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List of PDF Full Texts available from EurekaMag Chapter 68235

Chapter 68235 contains a list of PDF Full Texts available from EurekaMag.





Prehistoric Soil and Water Conservation on Chapin Mesa, Southwestern Colorado
, American Antiquity 28(4): 441-455 (1963)

Verbal Attitudes Scores from Responses Obtained in the Projective Technique
, Sociometry 3(1): 24-48 (1940)

Hypotheses on the Origin of Canadian Thule Culture
, American Antiquity 28(4): 456-464 (1963)

A Sociometric Study of Race Cleavage in the Classroom.by Joan Henning Criswell
, Sociometry 3(1): 105-108 (1940)

The Ringo Site, Southeastern Arizona
, American Antiquity 28(4): 465-481 (1963)

Feasible Ocean Routes to and from the Americas in Pre-Columbian Times
, American Antiquity 28(4): 482-488 (1963)

Time Perspective within the Coalescent Tradition in South Dakota
, American Antiquity 28(4): 489-495 (1963)

Statistics of Social Configurations
, Sociometry 1(3-4): 342-374 (1938)

The Statistical Use of Artifact Distributions to Establish Chronological Sequence
, American Antiquity 28(4): 496-509 (1963)

Managed by the Markets: How Finance Re-Shaped Americaby Gerald F. Davis;The Road to Financial Reformation: Warnings, Consequences, Reformsby Henry Kaufman
, Administrative Science Quarterly 55(1): 150-155 (2010)

Enabling Creative Chaos: The Organization behind the Burning Man Event.by Katherine K. Chen
, Administrative Science Quarterly 55(1): 156-158 (2010)

Building Theories of Organization: The Constitutive Role of Communicationby Linda L. Putnam; Anne M. Nicotera
, Administrative Science Quarterly 55(1): 159-161 (2010)

The Collaborative Public Manager: New Ideas for the Twenty-first Centuryby Rosemary O'Leary; Lisa Blomgren Bingham
, Administrative Science Quarterly 55(1): 165-166 (2010)

The Truth about Middle Managers: Who They Are, How They Work, Why They Matterby Paul Osterman
, Administrative Science Quarterly 55(1): 167-169 (2010)

Crisis Management in a Complex Worldby Dawn R. Gilpin; Priscilla J. Murphy
, Administrative Science Quarterly 55(1): 170-171 (2010)

Bullish on Uncertainty: How Organizational Cultures Transform Participantsby Alexandra Michel; Stanton Wortham
, Administrative Science Quarterly 55(1): 172-174 (2010)

Corporate Co-evolution: A Political Perspectiveby Suzana B. Rodriques; John Child
, Administrative Science Quarterly 55(1): 175-178 (2010)

Archaeological Materials from the Chukchi Peninsula
, American Antiquity 28(4): 529-536 (1963)

Status and Contrastatus
, Sociometry 22(1): 23-43 (1959)

Liquidated: An Ethnography of Wall Streetby Karen Ho
, Administrative Science Quarterly 55(2): 320-323 (2010)

Accountants' Truth: Knowledge and Ethics in the Financial Worldby Matthew Gill
, Administrative Science Quarterly 55(2): 324-327 (2010)

Deception: From Ancient Empires to Internet Datingby Brooke Harrington
, Administrative Science Quarterly 55(2): 328-331 (2010)

The Sense of Dissonance: Accounts of Worth in Economic Lifeby David Stark; Daniel Beunza; Monique Girard; Jnos Lukcs
, Administrative Science Quarterly 55(2): 332-334 (2010)

Healing Together: The Labor-Management Partnership at Kaiser Permanenteby Thomas A. Kochan; Adrienne E. Eaton; Robert M. McKersie; Paul S. Adler
, Administrative Science Quarterly 55(2): 335-336 (2010)

Between Movement and Establishment: Organizations Advocating for Youthby Milbrey McLaughlin; W. Richard Scott; Sarah Deschenes; Katherine Hopkins; Anne Newman
, Administrative Science Quarterly 55(2): 337-338 (2010)

Emerging Multinationals in Emerging Marketsby Ravi Ramamurti; Jitendra V. Singh
, Administrative Science Quarterly 55(2): 339-343 (2010)

The Influence of Culture on Human Resource Management Processes and Practicesby Dianna Stone; Eugene Stone-Romero
, Administrative Science Quarterly 55(2): 344-346 (2010)

Exploring Positive Identities and Organizations: Building a Theoretical and Research Foundationby Laura Morgan Roberts; Jane E. Dutton
, Administrative Science Quarterly 55(2): 347-349 (2010)

Some Recent Radiocarbon Dates for Western Venezuela
, American Antiquity 28(4): 537-540 (1963)

A Mold Matrix from Peru
, American Antiquity 28(4): 545-547 (1963)

Cognitive Consistency, Response Reinforcement, and Attitude Change
, Sociometry 22(3): 219-229 (1959)

Dating Early Plain Buttons by Their Form
, American Antiquity 28(4): 551-554 (1963)

Who Shall Survive?by Jacob L. Moreno
, Sociometry 17(1): 77-91 (1954)

A New Look at Geochronology in the Upper Great Lakes Region
, American Antiquity 28(4): 558-559 (1963)

Authoritarianism and Conformity
, Sociometry 26(1): 21-34 (1963)

The Old Women's Buffalo Jump, Albertaby Richard G. Forbis;Symposium on Buffalo Jumpsby Carling Malouf; Stuart Conner
, American Antiquity 28(4): 561-562 (1963)

A Primer of Sociometry.by Mary L. Northway
, Sociometry 15(3-4): 400 (1952)

Aztecs of Mexico: Origin, Rise and Fall of the Aztec Nationby George C. Vaillant; Suzannah B. Vaillant
, American Antiquity 28(4): 562-563 (1963)

Rating Response Set as a Function of Objective Status Criteria
, Sociometry 21(4): 281-291 (1958)

Authority and Interaction
, Sociometry 27(1): 1-18 (1964)

Archaeology of Easter Island. Reports of the Norwegian Archaeological Expedition to Easter Island and the East Pacificby Thor Heyerdahl; Edwin N. Ferdon
, American Antiquity 28(4): 565-567 (1963)

A Forced Choice Form of the F Scale-Free of Acquiescent Response Set
, Sociometry 27(1): 54-65 (1964)

Prehistoric Man on the Great Plainsby Waldo R. Wedel
, American Antiquity 28(4): 567-568 (1963)

Judgmental Response Sets in the Perception of Sociometric Status
, Sociometry 17(3): 207-227 (1954)

Group Relations at the Crossroads.by Muzafer Sherif; M. O. Wilson
, Sociometry 17(3): 285-287 (1954)

Early Man in the New Worldby Kenneth MacGowan; Joseph A. Hester,
, American Antiquity 28(4): 569-570 (1963)

Incidents of Travel in Yucatanby John Lloyd Stephens; Frederick Catherwood; Victor Wolfgang von Hagen
, American Antiquity 28(4): 571-572 (1963)

River Basin Surveys Papers, Inter-Agency Archeological Salvage Program, Numbers 21-24by Frank H. H. Roberts, Jr
, American Antiquity 28(4): 573-574 (1963)

Archaeological and Other Evidence: A Fresh Look at the "Laurentian Iroquois"
, American Antiquity 33(4): 429-440 (1968)

La Vocation Actuelle de la Sociologie.by Georges Gurvitch
, Sociometry 16(4): 355-356 (1953)

Environmental Potential and the Postglacial Readaptation in Eastern North America
, American Antiquity 33(4): 441-445 (1968)

Mesoamerican Polyhedral Cores and Prismatic Blades
, American Antiquity 33(4): 446-478 (1968)

A Suggested Terminology and Classification for Burial Description
, American Antiquity 33(4): 479-485 (1968)

The Validity of Sociometric Responses
, Sociometry 18(3): 181-206 (1955)

Chalcatzingo, Morelos, Mexico: A Reappraisal of the Olmec Rock Carvings
, American Antiquity 33(4): 486-491 (1968)

Group Performance Under Feedback that Confounds Responses of Group Members
, Sociometry 20(4): 297-305 (1957)

Three Long-Nosed God Masks from Western Illinois
, American Antiquity 33(4): 495-498 (1968)

A Key Pictograph from the Bloodvein River, Manitoba
, American Antiquity 33(4): 499-501 (1968)

Some Effects of Discrepancy Level on Responses to Negative Information About One's Self
, Sociometry 29(1): 52-66 (1966)

The Maintenance of a Learned Response in Controlled Interpersonal Conditions
, Sociometry 22(2): 124-138 (1959)

The Effect of Acquiescence Response-Set Upon Relationships Among the F Scale, Ethnocentrism, and Intelligence
, Sociometry 22(2): 153-161 (1959)

A Dugout Canoe from Renfrew County, Ontario
, American Antiquity 33(4): 501-502 (1968)

The Utilization of Flakes for Cleaning Fish
, American Antiquity 33(4): 502-503 (1968)

Class Differences in Boys' Choices of Authority Roles
, Sociometry 25(1): 117-119 (1962)

Attitude Change by Response Reinforcement: Replication and Extension
, Sociometry 22(4): 328-335 (1959)

Dry-Cleaning Tags in the Archaeological Laboratory
, American Antiquity 33(4): 504-505 (1968)

Anachronism and Synchronism in Sociology
, Sociometry 21(1): 17-29 (1958)

County Antiquities Legislation, New Hope for Archaeological Preservation
, American Antiquity 33(4): 505-506 (1968)

Authoritarianism and Intolerance of Nonconformists
, Sociometry 24(2): 198-216 (1961)

Review Article: Types of Formalization in Small-Group Research
, Sociometry 26(3): 373-390 (1963)

More about Earth-Shaking Equipment
, American Antiquity 33(4): 507-509 (1968)

"Hit-and-Run" Archaeology: A Rejoinder to Jett
, American Antiquity 33(4): 509-511 (1968)

A Scale Pattern of Opinion Correlates: Communication Networks, Media Exposure, and Concomitant Responses
, Sociometry 16(3): 266-271 (1953)

A Human Skeleton from Sediments of Mid-Pinedale Age in Southeastern Washington
, American Antiquity 33(4): 511-515 (1968)

A Mass Communication Model of Stimulus Response Relationships: An Experiment in Leaflet Message Diffusion
, Sociometry 19(1): 12-25 (1956)

Computer Analysis of Chronological Seriationby Frank Hole; Mary Shaw
, American Antiquity 33(4): 517-519 (1968)

Conquistadores without Swords: Archaeologists in the Americasby Leo Deuel
, American Antiquity 33(4): 519-520 (1968)

The Effect of Acquiescence Response-Set Upon the Relationship of the F Scale and Conformity
, Sociometry 23(1): 69-71 (1960)

Iroquois Culture, History, and Prehistoryby Elisabeth Tooker
, American Antiquity 33(4): 520-521 (1968)

The Fristoe Burial Complex of Southwestern Missouriby W. Raymond Wood
, American Antiquity 33(4): 521-522 (1968)

Effects of Sex, Response Order, and Expertise in Conformity: A Dispositional Approach
, Sociometry 33(3): 239-252 (1970)

The Gilbert Site, a Norteno Focus Site in Northeastern Texasby Edward B. Jelks
, American Antiquity 33(4): 523-524 (1968)

Caldwell Villageby J. Richard Ambler
, American Antiquity 33(4): 524-525 (1968)

Hells Canyon Archeologyby Warren W. Caldwell; Oscar L. Mallory
, American Antiquity 33(4): 525-526 (1968)

