SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

Literature Cited

  • Abbott SW (1897) The Vital Statistics of Massachusetts: A Forty Years' Summary (1856–1896). 28th Annual Report of the Massachusetts Board of Health. Boston: Massachusetts Board of Health.
  • Allen LH (1984) Functional indicators of nutritional status of the whole individual or the community. Clin. Nutr. 3: 169175.
  • AppleyMH, and RTrumbull (eds.) (1967) Psychological Stress: Issues in Research. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts.
  • Armelagos GJ, Mielke J, Owen KH, Van Gerven DP, Dewey JR, Mahler PE (1972) Bone growth and development in prehistoric populations from Sudanese Nubia. J. Hum. Evol. 1: 89119.
  • Asterita, ME (1985) The Physiology of Stress. New York: Human Services Press.
  • Axelrod J (1975) Relationship between catecholamines and other hormones. Recent Prog. Horm. Res. 31: 135.
  • Baker PT (1974) An evolutionary perspective in environmental physiology. In NBSlonim (ed.): Environmental Physiology. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, pp. 510522.
  • Baker PT (1975) Research strategies in population biology and environmental stress. In EGiles and JFriedlaender (eds.): The Measurement of Man: Methodologies in Human Biology. Cambridge, MA: Schenkman, pp. 230259.
  • BakerPT (ed.) (1978) The Biology of High Altitude Peoples, New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • BakerPT, and LittleMA (eds.): (1976) Man in the Andes. Stroudsburg, PA.: Dowden, Hutchinson and Ross.
  • Baker PT, Hanna JM, and Baker TS (1986) The Changing Samoans. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Ball H, and Swedlund AC (1986) Women's work and maternal child health in 19th century Massachusetts. Paper presented at the Social Science History Association Meetings, St. Louis, Mo., November, 1986.
  • Barnes JA (1954) Class and community in a Norwegian Island Parish. Hum. Relat. 7: 3958.
  • Bajusz E (1965) Neuroendocrine relationships. Prog. Neurol. Psychiatry 12: 395438.
  • Berkman L, and Syme SL (1979) Social networks, host resistance and mortality: A nine year follow-up study of Alameda County residents. Am. J. Epidemiol. 109: 186204.
  • Bernard C (1872) An Introduction to Experimental Medicine. New York: Norton.
  • Bhargava SK, Ramji S, Kumar A, Mohan M, Marwah J, and Sachdev HPS (1985) Mid-arm and chest circumferences at birth as predictors of low birth weight and neonatal mortality in the community. Br. Med. J. 291: 16171619.
  • Blakey ML (1985) Stress, Social Inequality, and Culture Change: An Anthropological Approach to Human Psychophysiology. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
  • Boyden SV (1970) Cultural adaptation to biological maladjustment. In SVBoyden (eds.): The Impact of Civilization on the Biology of Man. Canberra: Australian National University Press, pp. 190209.
  • Brown D (1978) General stress in a group of Filipino-Americans on Oahu, Hawaii. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Anthropology, Cornell University, Ithaca.
  • Brown D (1981) General stress in anthropological fieldwork. Am. Anthropol. 83: 7491.
  • Brown D (1982) Physiological stress and culture change in a group of Filipino-Americans: A preliminary report. Ann. Hum. Biol. 9: 553563.
  • Cannon WB (1929) Body Changes in Pain, Hunger, Fear and Rage. 2nd ed. New York: Appleton.
  • Cannon WB (1932) The Wisdom of the Body. New York: Norton.
  • Cannon, WB (1935) Stresses and strains of homeostasis. Am. J. Med. Sci. 189: 114.
  • Carey JW (1988) Health, Social Support and Social Networks in a Rural Community of Southern Peru. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
  • Carey JW, Laliberte LA, and Thomas RB (1985) Socioeconomic changes and patterns of mortality in a highland Peruvian population. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 66: 153 (abstract).
  • Carey JW, and Thomas RB (1987) Social influences on morbidity and mortality patterns: A case from Peru. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 73: 186187 (abstract).
  • CohenMN, and ArmelagosGJ (eds.) (1984) Paleopathology at the Origins of Agriculture. New York: Academic Press.
  • Cook B, and Beastall GH (1987) Measurement of steroid hormone concentrations in blood, urine and tissue. In BGreen and RELeake (eds.): Steroid Hormones a Practical Approach. London: IRL Press, pp. 165.
