Development and Distribution of Discontinuous Morphological Variation of the Human Infracranial Skeleton
- Published: January 1978
Over 1,400 individual skeletons from three major skeletal populations were examined for a series of approximately fifty infracranial non-metric traits. Trait frequencies are studied for size, sex and age differences, trait intercorrelations, and association with bone robusticity. Skeletal population studies are performed using various combinations of the traits and two distance statistics. Published in English.