Beneficiary Attractiveness and Cost as Determinants of Responses to Routine Requests for Help
, Sociometry 38(1): 131-140 (1975)

Affective consciousness in animals: perspectives on dimensional and primary process emotion approaches
, Proceedings: Biological Sciences 277(1696): 2905-2907 (2010)

On the number of sons born and shorter lifespan in historical Sami mothers
, Proceedings: Biological Sciences 277(1696): 2909-2911 (2010)

Atypical gaze patterns in children and adults with autism spectrum disorders dissociated from developmental changes in gaze behaviour
, Proceedings: Biological Sciences 277(1696): 2935-2943 (2010)

Viability selection prior to trait expression is an essential component of natural selection
, Proceedings: Biological Sciences 277(1696): 2945-2950 (2010)

Quantitative measures of sexual selection reveal no evidence for sex-role reversal in a sea spider with prolonged paternal care
, Proceedings: Biological Sciences 277(1696): 2951-2956 (2010)

Floral colour versus phylogeny in structuring subalpine flowering communities
, Proceedings: Biological Sciences 277(1696): 2957-2965 (2010)

The argonaut shell: gas-mediated buoyancy control in a pelagic octopus
, Proceedings: Biological Sciences 277(1696): 2967-2971 (2010)

The Thatcher illusion in humans and monkeys
, Proceedings: Biological Sciences 277(1696): 2973-2981 (2010)

Signal diffusion and the mitigation of social exploitation in pneumococcal competence signalling
, Proceedings: Biological Sciences 277(1696): 2991-2999 (2010)

Upside-down spiders build upside-down orb webs: web asymmetry, spider orientation and running speed in Cyclosa
, Proceedings: Biological Sciences 277(1696): 3019-3025 (2010)

Less is more: density influences the development of behavioural life skills in trout
, Proceedings: Biological Sciences 277(1696): 3035-3043 (2010)

The High Plains and Their Utilization by the Indian
, American Antiquity 29(1): 1-16 (1963)

Check-Stamped Pottery on the Northern and Central Great Plains
, American Antiquity 29(1): 17-26 (1963)

The Archaeology of the Cave of the Owls in the Upper Montana of Peru
, American Antiquity 29(1): 27-38 (1963)

Is There a Hohokam-Pima Culture Continuum?
, American Antiquity 29(1): 61-66 (1963)

Inferences on the Use Position of San Dieguito Percussion-Flaked Artifacts
, American Antiquity 29(1): 82-89 (1963)

The Expansion of Organizational Authority and Conditions Affecting Its Denial
, Sociometry 34(1): 91-113 (1971)

Conditions for Status Equality in Informal Task Groups
, Sociometry 37(2): 174-188 (1974)

A Unique Maya Shrine Site on the Mountain Pine Ridge of British Honduras
, American Antiquity 29(1): 98-99 (1963)

Olmec and Chavin: Rejoinder to Lanning
, American Antiquity 29(1): 101-104 (1963)

An Incised Mochica Knife of Copper
, American Antiquity 29(1): 104-105 (1963)

Thickness and Fluting of Paleo-Indian Projectile Points
, American Antiquity 29(1): 105-106 (1963)

Rouletting. A Misnomer
, American Antiquity 29(1): 113-114 (1963)

Occurrence of Overall Corded Pottery in the Upper Ottawa Valley, Canada
, American Antiquity 29(1): 114-115 (1963)

A Practical Field Method for the Preservation of Soil Profiles from Archaeological Cuts
, American Antiquity 29(1): 116-118 (1963)

Two Fired-Clay Figurines from Central California
, American Antiquity 29(1): 118-120 (1963)

The Archaeology of Wilson Butte Cave, South-Central Idahoby Ruth Gruhn
, American Antiquity 29(1): 124-125 (1963)

Eva, an Archaic Siteby Thomas M. N. Lewis; Madeline Kneberg Lewis
, American Antiquity 29(1): 125-127 (1963)

The Human Skeleton, A Manual for Archaeologistsby J. E. Anderson
, American Antiquity 29(1): 127-128 (1963)

Latency of Verbal Response and Participation in Small Groups
, Sociometry 35(1): 161-175 (1972)

The Authoritarianism-Rebellion Scale: A Balanced F Scale with Left-Wing Reversals
, Sociometry 35(1): 176-189 (1972)

The Kyle Site: A Stratified Central Texas Aspect Site in Hill County, Texasby Edward B. Jelks
, American Antiquity 29(1): 129-130 (1963)

Archeology of the John H. Kerr Reservoir, Roanoke River, Virginia-North Carolinaby Carl F. Miller; Frank H. H. Roberts, Jr.; John H. Kerr; Lucille E. Hoyme; William M. Bass
, American Antiquity 29(1): 130-132 (1963)

Attitude Toward an Authority and the Reporting of a Crime
, Sociometry 39(1): 76-82 (1976)

Archaeology and the Law
, American Antiquity 36(2): 125-126 (1971)

Carrying Capacity and Dynamic Equilibrium in the Prehistoric Southwest
, American Antiquity 36(2): 127-138 (1971)

Review Essay: Emotions and Social Bonds
, Social Psychology Quarterly 56(4): 300-304 (1993)

Review Essay: Shame, Anger, and Aggression
, Social Psychology Quarterly 56(4): 305-309 (1993)

Preceramic Transhumance in the Callejon de Huaylas, Peru
, American Antiquity 36(2): 139-148 (1971)

The Lithic Assemblage of the Western Desert Aborigines of Australia
, American Antiquity 36(2): 149-169 (1971)

How Men and Women Expect to Feel and Behave in Response to Inequity in Close Relationships
, Social Psychology Quarterly 55(1): 57-69 (1992)

An Early Burial from Gordon Creek, Colorado
, American Antiquity 36(2): 170-182 (1971)

Sex, Age, and Tooth Position as Factors in the Production of Tooth Wear
, American Antiquity 36(2): 182-188 (1971)

Finger-Loops and Cruciform Objects
, American Antiquity 36(2): 188-194 (1971)

An Archaic Sequence for Southern New England
, American Antiquity 36(2): 194-198 (1971)

The Production of Secondary Multiple Flakes
, American Antiquity 36(2): 198-200 (1971)

A Woodland "Mummy" from Salts Cave, Kentucky
, American Antiquity 36(2): 200-206 (1971)

On the Use of Cumulative Curves and Numerical Taxonomy
, American Antiquity 36(2): 206-209 (1971)

An Addition to Naroll's Suggested Floor Area and Settlement Population Relationship
, American Antiquity 36(2): 210-211 (1971)

Gender and Formal Authority
, Social Psychology Quarterly 56(3): 193-210 (1993)

Of the Stone Called Iztli
, American Antiquity 36(2): 213-214 (1971)

Estimates of Maya Population: Deranging Factors
, American Antiquity 36(2): 214-216 (1971)

A Quantitative Comparison of Efficiency between a Stone Axe and a Steel Axe
, American Antiquity 36(2): 216-217 (1971)

Texcoco Fabric-Marked Pottery and Salt-Making: A Further Note
, American Antiquity 36(2): 217-218 (1971)

Excavations, Glen Canyon Areaby Floyd W. Sharrock
, American Antiquity 36(2): 219-220 (1971)

Fear and Loading: Archival Traces of the Response to Extraordinary Violence
, Social Psychology Quarterly 54(4): 343-352 (1991)

The Bennett Siteby J. V. Wright; J. E. Anderson
, American Antiquity 36(2): 222-223 (1971)

Pharo Villageby John P. Marwitt
, American Antiquity 36(2): 224-225 (1971)

Early Puebloan Occupations at Tesuque By-Pass and in the Upper Rio Grande Valleyby Charles H. McNutt
, American Antiquity 36(2): 225-226 (1971)

"Agricultural History" Roundtable Complicating The Story: Oral History And The Study Of The Rural South: Lu Ann Jones, Adrienne Petty, Mark Schultz, Rebecca Sharpless, And Melissa Walker
, Agricultural History 84(3): 281-326 (2010)

"Agricultural History" Talks to Alan Marcus
, Agricultural History 84(3): 403-411 (2010)

A Coastal Chumash Village: Excavations of Shisholop, Ventura County, Californiaby Roberta S. Greenwood; R. O. Browne
, American Antiquity 36(2): 226-227 (1971)

The Countryside of East Anglia: Changing Landscapes, 18701950by Susanna Wade Martins; Tom Williamson
, Agricultural History 84(3): 413-414 (2010)

Ot tsarskikh sadov do sovetskikh polei: istoriia sel'skokhoziaistvennykh opytnykh uchrezhdenii Xviii20-e gody Xx vby Olga Elina
, Agricultural History 84(3): 414-415 (2010)

A History of Irish Farming, 17501950by Jonathan Bell; Mervyn Watson
, Agricultural History 84(3): 415-416 (2010)

Indian Agriculture: Challenges of Globalizationby A. Vinayak Reddy; M. Yadagira Charyulu
, Agricultural History 84(3): 418-419 (2010)

Liberty Hyde Bailey: Essential Agrarian and Environmental Writingsby Zachary Michael Jack
, Agricultural History 84(3): 419-420 (2010)

Uncertain Peril: Genetic Engineering and the Future of Seedsby Claire Hope Cummings
, Agricultural History 84(3): 420-421 (2010)

Farming with Fire and Water: The Human Ecology of a Composite Swiddening Community in Vietnam's Northern Highlandby Tran Duc Vien; A. Terry Rambo; Nguyen Thanh Lam
, Agricultural History 84(4): 538-539 (2010)

Land and People in Late Medieval Englandby Bruce M. S. Campbell
, Agricultural History 84(4): 543-544 (2010)

Tilling the Hateful Earth: Agricultural Production and Trade in the Late Antique Eastby Michael Decker
, Agricultural History 84(4): 544-545 (2010)

Noble Brutes: How Eastern Horses Transformed English Cultureby Donna Landry
, Agricultural History 84(4): 545-546 (2010)

The Fishermen's Frontier: People and Salmon in Southeast Alaskaby David F. Arnold
, Agricultural History 84(4): 546-548 (2010)

Squeezed: What You Don't Know About Orange Juiceby Alissa Hamilton
, Agricultural History 84(4): 549-550 (2010)

Westhope: Life as a Former Farm Boyby Dean Hulse
, Agricultural History 84(4): 550-551 (2010)

Dreaming the Biosphere: The Theater of All Possibilitiesby Rebecca Reider
, Agricultural History 84(4): 551-552 (2010)

Modernizing a Slave Economy: The Economic Vision of the Confederate Nationby John Majewski
, Agricultural History 84(4): 552-554 (2010)

Florida's Working-Class Past: Current Perspectives on Labor, Race, and Gender from Spanish Florida to the New Immigrationby Robert Cassanello; Melanie Shell-Weiss
, Agricultural History 84(4): 554-555 (2010)

Great Depression: People and Perspectivesby Hamilton Cravens
, Agricultural History 84(4): 556-557 (2010)

Miscellaneous Collected Papers 15-18by Wayne F. Shields; John P. Marwitt; Gordon N. Keller; John D. Hunt; Erik K. Reed
, American Antiquity 36(2): 227-228 (1971)

Authoritarianism in the General Population: The Education Interaction Hypothesis
, Social Psychology Quarterly 55(4): 379-387 (1992)

The Effects of Relationship Structure on Emotional Responses to Inequity
, Social Psychology Quarterly 53(3): 214-228 (1990)

Sex and Race Effects of the Response to Intransitive Sentiment Relations
, Social Psychology Quarterly 53(3): 252-263 (1990)

