ANTH 343 1 - Behavior and Biology of Women
Exploration of female biology and behavior in a broad evolutionary context. Explores development from pre-puberty through menopause, reproductive processes such as pregnancy, birth and lactation, cognitive and behavioral sex differences, and male and female reproductive strategies in a variety of cultural settings. Examples are drawn primarily from traditional and modern human societies as well as field and experimental data from other species, particularly non-human primates. Course Information: Prerequisite: ANTH 143 or consent of instructor.
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Course Level: Undergraduate