  • ADamon (ed.) (1975) Physiological Anthropology London: Oxford University Press.
  • Dirks R (1980) Social responses during severe food shortages and famine. Curr. Anthropol. 21 ( 1 ): 2144.
  • Dressler WW (1982) Hypertension and Culture Change. South Salem, N.Y.: Redgrave.
  • Dressler WW, and Bernal H (1982) Acculturation and stress in a low-income Puerto Rican community. J. Hum. Stress 8: 3238.
  • Dressler WW, Mata A, Chavez A, Viteri FE, and Gallagher P (1986) Social support and arterial pressure in a central Mexican community. Psychosom. Med. 48: 338350.
  • Eder J (1977) Modernization, deculturation and social structural stress: The disappearance of the Umbay ceremony among the Batak of the Philippines. Mankind 11: 144149.
  • Ellison P (1988) Human salivary steroids: methodological considerations and applications in physical anthropology. Yearbook of Physical Anthropology 31: 115142.
  • El-Najjar MY, DeSanti MV, and Ozebeck L (1978) Prevalence and possible etiology of enamel hypoplasias. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 48: 185192.
  • Escobar G (1986) Social and political change in an Andean community. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, Washington.
  • Ferroni MA (1980) Urban Bias in Peruvian Food Policy. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation. Ithaca: Cornell University.
  • Fogel RW, Engerman SL, Floud R, Friedman G, Margo RA, Sokoloff K, Steckel RH, Trussell TJ, Villafour G, and Wachter KW (1983) Secular change in American and British stature and nutrition. J. Interdiscipl. Hist. 14: 445481.
  • Frisancho AR (1981) Human Adaptation: A Functional Approach. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby.
  • Frisancho AR, and Baker PT (1970) Altitude and growth: A study of the pattern of physical growth of a high altitude Peruvian Quechua population. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 32: 279292.
  • Frisancho AR, Sanchez J, Pallardel D, and Yanez L (1973) Adaptive significance of small body size under poor socioeconomic conditions in southern Peru. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 39: 255262.
  • Garn SM, Lewis AB, and Kerewsky RS (1965) Genetic, nutritional and maturational correlates of dental development. J. Dent. Res. 44: 228242.
  • Ginsberg CA, and Swedlund AC (1986) Sex-specific mortality and economic opportunities: Massachusetts, 1860–1899. Continuity Change 1: 415445.
  • Goodman AH (1984) The Epidemiology of Social Coping Strategies During Temporary Systems Change: Two Studies of First Year Undergraduates. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
  • Goodman AH (1988) The chronology of enamel hypoplasias in an industrial population: A reappraisal of Sarnat and Schour (1941, 1942). Hum. Biol. 60 ( 5 ): 781791.
  • Goodman AH, Allen LA, Hernandez GP, Amador A, Arriola LV, Chavez A, and Pelto GH (1987) Prevalence and age at development of enamel hypoplasias in Mexican children. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 72: 719.
  • Goodman AH, and Armelagos GJ (1985) Disease and death at Dr. Dickson's mounds. Nat. Hist. (September) 12–18.
  • Goodman AH, and Armelagos GJ (1988) Childhood stress and decreased longevity in a prehistoric population. Am. Anthropol. (in press).
  • Goodman AH, Armelagos GJ, and Rose JC (1980) Enamel hypoplasias as indicators of stress in three prehistoric populations from Illinois. Hum. Biol. 52: 515528.
  • Goodman AH, Martin DL, and Armelagos GJ (1984a) Indications of stress from bone and teeth. In MNCohen and GJArmelagos (eds.): Paleopathology at the Origins of Agriculture. Orlando: Academic Press, pp. 1344.
  • Goodman AH, Armelagos GJ, and Rose JC (1984b) The chronological distribution of enamel hypoplasias from prehistoric Dickson Mounds populations. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 65: 259266.
  • Goodman AH, Lallo J, Armelagos GJ, and Rose JC (1984c) Health changes at Dickson Mounds, Illinois (A.D. 950–1300). In MNCohen and GJArmelagos (eds.): Paleopathology at the Origins of Agriculture. Orlando: Academic Press, pp. 271305.
  • Goodman AH, Pelto G, and Allen L (1988) Socioeconomic and nutritional status correlates of enamel developmental defects in mild-to-moderately malnourished Mexican children. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 75 ( 2 ): 215.