Making Meaning: Revealing Attributions Through Analyses of Readers' Responses
, Social Psychology Quarterly 52(4): 280-298 (1989)

Bionicsby Lucien Grardin
, Journal of Animal Ecology 38(2): 461-462 (1969)

The Extent and Content of Poverty Point Culture
, American Antiquity 33(3): 297-321 (1968)

Muskeeta Cove 2: A Stratified Woodland Site on Long Island
, American Antiquity 33(3): 322-340 (1968)

Flotation Techniques for the Recovery of Small-Scale Archaeological Remains
, American Antiquity 33(3): 353-362 (1968)

Authority and Accountability: The Delivery of Diagnosis in Primary Health Care
, Social Psychology Quarterly 61(4): 301-320 (1998)

Doing Attributions in Medical Interaction: Patients' Explanations for Illness and Doctors' Responses
, Social Psychology Quarterly 61(4): 342-360 (1998)

Radiocarbon Dating of the Organic Portion of Ceramic and Wattle-and-Daub House Construction Materials of Low Carbon Content
, American Antiquity 33(3): 363-366 (1968)

From Ethnocentrism to Collective Protest: Responses to Relative Deprivation and Threats to Social Identity
, Social Psychology Quarterly 58(3): 195-212 (1995)

Archaeological Applications of Factor, Cluster, and Proximity Analysis
, American Antiquity 33(3): 367-375 (1968)

A Three-Sided Figurine from Izapa, Chiapas, Mexico
, American Antiquity 33(3): 376-379 (1968)

Four Maya Pottery Vessels from British Honduras
, American Antiquity 33(3): 379-382 (1968)

Jargon, Jabber and Long, Long Words
, American Antiquity 33(3): 382-383 (1968)

The Proper Way to Report Birds in Print
, American Antiquity 33(3): 384-385 (1968)

Aikens' Fremont Hypothesis and Use of Skeletal Material in Archaeological Interpretation
, American Antiquity 33(3): 385-386 (1968)

Doctrinaire Diffusionism and Acts of Faith
, American Antiquity 33(3): 386-388 (1968)

Levi-Strauss, Poverty Point, and the Misuse of Analogy
, American Antiquity 33(3): 388-390 (1968)

The Use of Historic Analogs in Archaeology
, American Antiquity 33(3): 390-392 (1968)

Review Essay: Social Psychology: Interpreting the Data
, Social Psychology Quarterly 58(4): 321-325 (1995)

Review Essay: Progress? Well, Yes and No: The States of Sociological Social Psychology
, Social Psychology Quarterly 58(4): 326-331 (1995)

Review Essay: Social Psycholigy in the Eighties
, Social Psychology Quarterly 58(4): 332-335 (1995)

Ceramics for the Archaeologistby Anna O. Shepard
, American Antiquity 33(3): 394-395 (1968)

Review Essay: Providing for the Common Good
, Social Psychology Quarterly 57(4): 360-367 (1994)

Review Essay: Targeting the Critical Mass
, Social Psychology Quarterly 57(4): 368-372 (1994)

Edge Area Archaeologyby James E. Fitting
, American Antiquity 33(3): 395-396 (1968)

The Ethnoarcheology of Crow Village, Alaskaby Wendell H. Oswalt; James W. van Stone
, American Antiquity 33(3): 396-397 (1968)

The Boarding School Bison Drive Siteby Thomas F. Kehoe
, American Antiquity 33(3): 397-398 (1968)

The Black Partizan Siteby Warren W. Caldwell
, American Antiquity 33(3): 398-399 (1968)

Excavations in Toledo Bend Reservoir 1964-65by Burney B. McClurkan; William T. Field; J. Ned Woodall
, American Antiquity 33(3): 399-400 (1968 )

Excavations at Stillhouse Hollow Reservoirby William M. Sorrow; Harry J. Shafer; Richard E. Ross
, American Antiquity 33(3): 400-401 (1968)

Archaeological Excavations in Lower Glen Canyon, Utah, 1959-60by Paul V. Long,
, American Antiquity 33(3): 401-402 (1968)

The Archeological Survey of Wetherill Mesa, Mesa Verde National Park, Coloradoby Alden C. Hayes
, American Antiquity 33(3): 402-403 (1968)

An Appraisal of Tree-Ring Dated Pottery in the Southwestby David A. Breternitz
, American Antiquity 33(3): 403-404 (1968)

The Salvage Archeology of the Bear Creek Site (Sjo-112), a Terminal Central California Early Horizon Siteby William H. Olsen; Norman L. Wilson
, American Antiquity 33(3): 404-405 (1968)

Ancient Maya Relief Sculptureby Merle Greene
, American Antiquity 33(3): 405-406 (1968)

Recherches Archeologiques dans la Vallee du Tempisque, Guanacaste, Costa Ricaby Claude F. Baudez
, American Antiquity 33(3): 406-407 (1968)

History and Distribution of the Cultivated Cucurbits in the Americas
, American Antiquity 26(4): 469-485 (1961)

The Paleolithic of Trans-Baikal
, American Antiquity 26(4): 486-497 (1961)

Miniature Mushroom Stones from Guatemala
, American Antiquity 26(4): 498-504 (1961)

The Zoned Bichrome Period in Northwestern Costa Rica
, American Antiquity 26(4): 505-515 (1961)

A Long Architectural Sequence at Teotihuacan
, American Antiquity 26(4): 516-523 (1961)

Miniature Peruvian Shirts with Horizontal Neck Openings
, American Antiquity 26(4): 524-531 (1961)

A Mochica Painting at Panamarca, Peru
, American Antiquity 26(4): 540-543 (1961)

Age of the Skeleton from the Lagow Sand Pit, Texas
, American Antiquity 26(4): 543-545 (1961)

A Revised Interpretation of the Lagow Discovery, Texas
, American Antiquity 26(4): 545-548 (1961)

A Radiocarbon Date from the Central Coast of Peru
, American Antiquity 26(4): 548-550 (1961)

Fluted Points on the South Carolina Coast
, American Antiquity 26(4): 550-552 (1961)

A Glacial Kame Wolf Mask-Headdress
, American Antiquity 26(4): 552-553 (1961)

Microblades at Cahokia, Illinois
, American Antiquity 26(4): 553-557 (1961)

B.P.: Before Present, or Bad Policy?
, American Antiquity 26(4): 557-558 (1961)

A New Point Type from Hell Gap Valley, Eastern Wyoming
, American Antiquity 26(4): 558-560 (1961)

The Short-Nosed God from the Emmons Site, Illinois
, American Antiquity 26(4): 560-563 (1961)

A Ball Court at Point of Pines, Arizona
, American Antiquity 26(4): 563-567 (1961)

A Report on a Bluff Shelter in Northeastern Oklahoma (Dl-47)by David A. Baerreis; Joan E. Freeman;An Archaeological Report on a Cave Deposit in Northeastern Oklahoma (Dl-30)by Joan E. Freeman
, American Antiquity 26(4): 568-569 (1961)

The Archaeology of Hamilton County, Ohioby S. Frederick Starr
, American Antiquity 26(4): 571-572 (1961)

The Archeology of the Childersburg Site, Alabamaby David L. DeJarnette; Asael T. Hansen
, American Antiquity 26(4): 573-574 (1961)

The Bayshore Homes Site, St. Petersburg, Floridaby William H. Sears
, American Antiquity 26(4): 574-575 (1961)

Geological Significance of a New Radiocarbon Date from the Lindenmeier Siteby Vance Haynes; George Agogino
, American Antiquity 26(4): 575-576 (1961)

Archeological Explorations in the Region of the Frailesca, Chiapas, Mexicoby Carlos Navarrete
, American Antiquity 26(4): 577-578 (1961)

Tarukishi Remains;Tachikawa: Pre-Ceramic Stone Industries at the Tachikawa Site, Southern Hokkaido
, American Antiquity 26(4): 578-579 (1961)

Smudge Pits and Hide Smoking: The Use of Analogy in Archaeological Reasoning
, American Antiquity 32(1): 1-12 (1967)

Methods for the Descriptive Analysis of Archaeological Material
, American Antiquity 32(1): 13-30 (1967)

Atlatl Weights from Certain Sites on the Northern and Central Great Plains
, American Antiquity 32(1): 36-53 (1967)

The Ceramics of Huistla, a West Mexican Site in the Municipality of Etzatlan, Jalisco
, American Antiquity 32(1): 64-83 (1967)

Ammonium Chloride Powder Used in the Photography of Artifacts
, American Antiquity 32(1): 104-105 (1967)

A System of Archaeological Sites Designation for Alaska
, American Antiquity 32(1): 107-108 (1967)

Midden Circles versus Mescal Pits
, American Antiquity 32(1): 108-109 (1967)

An Olmec "Were-Jaguar" from the Yucatan Peninsula
, American Antiquity 32(1): 109-111 (1967)

An Olmec Serpentine Figurine at Dumbarton Oaks
, American Antiquity 32(1): 111-113 (1967)

Joris van Speilbergen's Journal and a Site in the Huarmey Valley, Peru
, American Antiquity 32(1): 113-116 (1967)

Ancient Europeby Stuart Piggott
, American Antiquity 32(1): 117-118 (1967)

Studies on the Chemical Analysis of Archaeological Sitesby Sherburne F. Cook; Robert F. Heizer
, American Antiquity 32(1): 118-119 (1967)

Archaeological Implications on the Role of Salt as an Element of Cultural Diffusionby Richard O. Keslin
, American Antiquity 32(1): 119-120 (1967)

Excavations at the Mayport Mound, Floridaby Rex K. Wilson
, American Antiquity 32(1): 120-121 (1967)

Biggham Creek Site of McCurtain County, Oklahomaby Don G. Wyckoff
, American Antiquity 32(1): 121-122 (1967)

Contributions to Mesa Verde Archaeology: Ii, Site 875, Mesa Verde National Park, Coloradoby Robert H. Lister
, American Antiquity 32(1): 122-123 (1967)

Archaeology of the Ute Dam and Reservoirby Laurens C. Hammack
, American Antiquity 32(1): 123-124 (1967)

Caddis Larvaeby Norman E. Hickin
, Journal of Animal Ecology 38(2): 462-463 (1969)

Excavationes en la costa central del Peru (1955-58)by Ernesto E. Tabio
, American Antiquity 32(1): 127-128 (1967)

Nankoweap to Unkar: An Archaeological Survey of the Upper Grand Canyon
, American Antiquity 30(3): 278-296 (1965)

Unregulated Diffusion from Mexico into the Southwest Prior to A.D. 700
, American Antiquity 30(3): 297-309 (1965)

Incised Slate Disks from the Atlantic Watershed of Costa Rica
, American Antiquity 30(3): 310-329 (1965)

The Inscription of the Temple of the Cross at Palenque
, American Antiquity 30(3): 330-342 (1965)

A Copper Ornament and a Stone Mask from Middle America
, American Antiquity 30(3): 343-345 (1965)

Barren Ground Caribou (Rangifer arcticus) from an Early Man Site in Southeastern Michigan
, American Antiquity 30(3): 350-351 (1965)

An Antler Artifact from the Late Pleistocene of Northeastern Texas
, American Antiquity 30(3): 351-352 (1965)

The Milling Stone Complex, Genuine or Spurious
, American Antiquity 30(3): 352-353 (1965)

Small Pressures and Cultural Drift as Explanations for Abandonment of the San Juan Area, New Mexico and Arizona
, American Antiquity 30(3): 353-355 (1965)

