By Joel D. Irish, G. Richard Scott
Companion to Dental Anthropology offers a set of unique readings addressing all elements and sub-disciplines of the sector of dental anthropology—from its origins and evolution via to the most recent clinical research.
- Represents the main complete assurance of all sub-disciplines of dental anthropology to be had today
- Features person chapters written through specialists of their particular quarter of dental research
- Includes authors who additionally current effects from their study via case experiences or voiced critiques approximately their work
- Offers vast assurance of issues in relation to dental evolution, morphometric version, and pathology
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Tooth Wear and Culture: A Survey of Tooth Functions among Some Prehistoric Populations. Current Anthropology, 13: 511–526. A. (1957). The Aleut Dentition. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. T. (1938). The Teeth of the Indians of Pecos Pueblo. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 23: 261–293. E. (1987). Fossils, Teeth and Sex: New Perspectives on Human Evolution. Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press. O. (1949). The East Greenland Eskimo Dentition. Meddelelser om Grønland, 142: 1–244.
Smith, and others, developed new insights into the variation and development of primate teeth. Topics explored included tooth combs in prosimians, developmental rates, growth disturbances, enamel thickness, canine honing, microwear analysis, and the interaction of crown morphology and dietary behavior. This foundation set the stage for problem‐oriented research on tooth form, function, and evolution for diverse primate species. In 1985, during the annual meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists (AAPA) in Knoxville, TN, researchers who focused on teeth listed more than 150 anthropologists and dentists with teaching and research interests in the field.
S. (1948). Dentition of Indian Crania from Texas. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 6: 63–84. J. Armelagos (1985). Factors Affecting the Distribution of Enamel Hypoplasias within the Permanent Dentition. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 68: 479–493. C. Rose (1990). Assessment of Systemic Physiological Perturbations from Dental Enamel Hypoplasias and Associated Histological Structures. Yearbook of Physical Anthropology, 33: 59–110. G. Turner II, and S. Zegura (1986). The Settlement of the Americas: A Comparison of the Linguistic, Dental, and Genetic Evidence.
A Companion to Dental Anthropology by Joel D. Irish, G. Richard Scott