  • Graves TD, and Graves NB (1979) Stress and health: modernization in a traditional Polynesian society. Medical Anthrop. 3: 2959.
  • Greksa LP (1986) Growth patterns of European and Amerindial high-altitude natives. Curr. Anthropol. 27: 7274.
  • Haas JD (1983) Nutrition and high altitude adaptation: an example of human adaptability in a multistress environment. In RDyson-Hudson and MALittle (eds.): Rethinking Human Adaptation: Biological and Cultural Models. Boulder, Colorado: Westview. pp 4155.
  • Haines MR, and Preston SH (1984) Cities, ethnicity, and child mortality in the United States in 1900. Paper presented at the Social Science History Association Meetings, Toronto, Canada, October.
  • Hanna JM, James GD, and Martz JM (1986) Hormonal measures of stress. In PTBaker, JMHanna, and TSBaker (eds.): The Changing Samoans. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 203221.
  • Harrison GA, and Jeffries DJ (1977) Human biology in urban environments: A review of research strategies. In PTBaker (ed.): MAB Technical Notes 3. Paris: UNESCO, pp. 6582.
  • Hollingsworth TH (1973) Population crises in the past. In BBenjamin, PCox, and JPeel (eds.): Resources and Population. New York: Academic Press, pp. 99108.
  • Holmes TH, and Rahe RH (1967) The social read-justment rating scale. J. Psychosom. Res. 11: 213218.
  • Huss-Ashmore RA (1981) Bone growth and remodeling as a measure of nutritional stress. In DLMartin and PBumstead (eds.): Biocultural Adaptation: Comprehensive Approaches to Skeletal Analysis. University of Massachusetts Department of Anthropology Research Reports No. 20, pp. 8495.
  • Huss-Ashmore RA, Goodman AH, and Armelagos GJ (1982) Nutritional inferences from paleopathology. Adv. Archeol. Method Theory 5: 395474.
  • Iacono ER, and Vitzthum VJ (1986) Reproduction, lactation and the health of Andean women and children. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, December, Washington.
  • Iscan MY (1983) A Topical Guide to the American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Volumes 22–53 (1964–1980). New York: Alan R. Liss, Inc.
  • Jacobson D (1987) The cultural context of social support and support networks. Med. Anthropol. Q. 1: 4267.
  • James GD (1984) Stress Response, Blood Pressure and Lifestyle Differences Among Western Samoan Men. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Anthropology, Pennsylvania State University.
  • James GD, Jenner DA, Harrison GA, and Baker PT (1985) Differences in catecholamine excretion rates, blood pressure and lifestyle among young western Samoan men. Hum. Biol. 57: 635647.
  • JanesCR, StallR, and GiffordSM (eds.) (1986) Anthropology and Epidemiology. Boston: Reidel.
  • Jenner DA, Harrison GA, Day JA, and Salzano FM (1982) Inter-population comparison of urinary catecholamines: A pilot study. Ann. Hum. Biol. 9: 579582.
  • Johansson SR (1984) Deferred infanticide: excess female mortality during childhood. In G.Hausfater and SHrdy (eds.) Infanticide in Animals and Man. New York: Aldine. pp. 463485.
  • Kagan A (1975) A stressless definition of “stress” and some speculations on its relationship to cardiovascular disease. Acta Cardiol. (Brux.) 30: 331332.
  • Kagan A, and Levi L (1974) Health and environment-psychosocial stimuli: A review. Soc. Sci. Med. 13A: 2536.
  • Kasl SV (1984) Stress and health. Annu. Rev. Public Health 5: 319341.
  • Kunitz SJ (1983) Speculations on the European mortality decline. Econ. Hist. Rev. 36: 349364.
  • Kunitz SJ (1987) Making a long story short: A note on men's height and mortality in England from the first through the nineteenth centuries. Med. Hist. 31: 269280.
  • Laliberte-Carey L, and Tucker C (1986) Contributions of children and elderly in an Andean community. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, Washington, December.
  • Lallo J, Armelagos GJ, and Mensforth RP (1977) The role of diet, disease and physiology in the origin of porotic hyperostosis. Hum. Biol. 40: 471483.
  • Lallo J, Armelagos GJ, and Rose JC (1978) Paleoepidemiology of infectious disease in the Dickson Mounds population. Med. Coll. Va. Q. 14: 1723.
