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Dr. Parvis Ghassem-Fachandi does research in Gujarat, India

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Dr. Daniel Goldstein in Belgium

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Recently graduated anthropology major continues her work and studies

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Dr. Dorothy Hodgson and Maasai activist Ndini Kimesera Sikar at the U.N. in NYC

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Student discusses honors poster on “Undocumented Mexican Women in New Brunswick”

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Dr. David Hughes at Fukushima Workshop, Tokyo

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Graduate student meets orangutan as a T.A. in Borneo with Rutgers Study Abroad "Primates, Ecology and Conservation in Indonesia"

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Student discusses Honors work at historic site in Trappe, PA with Chair, Dr. Craig Feibel

01:070:316 Quantitative Methods in Evolutionary Anthropology

3 credits

Course Description:
Quantitative and statistical approaches to questions asked by evolutionary anthropologists and the quantitative methods employed to answer these questions. Topics include what is a scientific question, how to read the primary literature, scientific methodology, hypothesis testing, ethical research design and presentation, descriptive statistics and basic inferential statistics. Prerequisite: 01:070:102 or 01:070:105; 01:640:025 or placement or permission of instructor.

Meets Core Curriculum Requirement: QQ

Most recent syllabus - spring 2016:
pdf Vogel316PrelimSyllabus Spring2016 18Jan2016 (172 KB)


 

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