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Index to Volume 82 5-HTTLPR polymorphism, 291–300 “5-HTTLPR Polymorphism: Analysis in South African Autistic Individuals,” 291–300 admixture, 157–178, 719–736 aDNA, 143–156, 157–178, 227–238, 677–693 aDNA analysis, 227–238 Alaskan Eskimos, 695–717 Alaskan Natives, 653–675 Alaska Peninsula, 557–581, 613–627 “Alaska Peninsula Stable Isotope and Radioisotope Chemistry: A Study in Temporal and Adaptive Diversity,” 613–627 Aleut dialects, 557–581 Aleut history, 487–506, 507–524, 629–651. See also Aleut (Unangan) prehistory Aleutian archipelago, 695–717, 759–764 Aleutian Islands, 481–485, 487–506, 525–556, 557–581, 629–651, 677–693 Aleut languages, 557–581 Aleut population, 583–611, 745–757. See also Aleuts Aleut (Unangan) prehistory, 629–651, 759–764, 677–693. See also Aleut history Aleuts, 507–524, 695–717, 719–736, 737–744, 759–764. See also Aleut population Algonquian groups, 157–178 Amaknak Island, 507–524 Amazigh peoples, 385–393 Amerindians, 737–744. See also Native Americans and specific groups Amuzgo, 409–432 Anabaptist, 267–289 ancestry, 1–15 ancient DNA, 143–156, 157–178, 227–238, 677–693 “Ancient Local Evolution of African mtDNA Haplogroups in Tunisian Berber Populations ,” 367–384 anthropometric measurements, 653–675 “Anthropometric Variation Among Bering Sea Natives,” 653–675 archaeology, 487–506 Arctic Small Tool tradition, 507–524, 525–556 Areces, C., 737–744 Argüelles, C. F., 433–456 Arieff, Z., 291–300 Arikara, 157–178 Arnaiz-Villena, A., 737–744 Arriola, L. A., 409–432 “Assessment of Sexual Dimorphism: A Critical Discussion in a (Paleo-) Anthropological Context,” 199–220 “Association of D16S515 Microsatellite with Specific Language Impairment on Robinson Crusoe Island, an Isolated Chilean Population : A Possible Key to Understanding Language Development,” 395–408 autism, 291–300 “Autochthony and HLA Frequencies in the Netherlands: When Surnames Are Useless Markers” (Brief Communication), 457–467 autosomal STRs, 409–432, 433–456, 719–736 Bajic, V. B., 291–300 Balamurugan, K., 221–226 Barta, Z., 29–46 Bayesian MCMC method, 199–220 Becker, N. S. A., 17–27 Benammar-Elgaaied, A., 367–384 Bennett, C. C., 143–156 Berbers, 385–393 Berge, A., 557–581 Bering Island, 719–736 bifacial technology, 525–556 bilingualism, 47–75 “Biocultural Emergence of the Amazigh (Berbers) in Africa: Comment on Frigi et al. (2010),” 385–393 biology, 481–485 Blanco Villegas, M. J., 301–314 Bobillo, C., 433–456 bone marrow transplantation, 457–467 766 / Index to Volume 82 Book reviewers Arora, N., 115–118 Darlu, P., 239–240 Pavard, S., 471–473 Book reviews Biological Systematics (Schuh and Brower), 239–240 Negotiating Risk (Shaw), 115–118 Substitute Parents (Bentley and Mace), 471–473 Brooks River, 613–627 Canada, 179–198 “Can Life History Trade-Offs Explain the Evolution of Short Stature in Human Pygmies? A Response to Migliano et al. (2007),” 17–27 carbon dating, 613–627 Cavalli-Sforza, L. L., 245–266 cephalic index, 629–651 Cherni, L., 367–384 Cherokee, 157–178 Chinanteco, 409–432 Chippewa, 157–178 Chittoor, G., 653–675 Chol, 409–432 Chontal, 409–432 chromosome 16, 395–408 Chukchi, 695–717 classic genetic markers, 719–736 colonization, 481–485, 583–611 Coltrain, J. B., 613–627 commercial kit modification, 343–351 consanguinity, 395–408 contact, 481–485 “Continuity and Change in the Eastern Aleutian Archaeological Sequence,” 507–524 Corach, D., 433–456 Cramer, J. S., 103–107 cranial index, 629–651 cranial variation, 315–330 craniometrics, 29–46 “Craniometric Similarities Within and Between Human Populations in Comparison with Neutral Genetic Data,” 315–330 craniometric variation, 629–651 “Craniometric Variation in the Aleutians: Integrating Morphological, Molecular, Spatial, and Temporal Data,” 629–651 Crawford, M. H., 267–289, 331–342, 481–485, 653–675, 695–717, 719–736, 737–744, 745–757, 759–764 creolization, 357–366 CSF1PO, 409–432 La Cultura Italiana, 245–266 cultural evolution, 245–266 D1S80, 221–226 D2S1338, 409–432 D3S1358, 409–432 D5S818, 409–432 D7S820, 409–432 D8S1179, 409–432 D13S317, 409–432 D16S515, 395–408 D16S539, 409–432 D18S51, 409–432 D19S433, 409–432 D21S11, 409–432 Davis, R. S., 507–524 definition of “indigenous,” 385–393 Deka, R., 719–736 demography, 17–27, 357–366, 583–611 dissimilarity...

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