  • Leatherman TL (1987) Illness, Work and Social Relations in the Southern Peruvian Highlands. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
  • Leatherman TL, Aelian M, and Carey JW (1985) Socio-economic change and patterns of growth in highland Peruvian populations. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 66: 194195 (abstract).
  • Leatherman TL, Luerssen JS, Markowitz LB and Thomas RB (1986) Illness and political economy–the Andean dialectic. Cult. Surv. Q. 10: 1921.
  • Leatherman TL, and Thomas RB (1987) Seasonal aspects of work and health in rural peoples. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Anthropological Association, Chicago, December.
  • Leonard WR (1987) Nutritional Adaptation and Dietary Change in the Southern Peruvian Andes. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
  • Leonard WR, and Thomas RB (in press) The influence of seasonality and socioeconomic differentiation on changing dietary patterns in the Peruvian Andes. Ecol. Food Nutr.
  • LLevi (ed.) (1971) Society, Stress and Disease: The Psychosocial Environment and Psychosomatic Disease. London: Oxford University Press.
  • Levi L (1972) Stress and distress in response to psychosocial stimuli. Acta Med. Scand. 191 (Suppl. 528), pp 1166.
  • LLevi (ed.) (1975a) Emotions: Their Parameters and Measures. New York: Raven.
  • LLevi (ed.) (1975b) Society, Stress and Disease, Volume 2: Childhood and Adolescence. London: Oxford University Press.
  • LLevi (ed.) (1978) Society, Stress and Disease, Volume 3: Male/Female Role and Relationships. London: Oxford University Press.
  • LLevi (ed.) (1980) Society, Stress and Disease, Volume 4: Working Life. London: Oxford University Press.
  • Little MA (1983) An overview of adaptation. In RDyson-Hudson and MALittle (eds.): Rethinking Human Adaptation: Biological and Cultural Models. Westview: Boulder, Co., pp. 137148,
  • Luerssen JS, and Markowitz LB (1986) To market, to market: Monetization and vulnerability in a highland Peruvian town. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Washington.
  • Lundberg U (1976) Urban commuting, crowdedness and catecholamine excretion. J. Hum. Stress 2: 2634.
  • Mack M, Blakey M, and Carter S (1988) The significance of dental defect width in relation to growth and development indicators in the skeleton. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. (abstract, 75: 243).
  • Martin DL, and Armelagos GJ (1979) Morphometrics of compact bone: An example from Sudanese Nubia. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 51: 571578.
  • Martin DL, Armelagos GJ, Goodman AH, and Van Gerven DP (1984) The effects of socioeconomic change in prehistoric Africa: Sudanese Nubia as a case study. In MNCohen and GJArmelagos (eds.): Paleopathology at the Origins of Agriculture. Orlando: Academic Press, pp. 271305.
  • Martin DL, Goodman AH, and Armelagos GJ (1985) Skeletal pathologies as indicators of quality and quantity of diet. In BGilbert and JMielke (eds.): The Analysis of Prehistoric Diets. Orlando: Academic Press, pp. 227279.
  • Martorell R, and Ho TJ (1984) Malnutrition, morbidity and mortality. In WH Mosley and LC Chen (eds.): Child Survival: Strategies for Research. Popul. Dev. Rev. [Suppl.] 10: 4968.
  • Martz JM, Hanna JM, and Howard SA (1984) Stress in daily life: Evidence from Samoa Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 63: 191192 (abstract).
  • Mason JW (1968a) A review of psychoendocrine research on the pituitary-adrenal cortical system. Psychosom. Med. 30: 576629.
  • Mason JW (1968b) A review of psychoendocrine research on the sympathetic-adrenal medullary system. Psychosom. Med. 30: 631653.
  • Mason J (1971) A re-evaluation of the concept of “non-specificity” in stress theory. J. Psychosom. Res. 8: 323334.
  • Mason J, Maher J, Hartley L, Mougey E, Perlow M, and Jones L (1976) Selectivity of corticosteroid and catecholamine response to various natural stimuli. In GSerban (ed.): Psychopathology of Human Adaptation. New York: Plenum, pp. 147171.
  • Mazess RB (1975) Biological adaptation: Aptitudes and acclimatization. In ESWatts, FEJohnston, and GWLasker (eds.): Biosocial Interactions in Population Adaptation. The Hague: Mouton, pp. 918.