Petroglyphs of the Glen Canyon Regionby Christy G. Turner,
, American Antiquity 30(3): 356-357 (1965)

Pueblo Period Sites in the Piedra River Section, Navajo Reservoir Districtby Alfred E. Dittert,; Frank W. Eddy
, American Antiquity 30(3): 357-358 (1965)

Vertebrate Remains and past Environmental Reconstruction in the Navajo Reservoir Districtby Arthur H. Harris; Frank W. Eddy
, American Antiquity 30(3): 359-360 (1965)

Maya Jadesby Adrian Digby
, American Antiquity 30(3): 360-361 (1965)

Andes 2, Excavations at Kotosh, Peru, 1960by Seiiche Izumi; Toshihiko Sono; Fumio Maekawa; Hisashi Sato; Naotsume Watanabe; Shuko Iwatsuka
, American Antiquity 30(3): 361-362 (1965)

Arqueologia de Manabi Centralby Emilio Estrada
, American Antiquity 30(3): 362-363 (1965)

Anthropological Papers, Nos. 63-67
, American Antiquity 30(3): 363-364 (1965)

The Cultural Sequence at the Packard Site, Mayes County, Oklahomaby Don G. Wyckoff
, American Antiquity 30(3): 365-366 (1965)

The Physical Characteristics of the Aboriginal La Jollan Population of Southern Californiaby Spencer L. Rogers
, American Antiquity 30(3): 367-368 (1965)

An Early House from Chilca, Peru
, American Antiquity 30(2): 137-144 (1964)

Archaeological Excavations in Hohokam Sites of Southern Arizona
, American Antiquity 30(2): 145-161 (1964)

A Univac Analysis of Sherd Frequencies from the Carter Ranch Pueblo, Eastern Arizona
, American Antiquity 30(2): 162-167 (1964)

Archaeological Field Sampling
, American Antiquity 30(2): 181-188 (1964)

Cire Perdue Copper Casting in Pre-Columbian Mexico: An Experimental Approach
, American Antiquity 30(2): 189-192 (1964)

Hopewell Figurine Rediscovered
, American Antiquity 30(2): 195-199 (1964)

A Possible Case of Cannibalism in the Early Woodland Period of Eastern Georgia
, American Antiquity 30(2): 199-202 (1964)

A Radiocarbon Date for the Macon Earthlodge
, American Antiquity 30(2): 202-203 (1964)

A Skeptic Views the Billet Flake
, American Antiquity 30(2): 203-205 (1964)

Use of Automated Tools in Archaeology
, American Antiquity 30(2): 205-206 (1964)

Dating Lake Mohave Artifacts and Beaches
, American Antiquity 30(2): 206-209 (1964)

Occurrence of Southwestern Pottery in Los Angeles County, California
, American Antiquity 30(2): 209-210 (1964)

Early Milling Stone Horizon (Oak Grove), Santa Barbara County, California: Radiocarbon Dates
, American Antiquity 30(2): 210-213 (1964)

A Graphic Method for Recording and Illustrating Burials
, American Antiquity 30(2): 216-219 (1964)

Core Drilling in an Archaeological Site
, American Antiquity 30(2): 219-222 (1964)

An Archeological Survey along the North Shore of Lake Superiorby J. V. Wright;The W. B. Nickerson Survey and Excavations, 1912-15, of the Southern Manitoba Mounds Regionby Katherine H. Capes
, American Antiquity 30(2): 223-224 (1964)

The Devil's Mouth Site, a Stratified Campsite at Amistad Reservoir, Val Verde County, Texasby LeRoy Johnson,
, American Antiquity 30(2): 224-225 (1964)

Carnegie Museum Collection from Southeast Utahby Floyd W. Sharrock; Edward G. Keane;A Preliminary Survey of the Fontenelle Reservoir, Wyomingby David S. Dibble; Kent C. Day
, American Antiquity 30(2): 225-226 (1964)

Venezuelan Archaeologyby Irving Rouse; Jose M. Cruxent
, American Antiquity 30(2): 227-228 (1964)

Amerindia, Prehistoria y Etnologia del Nuevo Mundoby D. D. Vidart
, American Antiquity 30(2): 228-229 (1964)

Contributions to the Prehistory of the Columbia Plateauby B. Robert Butler
, American Antiquity 30(2): 230-231 (1964)

Basket Maker Iii Sites near Durango, Coloradoby Roy L. Carlson
, American Antiquity 30(2): 231-232 (1964)

Evolution of the Oldest Houseby Frederick C. Gjessing; John W. Griffin; J. Carver Harris; Albert Manucy; Hale G. Smith; J. T. van Campen; Doris C. Wiles;Search for the Cittie of Ralegh: Archaeological Excavations at Fort Raleigh National Historic Site, North Carolinaby Jean Carl Harrington
, American Antiquity 30(2): 232-233 (1964)

El Ampajanguenseby Eduardo Mario Cigliano
, American Antiquity 30(2): 233-235 (1964)

New Roles for the Amateur Archaeologist
, American Antiquity 37(1): 1-2 (1972)

Laws, Systems, and Research Designs: A Discussion of Explanation in Archaeology
, American Antiquity 37(1): 3-12 (1972)

A New Approach to Pottery Typology
, American Antiquity 37(1): 13-33 (1972)

Mechanical Basis of Percussion Flaking
, American Antiquity 37(1): 34-60 (1972)

Fremont Culture: Restatement of Some Problems
, American Antiquity 37(1): 61-66 (1972)

Peruvian Settlement Pattern Studies and Small Site Methodology
, American Antiquity 37(1): 67-81 (1972)

Arikara Native-Made Glass Pendants: Their Probable Function
, American Antiquity 37(1): 93-97 (1972)

Cultivated Plants as Evidence for Cultural Contacts
, American Antiquity 37(1): 97-104 (1972)

Settlement Pattern and Chinampa Agriculture at Tenochtitlan
, American Antiquity 37(1): 104-115 (1972)

Settlement Patterns in Two Regions of the Southern Maya Lowlands
, American Antiquity 37(1): 115-126 (1972)

Exchange Systems among the Ancient Maya
, American Antiquity 37(1): 126-135 (1972)

Family Size, Prehistoric Population Estimates, and the Ancient Maya
, American Antiquity 37(1): 135-139 (1972)

On the Life Span of Pottery, Type Frequencies, and Archaeological Inference
, American Antiquity 37(1): 141-142 (1972)

Tools of the Old and New Stone Ageby Jacques Bordaz
, American Antiquity 37(1): 143-144 (1972)

Evidence for the Origins of the Pueblo Katchina Cult as Suggested by Southwestern Rock Art
, American Antiquity 39(4): 535-545 (1974)

Variation in Protohistoric Maya Settlement Pattern
, American Antiquity 39(4): 546-556 (1974)

Explanatory Models for the Evolution of Coastal Adaptation in Prehistoric Eastern New England
, American Antiquity 39(4): 582-596 (1974)

The Thorny Oyster and the Voice of God: Spondylus and Strombus in Andean Prehistory
, American Antiquity 39(4): 597-607 (1974)

Eleanor C. Irwin
, American Antiquity 39(4): 608-609 (1974)

On the "Making" of an Assemblage of Stone Tools
, American Antiquity 39(4): 610-616 (1974)

Two Ethnographic Functions of Bird-Form Pottery from Oaxaca, Mexico
, American Antiquity 39(4): 616-617 (1974)

The Prehistory of the Tehuacan Valley. Volume Four: Chronology and Irrigationby Richard S. MacNeish; Frederick Johnson; Karl A. Wittfogel; Richard B. Woodbury; James A. Neely; Gorgonio Gil Huerta; Eva Hunt
, American Antiquity 39(4): 643-644 (1974)

The Prehistory of the Tehuacan Valley. Volume Three: Ceramicsby Richard S. Mac Neish; Frederick A. Peterson; Kent V. Flannery
, American Antiquity 39(4): 644-645 (1974)

Dating Methods in Archaeologyby Joseph W. Michels
, American Antiquity 39(4): 645-646 (1974)

An Anthropocentric Perspective for Eastern United States Prehistory
, American Antiquity 42(4): 499-518 (1977)

Geoarchaeology: The Geomorphologist and Archaeology
, American Antiquity 42(4): 519-538 (1977)

Spatial Analysis: Multiple Procedures in Pattern Recognition Studies
, American Antiquity 42(4): 539-559 (1977)

Two Middle Preclassic Engraved Monuments at Tzutzuculi on the Chiapas Coast of Mexico
, American Antiquity 42(4): 560-566 (1977)

An Archaeological Survey on the Xoxocotlan Piedmont, Oaxaca, Mexico
, American Antiquity 42(4): 567-575 (1977)

An Ancient Clay Mine at Yo' K'at, Yucatan
, American Antiquity 42(4): 575-582 (1977)

A Prehispanic Irrigation System near Santa Clara Xalostoc in the Basin of Mexico
, American Antiquity 42(4): 582-588 (1977)

Identification of a Sinagua Agricultural Field by Aerial Thermography, Soil Chemistry, Pollen/Plant Analysis, and Archaeology
, American Antiquity 42(4): 588-600 (1977)

Deerskins and Hunting Territories: Competition for a Scarce Resource of the Northeastern Woodlands
, American Antiquity 42(4): 601-605 (1977)

An Experimental Study of the Morphological Characteristics of Tool Marks
, American Antiquity 42(4): 605-616 (1977)

An Obsidian Hydration Rate for the Lower Columbia River Valley
, American Antiquity 42(4): 616-619 (1977)

Textile and Basketry Impressions from Icehouse Bottom, Tennessee
, American Antiquity 42(4): 620-625 (1977)

The Dating of Teotihuacan Contact at Altun Ha: The New Evidence
, American Antiquity 42(4): 626-628 (1977)

Recognition of Short Time Periods through Seriation
, American Antiquity 42(4): 628-629 (1977)

A Critical Appraisal of "Significance" in Contract Archaeology
, American Antiquity 42(4): 629-634 (1977)

The Central Mexican Preclassic: Is There Really Disagreement?
, American Antiquity 42(4): 634-637 (1977)

The Early Mesoamerican Villageby Kent V. Flannery
, American Antiquity 42(4): 656-659 (1977)

Mesoamerican Archaeology: New Approachesby Norman Hammond
, American Antiquity 42(4): 659-661 (1977)

Prehistoric Pottery Analysis and the Ceramics of Barton Ramie in the Belize Valleyby James C. Gifford;Ancient Maya Pottery. Two folios of Maya Pottery from the Site of Barton Ramie in British Honduras (Belize) Folio 1by James C. Gifford;Ancient Maya Pottery. Two folios of Maya Pottery from the Site of Barton Ramie in British Honduras (Belize) Folio 2by James C. Gifford; Muriel Kirkpatrick
, American Antiquity 42(4): 661-664 (1977)

Cherokee Prehistory: The Pisgah Phase in the Appalachian Summit Regionby Roy S. Dickens,
, American Antiquity 42(4): 666-668 (1977)

Behavioral Archaeologyby Michael B. Schiffer
, American Antiquity 42(4): 668-671 (1977)

Cultural Change and Continuity: Essays in Honor of James Bennett Griffinby Charles E. Cleland
, American Antiquity 42(4): 671-673 (1977)

Lurin Valley, Peru: Early Intermediate Period Settlement Development
, American Antiquity 37(4): 467-477 (1972)

Language, History and Prehistory: Mississippian Lexico-Reconstruction
, American Antiquity 37(4): 478-503 (1972)

