Physiological and Psychological Characteristics of Stone Age Man. [Offprint from] Symposium on Biological Bases of Human Behavior [article in] Engineering and Science April 1970 Volume 33 Number 6. D. Carleton Gajdusek.

Physiological and Psychological Characteristics of Stone Age Man. [Offprint from] Symposium on Biological Bases of Human Behavior [article in] Engineering and Science April 1970 Volume 33 Number 6

Bethesda: National Institute of Neurological Diseases and Blindness, April 1970. Paperback. Offprint: pp. 26-33, 56-62, illustrated with eleven b&w photos (reproduced clearly, most however rather small), and a lengthy kuru transmission chart. Staplebound pamphlet, 11x8.5 inch printed wraps, cover has a few smudges and a bad lower-corner crease affecting covers and all text. An otherwise clean sound copy, no markings. Symposium on Biological Bases of Human Behavior.

Find discussion of "head-hunting" (not kuru per se), stunted growth, late puberty, early aging, short stature, sodium deprivation, deformation, head-binding of infants, mutilation, pain, penile display, echolalia, creativity.

Cat.No: 253873

Price: $15.00