  • McArdle AH (1986) Mortality Change and Industrialization in Western Massachusetts, 1850–1910. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation. Department of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
  • McCance RA (1960) Severe undernutrition in growing and adult animals. 1. Production and general effects. Br. J. Nutr. 14: 5973.
  • McCance RA, Dickerson JWT, Bell G, and Dunbar O (1962) Severe undernutrition in growing and adult animals. 9. The effect of undernutrition and its relief on the mechanical properties of bone. Br. J. Nutr. 16: 112.
  • McCance RA, Ford EHR, and Brown WAB (1961) Severe undernutrition in growing and adult animals. 7. Development of the skull, jaws, and teeth in pigs. Br. J. Nutr. 15: 213224.
  • McGarvey S, and Baker PT (1979) The effects of modernization on Samoan blood pressures. Hum. Biol. 51 ( 4 ): 461479.
  • McGarvey S, and Schendel DE (1986) Blood pressure of Samoans. In PTBaker, JMHanna, and TSBaker (eds.): The Changing Samoans. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 350393.
  • Mechanic D (1974) Social structure and personal adaptation: Some neglected dimensions. In GCoelho, DHamburg, and JAdams (eds.): Coping and Adaptation. New York: Basic Books, pp. 3244.
  • Meindl RS (1979) Environmental and Demographic Correlates of Mortality in 19th Century Franklin County, Massachusetts. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
  • Meindl RS (1980) Family formation and health in 19th century Franklin County, Massachusetts. In BDyke and WMorrill (eds.): Genealogical Demography. New York: Academic Press, pp. 235250.
  • Meindl RS (1984) Components of longevity: Developmental and genetic respones to differential childhood mortality. Soc. Sci. Med. 16: 165174.
  • Meindl RS, and Swedlund AC (1977) Secular trends in mortality in the Connecticut Valley, 1700–1850. Hum. Biol. 49: 389414.
  • Messer E (1986) The “small but healthy” hypothesis: Historical, political and ecological influences on nutritional standards. Hum. Ecol. 14: 5776.
  • Mielke JH, Pitkaanen KJ, Jorde LB, Fellman JO, and Eriksson AW (1987) Demographic patterns in the Aland Islands, Finland, 1970–1900. Yrbk. Popul. Res. Finland 25: 5774.
  • NAS (1977) World food and nutrition study. Report to the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs. Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences.
  • Nathanson C (1984) Sex differences in mortality. Annu. Rev. Sociol. 10: 191213.
  • Nissenbaum S (1980) Sex, Diet and Disability in Jacksonian America: Sylvester Graham and Health Reform. Westview, Conn.: Greenwood.
  • O'Neil JD (1986) Colonial stress in the Canadian arctic: An ethnography of young adults changing. In CRJanes, RStall, and SMGifford (eds.): Anthropology and Epidemiology. Boston: D. Reidel, pp. 249274.
  • Ortner DJ (1989) Theoretical and methodological issues in paleopathology. In DJOrtner and ACAufderheide (eds.): Human paleopathology: current syntheses and future options. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press. (In press)
  • Palmblad J (1977) Malnutrition and Host Defence. Ph.D. Dissertation, Dept. of Medicine, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm.
  • Prosser CL (1964) Perspectives of adaptation: Theoretical aspects. In DBDill and EFAdolph (eds.): Adaptation to the Environment, Section 4, Handbook of Physiology. Washington: American Physiology Society, pp. 1125.
  • Rabkin, JG, and Struening EL (1976) Life events, stress and illness. Science 194: 10131020.
  • Reynolds V, Jenner DA, Palmer CD, and Harrison GA (1981) Catecholamine excretion rates in relation to life-styles in the male population of Otmoor, Oxfordshire. Ann. Hum. Biol. 8: 197209.
  • Rose JC, Armelagos GJ, and Lallo J (1978) Histological enamel indicators of childhood stress in prehistoric skeletal samples. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 49: 511516.
  • Rose JC, Condon KW, and Goodman AH (1985) Diet and dentition: Developmental defects. In BGilbert and JMielke (eds.): The Analysis of Prehistoric Diets. Orlando: Academic Press, pp. 281305.
  • Selye H (1936) A syndrome produced by noxious agents. Nature 138: 32.
  • Selye H (1950) Stress. Montreal: Medical Publishers.
