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Humoral medicine and informant variability: an analysis of acculturation and cognitive change among Guatemalan villagers



Humoral medicine and informant variability: an analysis of acculturation and cognitive change among Guatemalan villagers



Anthropos 74(5/6): 785-802



The concept of humoral medicine is explained and an account is presented of the relevant practices among the Indian population of the Guatemalan highlands.

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Accession: 000903836

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DOI: 10.2307/40460139



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