The Need-Achievement Test Applied to the Hohokam
, American Antiquity 37(4): 504-513 (1972)

An Archaeological Survey of the Tehuacan Valley, Mexico: A Test of Color Infrared Photography
, American Antiquity 37(4): 520-527 (1972)

Mound J, Monte Alban: Possible Astronomical Orientation
, American Antiquity 37(4): 528-531 (1972)

Astronomical Tables Intended for Use in Astro-Archaeological Studies
, American Antiquity 37(4): 531-540 (1972)

Fruit Flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) From Malaysia And Brunei Darussalam: New Species And Records
, The Florida Entomologist 93(4): 483-488 (2010)

New Records Of Aphid-Plant Associations (Hemiptera: Aphididae) From Eastern Costa Rica
, The Florida Entomologist 93(4): 489-492 (2010)

Establishment And Initial Impact Of The Leaf-Beetle Gratiana Boliviana (Chrysomelidae), First Biocontrol Agent Released Against Tropical Soda Apple In Florida
, The Florida Entomologist 93(4): 493-500 (2010)

Some Fungus-Growing Ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) From Northeastern Mexico
, The Florida Entomologist 93(4): 501-504 (2010)

Behavioral Responses Of Larvae And Adults Of Estigmene Acrea (Lepidoptera: Arctiidae) To Light Of Different Wavelengths
, The Florida Entomologist 93(4): 505-509 (2010)

Gene Response To Stress In The Asian Citrus Psyllid (Hemiptera: Psyllidae)
, The Florida Entomologist 93(4): 519-525 (2010)

Two New Species In The Genus Loboscelidia (Hymenoptera: Chrysididae) From China
, The Florida Entomologist 93(4): 526-534 (2010)

Worldwide Spread Of The Graceful Twig Ant, Pseudomyrmex Gracilis (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
, The Florida Entomologist 93(4): 535-540 (2010)

New Parasitoid (Hymenoptera) Records For Bamboo-Shoot Flies (Tephritidae: Phytalmiinae And Dacinae)
, The Florida Entomologist 93(4): 541-545 (2010)

Exacerbation Of Citrus Canker By Citrus Leafminer Phyllocnistis Citrella In Florida
, The Florida Entomologist 93(4): 558-566 (2010)

A New Species Of Pyramica (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) From Mississippi, U.S.A
, The Florida Entomologist 93(4): 571-576 (2010)

A Novel Technique For Feeding And Confirming Uptake Of Bacteria In Larvae Of The Southern House Mosquito, Culex Quinquefasciatus (Diptera: Culicidae)
, The Florida Entomologist 93(4): 577-583 (2010)

Impact Of Methoprene And Pyriproxyfen On Pseudacteon Tricuspis (Diptera: Phoridae), A Parasitoid Of The Red Imported Fire Ant, Solenopsis Invicta (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
, The Florida Entomologist 93(4): 584-589 (2010)

The Impact Of Intercropping Squash With Non-Crop Vegetation Borders On The Above-Ground Arthropod Community
, The Florida Entomologist 93(4): 590-608 (2010)

Surveys Of Bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Anthophila) In Natural Areas Of Alachua County In North-Central Florida
, The Florida Entomologist 93(4): 609-629 (2010)

Susceptability Of Listronotus Maculicollis (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) Adults From Southern New England Golf Courses To Chlorpyrifos
, The Florida Entomologist 93(4): 630-632 (2010)

Evidence For Sex-Specific Pheromones In Ulomoides Dermestoides (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae)
, The Florida Entomologist 93(4): 639-641 (2010)

New Butterfly Records From Guana Island, British Virgin Islands (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae)
, The Florida Entomologist 93(4): 642-643 (2010)

Seasonal Group Behavior Of Adult Jadera Haematoloma (Hemiptera: Rhopalidae) In Central Florida Following Host Seed Exhaustion
, The Florida Entomologist 93(4): 644-646 (2010)

Lepidoptera Associated With Avocado Fruit In Guatemala
, The Florida Entomologist 93(4): 649-650 (2010)

Bill Peters And Entomology At Florida A&M University
, The Florida Entomologist 93(4): 654-658 (2010)

Uncle Sam'S Ace Insect Hunter: Senekerim Dohanian
, The Florida Entomologist 93(4): 659-662 (2010)

A Seasonal Campsite in the Peruvian Montana: Ethnography and Ecology in Archaeological Interpretation
, American Antiquity 37(4): 540-545 (1972)

Columbia Plateau Prehistory: Some Observations
, American Antiquity 37(4): 546-548 (1972)

Pairings
, Social Psychology Quarterly 73(4): 309-312 (2010)

Equity, Emotion, and Household Division of Labor Response
, Social Psychology Quarterly 73(4): 358-379 (2010)

Contraception: A Historyby Robert Jtte; Vicky Russell
, Studies in Family Planning 41(3): 236-238 (2010)

Hiv, Resurgent Infections and Population Change in Africaby Michel Caral; Judith R. Glynn
, Studies in Family Planning 41(3): 238-240 (2010)

Pre-Valdivia Occupations on the Southwest Coast of Ecuador
, American Antiquity 37(4): 548-551 (1972)

Animal Evolution: Genomes, Fossils, and Treesby Maximilian J. Telford; D.T.J. Littlewood
, Systematic Biology 59(6): 755-757 (2010)

Systema Naturae 250The Linnaean Arkby Andrew Polaszek
, Systematic Biology 59(6): 757-760 (2010)

Accommodating Heterogenous Rates of Evolution in Molecular Divergence Dating Methods: An Example Using Intercontinental Dispersal of Plestiodon (Eumeces) Lizards
, Systematic Biology 60(1): 3-15 (2011)

Can We Avoid "Sin" in the House of "No Common Mechanism"?
, Systematic Biology 60(1): 96-109 (2011)

The Cult of Assurby G. van Driel
, American Antiquity 37(4): 554-555 (1972)

Excavaciones en Cueva Funche, Guanahacabibes, Pinar del Rioby Jose M. Guarch; Ramon Dacal; Milton Pino;Academia de Ciencias de Cuba, Serie Espeleologica y Carsologica
, American Antiquity 37(4): 555-556 (1972)

Archeology of the Grayson Site, Merced County, Californiaby William H. Olsen; Louis A. Payen;Archeology of the Menjoulet Site, Merced County, Californiaby William E. Pritchard
, American Antiquity 37(4): 556-558 (1972)

The Dead at Tiburonby Thomas F. King
, American Antiquity 37(4): 558-559 (1972)

The Archaeology of Summer Island: Changing Settlement Systems in Northern Lake Michiganby David S. Brose
, American Antiquity 37(4): 559-560 (1972)

Early Archaic Projectile Points and Hunting Patterns in the Lower Illinois Valleyby Kubet Luchterhand
, American Antiquity 37(4): 560-561 (1972)

Numerical Taxonomy, R-Mode Factor Analysis, and Archaeological Classification
, American Antiquity 42(2): 163-179 (1977)

A Canadian Shield Pictograph Classification Design
, American Antiquity 42(2): 196-202 (1977)

A Late Postclassic Sweathouse in the Highlands of Guatemala
, American Antiquity 42(2): 203-209 (1977)

Preliminary Studies of the Trace Element Composition of Obsidian Artifacts from Northern Campeche, Mexico
, American Antiquity 42(2): 209-225 (1977)

Isotopic Evidence for Early Maize Cultivation in New York State
, American Antiquity 42(2): 238-242 (1977)

Ridge-Back Tools of the Colorado Desert
, American Antiquity 42(2): 242-248 (1977)

The Quantitative Analysis of Soil Phosphate
, American Antiquity 42(2): 248-252 (1977)

Ultrasonic Disaggregation of Potsherds for Mineral Separation and Analysis
, American Antiquity 42(2): 252-254 (1977)

The Grand Canyon Figurine Complex
, American Antiquity 42(2): 254-265 (1977)

Cautionary Note on Edible Meat Poundage Figures
, American Antiquity 42(2): 267-270 (1977)

The Cache River Archaeological Projectby Michael B. Schiffer; John H. House
, American Antiquity 42(2): 289-291 (1977)

Prehistoric Man and His Environments: A Case Study in the Ozark Highlandby W. Raymond Wood; R. Bruce McMillan
, American Antiquity 42(2): 291-292 (1977)

Prehistoric Maritime Adaptations of the Circumpolar Zoneby William Fitzhugh
, American Antiquity 42(2): 292-294 (1977)

Of Men and Herds in Barrenland Prehistoryby Bryan H. C. Gordon
, American Antiquity 42(2): 294-296 (1977)

Koniag Prehistory. Archaeological Investigations at Late Prehistoric Sites on Kodiak Island, Alaskaby Donald Woodforde Clark
, American Antiquity 42(2): 296-297 (1977)

An Archeological History of the Hocking Valleyby James L. Murphy
, American Antiquity 42(2): 297-298 (1977)

The Buffalo Site: A Late 17th Century Indian Village Site (46 Pu 31) in Putnam County, West Virginiaby Lee H. Hanson,
, American Antiquity 42(2): 298-299 (1977)

Sociopolitical Aspects of Canal Irrigation in the Valley of Oaxacaby Susan H. Lees
, American Antiquity 42(2): 304-307 (1977)

The Processes of Farming Diffusion in the Southwest and Great Basin
, American Antiquity 41(4): 421-429 (1976)

Prehispanic Architecture and Sculpture in Central Yucatan
, American Antiquity 41(4): 430-448 (1976)

Classic Maya Obsidian Trade
, American Antiquity 41(4): 449-464 (1976)

Demographic Correlations of the Wari Conquest of Junin
, American Antiquity 41(4): 465-477 (1976)

New Clues to Stone Tool Function: Plant and Animal Residues
, American Antiquity 41(4): 478-484 (1976)

Reconstructing Ceramic Assemblages: An Experiment to Derive the Morphology and Capacity of Parent Vessels from Sherds
, American Antiquity 41(4): 484-489 (1976)

Comparison of Iron Meteoritic Material from Ohio and Illinois Hopewellian Burial Mounds
, American Antiquity 41(4): 489-491 (1976)

An Efficient, Inexpensive Arid Lands Flotation System
, American Antiquity 41(4): 491-493 (1976)

Application of Orthophoto Mapping to Archaeological Problems
, American Antiquity 41(4): 493-497 (1976)

Thermoluminescent Dating and the Monsters of Acambaro
, American Antiquity 41(4): 497-500 (1976)

A New Approach to the Significance of the "Weighted" Spear Thrower
, American Antiquity 41(4): 500-510 (1976)

On the Orientation of Precolumbian Buildings in Central Mexico
, American Antiquity 41(4): 510-517 (1976)

Prismatic Blade Replication
, American Antiquity 41(4): 517-531 (1976)

Q = A. V: Prehistoric Water Canals in Southern Arizona
, American Antiquity 41(4): 531-534 (1976)

A Preliminary Analysis of Antemortem Tooth Loss among the Fremont
, American Antiquity 41(4): 534-537 (1976)

Rethinking the Ware Concept
, American Antiquity 41(4): 538-543 (1976)

Cultural Hiatus in the Eastern Great Basin?
, American Antiquity 41(4): 543-550 (1976)

Ancient Civilization and Tradeby Jeremy A. Sabloff; C. C. Lamberg-Karlovsky
, American Antiquity 41(4): 567-569 (1976)

Reconstructing Complex Societies: An Archaeological Colloquiumby Charlotte B. Moore
, American Antiquity 41(4): 569-571 (1976)