  • Selye H (1955) Fifth Report on Stress. Montreal: Medical Publishers.
  • Selye H (1956) The Stress of Life. New York: McGraw-Hill.
  • Selye H (1973) The evolution of the stress concept. Am. Sci. 61: 692699.
  • Siegel MI, Doyle WJ, and Kelley C (1977) Heat stress, fluctuating asymmetry and prenatal selection in the laboratory rat. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 46: 121126.
  • Slonim NB (1974) Introduction. In NBSlonim (ed.): Environmental Physiology. St. Louis: C.V. Mosby, pp. 19.
  • Spradley JP, and Phillips M (1972) Culture and stress: A quantitative analysis. Am. Anthropol. 74: 518529.
  • Steckel RH (1986) Birth weights and infant mortality among American slaves. Explorations Econ. Hist. 23: 173198.
  • Steegman AT (1985) 18th century British military stature: Growth cessation, selective recruiting, secular trends, nutrition at birth, cold and occupation. Hum. Biol. 57: 7795.
  • Steinbock RT (1976) Paleopathological Diagnosis and Interpretation. Springfield, Illinois: CC Thomas.
  • Stimson S (1985) Sex differences in environmental sensitivity during growth and development. Yrbk. Phys. Anthropol. 28: 123147.
  • Stini WA (1969) Nutritional stress and growth: Sex differences in adaptive response. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 31: 417426.
  • Stini WA (1985) Growth rates and sexual dimorphism in evolutionary perspective. In BGilbert and JMielke (eds.): The Analysis of Prehistoric Diets. Orlando: Academic Press, pp. 191226.
  • Summers KM, Harrison GA, Hume DA, and Parmer CD (1983) Urinary hormone levels: A population study of associations between steroid and catecholamine excretion rates. Ann. Hum. Biol. 10 ( 2 ): 99110.
  • Sutphen JL (1985) Growth as a measure of nutritional status. J. Pediatric. Gastroenterol. Nutr. 4: 169181.
  • Sutter FK (1980) Communal Versus Individual Socialization at Home and in School in Rural and Urban Western Samoa. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Hawaii, Honolulu.
  • Swedlund AC (1978) Historical demography as population ecology. Ann. Rev. Anthropol. 7: 137173.
  • Swedlund AC (in press) Infant and childhood mortality in the 19th century United States: A view from rural Massachusetts. In ACSwedlund and GJArmelagos (eds.): Disease in Populations in Transition: Anthropological and Epidemiological Perspectives. S. Hadley: Bergin and Garvey Publishers.
  • Swedlund AC, Meindl RS, and Gradie MI (1980) Family reconstitution in the Connecticut Valley: Progress on record linkage and the mortality survey. In BDyke and WMorrill (eds.): Genealogical Demography. New York: Academic Press, pp. 139155.
  • Tanner JM (1978) Fetus Into Man. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
  • Temkin-Greener H, and Swedlund AS (1978) Fertility transition in the Connecticut River Valley: 1740–1850. Popul. Stud. 32: 2741.
  • Theorell T, Lind E, Froberg J, Karlsson C, and Levi L (1972) A longitudinal study of 21 subjects with coronary heart disease: Life changes, catecholamine excretion, and related biochemical reactions. Psychosom. Med. 34: 505514.
  • Thomas RB (1973) Human Adaptation to a High Andean Energy Flow System. Occasional Papers in Anthropology, No. 7. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Department of Anthropology.
  • Thomas RB (1979) Effects of change on high mountain human adaptive patterns. In PWebber (ed.): High Altitude Geoecology. Boulder: Westview Press, pp. 139188.
  • Thomas RB, Winterhalder B, and McRae SD (1979) An anthropological approach to human ecology and adaptive dynamics. Yrbk. Phys. Anthropol. 22: 146.
  • Tucker CM (1987) The Contribution of Children to Household Production in an Andean Community. Unpublished M.A. Thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
  • Ubelaker DH (1978) Human Skeletal Remains. Chicago: Aldine.
  • Van Gerven DP, Sandford MK, and Hummert JR (1981) Mortality and culture change in Nubia's Batn el Hajar. J. Hum. Evol. 10: 395408.
  • Whorton JC (1982) Crusaders for Fitness. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
  • Young A (1980) The discourse on stress and the reproduction of conventional knowledge. Soc. Sci. Med. 14B: 133146.