ANT 455 - Human Growth and Development
2017-2018 Catalog Year:
This course examines human and nonhuman primate growth and development from conception to maturity through an evolutionary and cross-cultural perspective. Students investigate genetic, social, and ecological influences on growth, including individual and population variations and secular trends. Particular focus on prenatal development, pregnancy, infancy and breastfeeding, reproductive ecology, and menopause.
Prerequisite: Nine social science credits including ANT 111, or BIO 203; or instructor permission.
Offered: Not on a regular basis.
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