Les Banques de Donnees Archeologiquesby C. N. R. S
, American Antiquity 41(4): 571-575 (1976)

Sampling in Archaeologyby James W. Mueller
, American Antiquity 41(4): 575-576 (1976)

Art and Environment in Native Americaby Mary Elizabeth King; Idris R. Traylor,
, American Antiquity 41(4): 576-578 (1976)

Archaeozoological Studiesby A. T. Clason
, American Antiquity 41(4): 578-580 (1976)

The Prehistory of the Tehuacan Valley, Volume 5: Excavations and Reconnaissanceby Richard S. MacNeish; Melvin L. Fowler; Angel Garcia Cook; Frederick A. Peterson; Antoinette Nelken-Turner; James A. Neely
, American Antiquity 41(4): 581-583 (1976)

Inference in Archaeology
, American Antiquity 41(1): 58-66 (1976)

The Anomalous Ixil. Bypassed by the Postclassic?
, American Antiquity 41(1): 74-80 (1976)

A Linguistic Look at the Olmecs
, American Antiquity 41(1): 80-89 (1976)

Archaeological Data Banks in Theory and Practice
, American Antiquity 41(1): 89-96 (1976)

Xeroradiography: A New Archaeological Tool
, American Antiquity 41(1): 106-111 (1976)

Coastal Adaptation in Prehistoric New England
, American Antiquity 41(1): 112-113 (1976)

Some Suggested Alterations of Certain Portions of an Archaeological Perspective
, American Antiquity 41(1): 114-119 (1976)

Archaeological Investigations at Molpa, San Diego County, Californiaby D. L. True; C. W. Meighan; Harvey Crew
, American Antiquity 41(1): 120-121 (1976)

Five Artifact Studiesby Ivor Noel Hume
, American Antiquity 41(1): 121-122 (1976)

Essays on Archaeological Problems || Albert Spaulding and Archaeological Method and Theory
, American Antiquity 42(3): 325-329 (1977)

Essays on Archaeological Problems || Science in Archaeology: The Saints Go Marching in
, American Antiquity 42(3): 330-349 (1977)

Essays on Archaeological Problems || The Trouble with Significance Tests and What We can do about It
, American Antiquity 42(3): 350-368 (1977)

Essays on Archaeological Problems || The Meaning of Style in Archaeology: A General Model
, American Antiquity 42(3): 369-380 (1977)

Essays on Archaeological Problems || Design Analysis of Painted Pottery
, American Antiquity 42(3): 381-393 (1977)

Essays on Archaeological Problems || Quantifying Hallstatt: Some Initial Results
, American Antiquity 42(3): 394-412 (1977)

Essays on Archaeological Problems || Issues in Evaluating the Significance of Archaeological Resources
, American Antiquity 42(3): 413-420 (1977)

Essays on Archaeological Problems || Some Archaeological Correlates of Ranked Societies
, American Antiquity 42(3): 421-448 (1977)

Essays on Archaeological Problems || Late Anasazi Farming and Hunting Strategies: One Example of a Problem in Congruence
, American Antiquity 42(3): 449-461 (1977)

Historic Site Content, Structure, and Function
, American Antiquity 44(2): 213-237 (1979)

Climatic Oscillation as a Factor in the Prehistory of Amazonia
, American Antiquity 44(2): 252-266 (1979)

Geoarchaeology: The Geologist and Archaeology
, American Antiquity 44(2): 267-270 (1979)

Field Systems and Frost Drainage in the Prehistoric Agriculture of the Upper Great Lakes
, American Antiquity 44(2): 271-285 (1979)

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Comparative Evidence For The Correlated Evolution Of Polyploidy And Self-Compatibility In Solanaceae
, Evolution 65(1): 139-155 (2011)

Reproductive Patterns Shape Introgression Dynamics And Species Succession Within The European White Oak Species Complex
, Evolution 65(1): 156-170 (2011)

Calibrating Divergence Times On Species Trees Versus Gene Trees: Implications For Speciation History Of Aphelocoma Jays
, Evolution 65(1): 184-202 (2011)

Paternal Condition Drives Progeny Sex-Ratio Bias In A Lizard That Lacks Parental Care
, Evolution 65(1): 220-230 (2011)

Developmental Decoupling Of Alternative Phenotypes: Insights From The Transcriptomes Of Horn-Polyphenic Beetles
, Evolution 65(1): 231-245 (2011)

Inbreeding Depression Increases With Environmental Stress: An Experimental Study And Meta-Analysis
, Evolution 65(1): 246-258 (2011)

Intraspecific Reproductive Character Displacement In A Polymorphic Poison Dart Frog, Dendrobates Pumilio
, Evolution 65(1): 259-267 (2011)

Females Are Choosier In The Dark: Environment-Dependent Reliance On Courtship Components And Its Impact On Fitness
, Evolution 65(1): 268-282 (2011)

Directional Cultural Change By Modification And Replacement Of Memes
, Evolution 65(1): 295-300 (2011)

Evolution And Creationism In Middle Eastern Education: A New Perspective
, Evolution 65(1): 301-304 (2011)

Estimating Diversification Rates: How Useful Are Divergence Times?
, Evolution 65(2): 309-320 (2011)

Ecological Barriers To Gene Flow Between Riparian And Forest Species Of Ainsliaea (Asteraceae)
, Evolution 65(2): 335-349 (2011)

Influence Of Pollination Specialization And Breeding System On Floral Integration And Phenotypic Variation In Ipomoea
, Evolution 65(2): 350-364 (2011)

Origins And Consequences Of Serpentine Endemism In The California Flora
, Evolution 65(2): 365-376 (2011)

Adaptive Evolution Of Plastron Shape In Emydine Turtles
, Evolution 65(2): 377-394 (2011)

Conservative Coevolution Of MLlerian Mimicry In A Group Of Rift Lake Catfish
, Evolution 65(2): 395-407 (2011)

Factors Determining The Direction Of Ecological Specialization In Snail-Feeding Carabid Beetles
, Evolution 65(2): 408-418 (2011)

Species Recognition And Patterns Of Population Variation In The Reproductive Structures Of A Damselfly Genus
, Evolution 65(2): 419-428 (2011)

Introgression Despite Substantial Divergence In A Broadcast Spawning Marine Invertebrate
, Evolution 65(2): 429-442 (2011)

Modularity And Scaling In Fast Movements: Power Amplification In Mantis Shrimp
, Evolution 65(2): 443-461 (2011)

A Model For Genomic Imprinting In The Social Brain: Adults
, Evolution 65(2): 462-475 (2011)

Selection On Menopause In Two Premodern Human Populations: No Evidence For The Mother Hypothesis
, Evolution 65(2): 476-489 (2011)

Asymmetric Patch Size Distribution Leads To Disruptive Selection On Dispersal
, Evolution 65(2): 490-500 (2011)

Contagious Parthenogenesis, Automixis, And A Sex Determination Meltdown
, Evolution 65(2): 501-511 (2011)

Partial Resistance In The Linum-Melampsora HostPathogen System: Does Partial Resistance Make The Red Queen Run Slower?
, Evolution 65(2): 512-522 (2011)

Genome Structure And The Benefit Of Sex
, Evolution 65(2): 523-536 (2011)

Genomic Imprinting And Conflict-Induced Decanalization
, Evolution 65(2): 537-553 (2011)

The Evolution And Suppression Of Male Suicide Under Paternal Genome Elimination
, Evolution 65(2): 554-563 (2011)

Quantifying The Life-History Response To Increased Male Exposure In Female Drosophila Melanogaster
, Evolution 65(2): 564-573 (2011)

Perceived Sperm Competition Intensity Influences Seminal Fluid Protein Production Prior To Courtship And Mating
, Evolution 65(2): 584-590 (2011)

Evolutionary Syndromes Linking Dispersal And Mating System: The Effect Of Autocorrelation In Pollination Conditions
, Evolution 65(2): 591-598 (2011)

Aposematic Signal Variation Predicts MaleMale Interactions In A Polymorphic Poison Frog
, Evolution 65(2): 599-605 (2011)

The Local-Clock Permutation Test: A Simple Test To Compare Rates Of Molecular Evolution On Phylogenetic Trees
, Evolution 65(2): 606-611 (2011)

Regional Subsampling and Statistical Inference in Forested Habitats
, American Antiquity 44(1): 172-176 (1979)

Woodland Complexes in Northeastern Iowaby Wilfred D. Logan;The Princess Point Complexby David Marvyn Stothers
, American Antiquity 44(1): 177-178 (1979)

Prehistoric Hunters of the High Plainsby George C. Frison
, American Antiquity 44(1): 178-180 (1979)

Current Perspectives in Northeastern Archaeology: Essays in Honor of William A. Ritchieby Robert E. Funk; Charles F. Hayes,
, American Antiquity 44(1): 180-181 (1979)

Prehistoric Locational Behavior: A Computer Simulationby Larry J. Zimmerman
, American Antiquity 44(1): 181-182 (1979)

The Native Population of the Americas in 1492by William M. Denevan
, American Antiquity 44(1): 182-184 (1979)

Archaeological Approaches to the Present: Models for Reconstructing the pastby John E. Yellen
, American Antiquity 44(1): 184-187 (1979)

Experimental Archeologyby D. Ingersoll; J. E. Yellen; W. MacDonald
, American Antiquity 44(1): 187-188 (1979)

Working Places: The Adaptive Use of Industrial Buildingsby Walter C. Kidney;Excavations at Harmony Borax Works: Historical Archaeology at Death Valley National Monumentby George A. Teague; Lynette O. Shenk;Country Nodes: An Anthropological Evaluation of William Keys' Desert Queen Ranch, Joshua Tree National Monument, Californiaby Patricia Parker Hickman
, American Antiquity 44(1): 188-190 (1979)

Pattern Mathematics and Archaeologyby Bert Zaslow; Alfred E. Dittert,
, American Antiquity 44(1): 190-192 (1979)

Spatial Analysis of Occupation Floors Ii: The Application of Nearest Neighbor Analysis
, American Antiquity 39(1): 16-34 (1974)

The Social Context of Trash Disposal in an Early Dynastic Egyptian Town
, American Antiquity 39(1): 35-50 (1974)

Site Relationships at Quebrada Tarapaca, Chile: A Comparison of Clustering and Scaling Techniques
, American Antiquity 39(1): 51-74 (1974)

Population Dislocation in the Navaho Reservoir District, New Mexico and Colorado
, American Antiquity 39(1): 75-84 (1974)

A Coordinate Approach to Northern May a Prehistory: A.D. 700-1200
, American Antiquity 39(1): 85-93 (1974)

The Atlatl: Function and Performance
, American Antiquity 39(1): 102-104 (1974)

The Key Marco, Florida Collection: Experiment and Reflection
, American Antiquity 39(1): 105-109 (1974)

Early Domesticated Cottons from Archaeological Sites in Central Coastal Peru
, American Antiquity 39(1): 109-122 (1974)

Late Holocene Sea-Level Oscillations in Mobile Bay
, American Antiquity 39(1): 122-124 (1974)

Expanding Archaeology
, American Antiquity 39(1): 125-126 (1974)

Aboriginal Warfare in the Protohistoric Southeast: An Alternative Perspective
, American Antiquity 39(1): 130-133 (1974)

The Amud Man and His Cave Siteby H. Suzuki; F. Takai
, American Antiquity 39(1): 138-139 (1974)

Holy Men On Islands in pre-Christian Britain
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 1: 2-6 (1969)

A Bronze Cauldron Of The Iron Age From Elvanfoot, Lanarkshire
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 1: 29-34 (1969)

