D., Chernick A. B., and Zucker K.J. (1998) Experiment of Nurture: Ablatio Penis at 2 Months, Sex Reassignment at 7 Months, and a Psychosexual Follow-up in Young Adulthood. Pediatrics 102: p. e9 ELECTRONIC ARTICLE
Kruijver F.P.M., Zhou J.-N., Pool C.W., Hofman M.A., Gooren L.J.G. and Swaab D.F. (2000) Male-to-Female Transsexuals Have Female Neuron Numbers in a Limbic Nucleus. J. Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism 85: 2034-2041


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