Appearance of the term neuroanthropology in the Dictionary of Anthropology
As for neuroanthropology, calls for such an endeavor first emerged in the late 1970s; the word was used in the early 1990s and had entered reference works of anthropology by the middle of the decade (Marcus 1997, Downey 2012a).
Marcus, Joseph A. 1997. “Neuroanthropology.” In The Dictionary of Anthropology, edited by Thomas Barfield, 340–342. Malden, Mass.: Blackwell.
Downey, Greg. 2012a. “Neuroanthropology.” In The SAGE Handbook of Social Anthropology, vol. 2., edited by Richard Fardon, Oliva Harris, Trevor H. J. Marchand, Cris Shore, Veronica Strang, Richard Wilson, and Mark Nuttall. London: Sage.
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