The Roman Camp(S) On Hillside Farm, Dunblane, Perthshire
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 1: 35-36 (1969)

Recent Work On The Antonine Wall
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 1: 37-42 (1969)

A Romanesque Censer From Bearsden, Glasgow
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 1: 43-46 (1969)

A Mediaeval Island-Settlement In Loch Glashan, Argyll
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 1: 47-67 (1969)

Timber-Laced And Vitrified Walls In Iron Age Forts: Causes Of Vitrification
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 1: 69-71 (1969)

The Renfrew (1963) Coin Hoard
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 1: 72-74 (1969)

Castles in Britainby W. Douglas Simpson
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 1: 76-77 (1969)

Cist Burials And Food VesselsSome Recent Discoveries And Rediscoveries In Western Scotland
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 2: 8-26 (1971)

A Food Vessel Burial From Cour, Kintyre, Argyll
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 2: 27-30 (1971)

Two Groups Of Cists At Denovan Near Dunipace, Stirlingshire
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 2: 31-38 (1971)

The Wheelhouse Site A' Cheardach Bheag On Drimore Machair, South Uist
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 2: 72-106 (1971)

Further Comments On The Iron Age Cauldron From Elvanfoot, Lanarkshire
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 2: 111-112 (1971)

A Samian Bowl From Glasgow Green
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 2: 113-116 (1971)

A Roman Altar From Old Kilpatrick, Dunbartonshire
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 2: 117-119 (1971)

Excavations at Clickhimin, Shetlandby J. R. C. Hamilton
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 2: 120-121 (1971)

The Excavation Of Ring-Ditched Enclosures In Annandale And Clydesdale
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 3: 1-8 (1974 )

A Norse House On Drimore Machair, South Uist
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 3: 9-18 (1974)

The Northern Frontier After A.D. 369
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 3: 34-42 (1974)

The Antonine Wall Fortlet At Wilderness Plantation, Lanarkshire
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 3: 51-65 (1974)

Success, As Personified On A Roman Intaglio
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 3: 71-73 (1974)

The Roman Fort At New Kilpatrick, Dunbartonshire
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 3: 74-76 (1974)

The Dun Lagaidh Hoard Of Short Cross Sterlings
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 3: 78-81 (1974)

The Iron Age in the Irish Sea Province. (Cba Research Report No. 9)by C. Thomas
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 3: 82-83 (1974)

Pictish Stones Class I: Where And How?
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 15: 1-21 (1988)

Excavation at Newton, Islay
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 15: 23-51 (1988)

New Light on Neolithic Rock Carving: The petroglyphs at Greenland (Auchentorlie), Dunbartonshire
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 15: 125-155 (1988)

Rhum: Mesolithic and Later Sites at Kinloch Excavations 1984-86by C R Wickham-Jones
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 15: 173-174 (1988)

The Finds Of Roman Britainby Guy de la Bedoyere
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 15: 174-175 (1988)

The Romans in Southern Scotland: Future Discoveries
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 16: 1-27 (1989)

Rescue Excavations of a Prehistoric Settlement and Viking Age/Medieval Cemetery at John O'Groats 1989
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 16: 29-37 (1989)

Excavations at Levan Castle, Gourock, 1966 & 1970-72
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 16: 55-80 (1989)

A Romanesque crucifix from Macewen's Castle, Loch Fyne, Mid Argyll
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 16: 81-83 (1989)

Cup-and-Ring Mark Dating
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 16: 85-86 (1989)

A Pictish Pin from Machrihanish, Kintyre
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 16: 86-87 (1989)

A Seventeenth-Century Schautaler from Ayrshire
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 16: 87-88 (1989)

English Heritage Book of Hadrian's Wallby Stephen Johnson
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 16: 92-93 (1989)

The Roman Cavalryby P. Southern; K. S. Dixon; K. R. Dixon
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 16: 94-95 (1989)

North-East Perth: an Archaeological LandscapeRoyal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 16: 96-97 (1989)

The Early Christian Inscriptions of Southern Scotland
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 17: 1-10 (1991)

The Use of Wood as a Natural Resource at a Scottish Mesolithic Site
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 17: 11-23 (1991)

Excavation of a shell midden site at Carding Mill Bay near Oban, Scotland
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 17: 25-38 (1991)

Pictish Horse Carvings
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 17: 53-61 (1991)

Roman Military Equipment: From The Punic War To The Fall Of Romeby M.C. Bishop; J.C.N. Coulston
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 17: 94-95 (1991)

Five Papers on the Archaeology of the Desert Westby Donald R. Tuohy; Doris L. Rendall; Pamela A. Crowell
, American Antiquity 39(1): 139-140 (1974)

English Heritage Book of Tintagel: Arthur and Archaeologyby Charles Thomas
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 17: 95-96 (1991)

Ironbridge Gorge. English Heritageby Kate Clark
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 17: 96-97 (1991)

The Amateur Archaeologistby Stephen Wass
, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 17: 97-98 (1991)

Contributions to Archaeological Method and Theory || The Status of Archaeological Research Design in Cultural Resource Management
, American Antiquity 43(2): 159-173 (1978)

Contributions to Archaeological Method and Theory || What Can Systems Theory Do for Archaeology?
, American Antiquity 43(2): 174-183 (1978)

Contributions to Archaeological Method and Theory || Archaeology beyond Anthropology
, American Antiquity 43(2): 184-191 (1978)

Contributions to Archaeological Method and Theory || Style and Function: A Fundamental Dichotomy
, American Antiquity 43(2): 192-202 (1978)

Contributions to Archaeological Method and Theory || Trajectory Discontinuity and Morphogenesis: The Implications of Catastrophe Theory for Archaeology
, American Antiquity 43(2): 203-222 (1978)

Contributions to Archaeological Method and Theory || Pattern Recognition in Historical Archaeology
, American Antiquity 43(2): 223-230 (1978)

Contributions to Archaeological Method and Theory || The Awful Truth about Statistics in Archaeology
, American Antiquity 43(2): 231-244 (1978)

Contributions to Archaeological Method and Theory || Individuals and Their Artifacts: An Experimental Study in Archaeology
, American Antiquity 43(2): 245-257 (1978)

Contributions to Archaeological Method and Theory || Optimal Location in Settlement Space: A Model for Describing Location Strategies
, American Antiquity 43(2): 258-270 (1978)

Contributions to Archaeological Method and Theory || A Conceptual Framework for the Study of Artifact Loss
, American Antiquity 43(2): 271-273 (1978)

Contributions to Archaeological Method and Theory || Pathways Revisited: A Quantitative Model of Discard
, American Antiquity 43(2): 274-279 (1978)

Contributions to Archaeological Method and Theory || Sampling in Archaeological Surveys: A Critique
, American Antiquity 43(2): 280-285 (1978)

Contributions to Archaeological Method and Theory || The Size Effect: An Explanation of Variability in Surface Artifact Assemblage Content
, American Antiquity 43(2): 288-293 (1978)

Contributions to Archaeological Method and Theory || The Archaeo-Ethnology of Hunter-Gatherers or the Tyranny of the Ethnographic Record in Archaeology
, American Antiquity 43(2): 303-309 (1978)

Contributions to Archaeological Method and Theory || The Southeastern Indiansby Charles Hudson
, American Antiquity 43(2): 310-313 (1978)

Contributions to Archaeological Method and Theory || Amerinds and Their Paleoenvironments in Northeastern North Americaby Walter S. Newman; Bert Salwen
, American Antiquity 43(2): 313-315 (1978)

Contributions to Archaeological Method and Theory || Prehistory of the Far West: Homes of Vanished Peoplesby L. S. Cressman
, American Antiquity 43(2): 315-316 (1978)

Contributions to Archaeological Method and Theory || Origins of Religious Art and Iconography in Preclassic Mesoamericaby H. B. Nicholson
, American Antiquity 43(2): 316-317 (1978)

An Envirotechnological System for Hogup Cave
, American Antiquity 40(1): 3-21 (1975)

Micro-Seriation: A Method for Fine Chronologic Differentiation
, American Antiquity 40(1): 22-38 ( 1975)

The "Exposed Archaeology" of China Lake, California
, American Antiquity 40(1): 39-53 (1975)

Early Historic Populations in Northwestern Ontario: Archaeological and Ethnohistorical Interpretations
, American Antiquity 40(1): 54-63 (1975)

Social Distance among Central Missouri Hopewell Settlements: A First Approximation
, American Antiquity 40(1): 64-71 (1975)

Determination of the Provenience of Majolica Pottery Found in the Caribbean Area Using Its Gamma-Ray Induced Thermoluminescence
, American Antiquity 40(1): 71-82 (1975)

Dating Paiute-Shoshoni Expansion in the Great Basin
, American Antiquity 40(1): 82-86 (1975)

Functional Analysis of Stone Tools: A Cautionary Note on the Role of Animal Fats
, American Antiquity 40(1): 86-94 (1975)

State Support for Archaeological Research Programs in the Early 1970s
, American Antiquity 40(1): 94-97 (1975)

A Reassessment of the Precolumbian Obsidian Industry of El Chayal, Guatemala
, American Antiquity 40(1): 98-103 (1975)

El Chayal, Guatemala: A Chronological and Behavioral Reassessment
, American Antiquity 40(1): 103-106 (1975)

The Ecological Approach to Archaeology: Are We Really Trying?
, American Antiquity 40(1): 106-111 (1975)

Analogy and the Acceptance of Theory in Archaeology
, American Antiquity 40(1): 111-116 (1975)

On the Historicity of Carib Migrations in the Lesser Antilles
, American Antiquity 45(2): 238-245 (1980)

The Classic Maya Collapse: Testing Class Conflict Hypotheses
, American Antiquity 45(2): 246-267 (1980)

A Measure of Settlement Pattern Change and Stability
, American Antiquity 45(2): 277-283 (1980)

Discovering Architectural Patterning at a Complex Site
, American Antiquity 45(2): 284-290 (1980)

Revolutionary Developments in Carbon-14 Dating
, American Antiquity 45(2): 290-297 (1980)

Evidence of Early Man Exposed at Yuha Pinto Wash
, American Antiquity 45(2): 297-308 (1980)

Behavior and Status in a Middle Woodland Mortuary Population from the Illinois Valley
, American Antiquity 45(2): 308-313 (1980)

A Brief Report on Paleoindian-Archaic Occupation in the Quiche Basin, Guatemala
, American Antiquity 45(2): 313-324 (1980)

Gallinazo Maize from the Chicama Valley, Peru
, American Antiquity 45(2): 325-332 (1980)

The Trouble with Treasure. A Preservationist View of the Controversy
, American Antiquity 45(2): 333-339 (1980)

The Proper Place of Multivariate Techniques in Archaeology
, American Antiquity 45(2): 340-344 (1980)

The Gruesome Truth about Statistics in Archaeology
, American Antiquity 45(2): 344-345 (1980)

The Growth Process in Animalsby A. E. Needham
, Journal of Animal Ecology 38(2): 466-467 (1969)

For Theory Building in Archaeology: Essays on Faunal Remains, Aquatic Resources, Spatial Analysis, and Systemic Modelingby Lewis R. Binford
, American Antiquity 45(2): 377-378 (1980)

Studies in the Archaeological History of the Deh Luran Plain: The Excavation of Chagha Sefidby Frank Hole;Prehistory and Paleoenvironments in the Central Negev, Israel. Volume I, the Avdat/Aqev Area, Part Iby Anthony E. Marks
, American Antiquity 45(2): 380-381 (1980)

The Need for a Common Language of Measurements
, American Antiquity 38(1): 1-2 (1973)

On the Methodological Validity of Frequency Seriation
, American Antiquity 38(1): 45-60 (1973)

Multistage Fieldwork and Analytical Techniques
, American Antiquity 38(1): 61-79 (1973)

Preceramic Textiles and Cordage from Guitarrero Cave, Peru
, American Antiquity 38(1): 84-90 (1973)

A Functional Analysis of "Clear Fork" Artifacts from the Rio Grande Plain, Texas
, American Antiquity 38(1): 90-96 (1973)

A Statistical Determination of the Black Sand Occupation at the Macoupin Site, Jersey Co., Illinois
, American Antiquity 38(1): 96-101 (1973)

Culture Sequence at the Old Fort, Saline County, Missouri
, American Antiquity 38(1): 101-111 (1973)

X-Ray Diffraction Analysis of Pictograph Pigments from Toquima Cave, Central Nevada
, American Antiquity 38(1): 112-113 (1973)

Preparation of Faunal Specimens
, American Antiquity 38(1): 113-114 (1973)

The Relationship between Access Volume and Content Diversity of Storage Facilities
, American Antiquity 38(1): 114-116 (1973)

Archaeology as Anthropology: A Case Studyby William A. Longacre
, American Antiquity 38(1): 117-122 (1973)

A Reassessment of Northeastern Great Basin Prehistory
, American Antiquity 40(4): 391-405 (1975)

A Reexamination of the Cotton Remains from Huaca Prieta, North Coastal Peru
, American Antiquity 40(4): 406-419 (1975)

The Archaeological Evidence for Manioc Cultivation: A Cautionary Note
, American Antiquity 40(4): 419-433 (1975)

Tattooing Found on a 1600 Year Old Frozen, Mummified Body from St. Lawrence island, Alaska
, American Antiquity 40(4): 433-437 (1975)

Two 1761 Wigwams at Niantic, Connecticut
, American Antiquity 40(4): 437-444 (1975)

Activation Analysis Study of Ceramics from the Capacha (Colima) and Openo (Michoacan) Phases of West Mexico
, American Antiquity 40(4): 453-458 (1975)

Confirmation and Explanation in Archaeology
, American Antiquity 40(4): 459-464 (1975)

Warfare and the Evolution of the State: A Reconsideration
, American Antiquity 40(4): 464-470 (1975)

Archaeological Evidence for Population Pressure in Pre-Agricultural Societies
, American Antiquity 40(4): 471-475 (1975)

Of Shoe-Form Vessels and Ethnographic Analogy
, American Antiquity 40(4): 475-476 (1975)

The Changing Pattern of Hopi Agricultureby Maitland Bradfield
, American Antiquity 40(4): 498-499 (1975)

The Indians of Point of Pines, Arizona: A Comparative Study of Their Physical Characteristicsby Kenneth A. Bennett
, American Antiquity 40(4): 500-501 (1975)

Historic Settlement Patterns in the Nushagak River Region, Alaskaby James W. Vanstone;Nushagak: An Historic Trading Center in South-western Alaskaby James W. Vanstone
, American Antiquity 40(4): 502-504 (1975)

Altamira and Padre Piedra, Early Preclassic Sites in Chiapas, Mexicoby Dee F. Green; Gareth W. Lowe;Excavations at San Antonio, Chiapas, Mexicoby Pierre Agrinier;Mound 30a and the Early Preclassic Ceramic Sequence of Izapa, Chiapas, Mexicoby Susanna M. Ekholm;The Artifacts of Chiapa de Corzo, Chiapas, Mexicoby Thomas A. Lee, Jr.;The Ceramics of Aguacatal, Campeche, Mexicoby Ray T. Matheny;Mound 20, Mirador, Chiapas, Mexicoby Pierre Agrinier;Jmetic Lubton: Some Modern and Pre-Hispanic Maya Ceremo
, American Antiquity 40(4): 505-506 (1975)

The Book of the Counsel: The Popol Vuh of the Quiche Maya of Guatemalaby Munro S. Edmonson
, American Antiquity 40(4): 506-507 (1975)

Chalcaczingoby Carlo T. E. Gay
, American Antiquity 40(4): 507-508 (1975)

Archaeology and History: A Plea for Reconciliationby D. P. Dymond
, American Antiquity 40(4): 510-511 (1975)

Mathematics in the Archaeological and Historical Sciencesby F. R. Hodson; D. G. Kendall; P. Tautu
, American Antiquity 40(4): 513-515 (1975)

Ice-Age Hunters of the Ukraineby Richard G. Klein
, American Antiquity 40(4): 515-516 (1975)

Paleoethnobotanyby Jane M. Renfrew
, American Antiquity 40(4): 516-517 (1975)

The People of Lerna. Analysis of a Prehistoric Aegean Populationby J. L. Angel
, American Antiquity 40(4): 517-518 (1975)

Limitations of Archaeological Inference: An Information-Theoretic Approach with Applications in Methodology
, American Antiquity 38(2): 131-149 (1973)

Cognitive Models for Archaeological Interpretation
, American Antiquity 38(2): 150-154 (1973)

An Empirical Test for Steward's Model of Great Basin Settlement Patterns
, American Antiquity 38(2): 155-176 (1973)

An Archaeological Indicator of Matrilocal versus Patrilocal Residence
, American Antiquity 38(2): 177-182 (1973)

Prehistoric Human Occupations of the Western Venezuelan Llanos
, American Antiquity 38(2): 182-190 (1973)

The Localization of the Sixteenth Century Map Called the Maguey Plan
, American Antiquity 38(2): 190-195 (1973)

Trilobal Eccentrics at Teotihuacan and Tula
, American Antiquity 38(2): 195-199 (1973)

The Life Style of El Tajin
, American Antiquity 38(2): 199-205 (1973)

A Rapid Chemical Field Test for Archaeological Site Surveying
, American Antiquity 38(2): 206-210 (1973)

Extreme Closeup Photography and Photomacrography
, American Antiquity 38(2): 210-215 (1973)

Edge Abrasion during Biface Manufacture
, American Antiquity 38(2): 215-218 (1973)

The Use of Water and Water Pumps in Archaeological Excavations
, American Antiquity 38(2): 218-220 (1973)

The Evidence for Complex Exchange Systems among the Ancient Maya
, American Antiquity 38(2): 222-223 (1973)

The Itasca Bison Kill Site: An Ecological Analysisby C. Thomas Shay
, American Antiquity 38(2): 244-246 (1973)

Kijik: An Historic Tanaina Indian Settlementby James W. Vanstone; Joan B. Townsend;Akulivikchuk: A Nineteenth Century Eskimo Village on the Nushagak River, Alaskaby James W. Vanstone
, American Antiquity 38(2): 247-248 (1973)

Black Mesa: Survey and Excavation in Northeastern Arizona, 1968by George J. Gumerman
, American Antiquity 38(2): 251-253 (1973)

The Cultural History of Marlborough, Virginia. An Archeological and Historical Investigation of the Port Town for Stafford County and the Plantation of John Mercer, Including Data Supplied by Frank M. Setzler and Oscar H. Darterby C. Malcolm Watkins
, American Antiquity 38(2): 253-254 (1973)

The Chiapanec History and Cultureby Carlos Navarrete
, American Antiquity 38(2): 254-255 (1973)

Dimensional Analysis of Behavior and Site Structure: Learning from an Eskimo Hunting Stand
, American Antiquity 43(3): 330-361 (1978)

Valdivia, Jomon Fishermen, and the Nature of the North Pacific: Some Nautical Problems with Meggers, Evans, and Estrada's (1965) Transoceanic Contact Thesis
, American Antiquity 43(3): 362-371 (1978)

Was Huari a State?
, American Antiquity 43(3): 372-389 (1978)

Ceramic Patterning and Social Structure at Two Late Historic Upper Creek Sites in Alabama
, American Antiquity 43(3): 390-398 (1978)

Plant Husbandry in Prehistoric Eastern North America: New Evidence for Its Development
, American Antiquity 43(3): 405-408 (1978)

Obsidian Sources in Guatemala: A Regional Approach
, American Antiquity 43(3): 424-435 (1978)

High-Precision Chemical Characterization of Major Obsidian Sources in Guatemala
, American Antiquity 43(3): 436-443 (1978)

Cairn Burials of the California Deserts
, American Antiquity 43(3): 444-448 (1978)

So-Called Jaguar-Human Copulation Scenes in Olmec Art
, American Antiquity 43(3): 453-457 (1978)

An Eighteenth Century Reference to a Fluted Point from Guatemala
, American Antiquity 43(3): 457-460 (1978)

Arrowheads and Atlatl Darts: How the Stones Got the Shaft
, American Antiquity 43(3): 461-472 (1978)

Reevaluation of the Lindenmeier Folsom: A Replication Experiment in Lithic Technology
, American Antiquity 43(3): 473-480 (1978)

Controlling Pressure in Experimental Lithics Research
, American Antiquity 43(3): 480-482 (1978)

A New Technique for the Measurement of Artifact Angles
, American Antiquity 43(3): 482-486 (1978)

Two Techniques for Better Theodolite and Transit Setups
, American Antiquity 43(3): 486-487 (1978)

Formative Period Occupations in the Highlands of Northern Ecuador: Rejoinder to Athens
, American Antiquity 43(3): 497-500 (1978)

Cluster Analysis and Archaeological Classification
, American Antiquity 43(3): 502-505 (1978 )

Cautionary Note on Soil Phosphate Data Interpretation for Archaeology
, American Antiquity 43(3): 507-508 (1978)

Recent Data Bearing on the Question of a Hiatus in the Eastern Great Basin
, American Antiquity 43(3): 508-509 (1978)

A Plea for Archaeological Reviewing and Criticism
, American Antiquity 43(3): 531-536 (1978)

The Hohokam. Desert Farmers and Craftsmen: Snaketown. 1964-65by Emil W. Haury
, American Antiquity 43(3): 536-538 (1978)

An Ancient World Preserved: Relics and Records of Prehistory in the Andesby Frederic Andre Engel; Rachel Kendall Gordon
, American Antiquity 43(3): 538-539 (1978)

Problems in Economic and Social Archaeologyby G. de G. Sieveking; I. H. Longworth; K. E. Wilson
, American Antiquity 43(3): 539-540 (1978)

Prehistoric Diet in Southwest Texas: The Coprolite Evidence
, American Antiquity 39(3): 407-420 (1974)

Freshwater Mussels as a Prehistoric Food Resource
, American Antiquity 39(3): 421-434 (1974)

The Cuyamel Caves: Preclassic Sites in Northeast Honduras
, American Antiquity 39(3): 435-447 (1974)

Computer Use at an Archaeological Field Location
, American Antiquity 39(3): 454-462 (1974)

Improve Field Research Administration? How?
, American Antiquity 39(3): 462-465 (1974)

A Preservative Compound for Archaeological Materials
, American Antiquity 39(3): 469-473 (1974)

Comparison of Source and Artifact Characterization Data Using a Generalized Distance Measure
, American Antiquity 39(3): 473-477 (1974)

Combined Thermal and X-Ray Diffraction Technique for Identification of Ceramicware Temper and Paste Minerals
, American Antiquity 39(3): 477-483 (1974)

The Relationship of "Volcanic Ash," sak lu'um, and Palygorskite in Northern Yucatan Maya Ceramics
, American Antiquity 39(3): 483-488 (1974)

Constraints on Dimensions of Variance
, American Antiquity 39(3): 489-490 (1974)