!Kung San Hunter-Gatherers

Nursing Frequency, Gonadal Function and Birth Spacing among !Kung Hunter-Gatherers.
Konner, M.J. and Worthman, C. Science 207:788-90, 1980.

Testosterone Levels Change With Subsistence Hunting Effort in !Kung San Men.
Worthman, C. and Konner, M.J. Pyschoneuroendocrinology, Vol 12, No 6, pp 449-458, 1987.

Timing and Management of Birth among the !Kung.
Konner, M.J. and Shostak, M. Cultural Anthropology, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 11-28, 1987.

Crying in !Kung San infants: A Test of the Cultural Specificity Hypothesis
Roger Bakeman, Lauren B. Adamson, Melvin Konner, and Ronald G Barr, Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 33:601-10, 1991.

!Kung Infancy: The Social Context of Object Exploration
Roger Bakeman, Lauren B. Adamson, Melvin Konner, and Ronald G. Barr, Child Development 61:794-809.

Newborn Walking: Additional Data
Melvin Konner, Science 179:307.

Aspects of the Developmental Ethology of a Foraging People
Melvin Konner, in Ethological Studies of Child Behavior, edited by Nicholas G. Blurton Jones, Cambridge University Press, 1972.

Ethnographic Romanticism and the Idea of Human Nature: Parallels Between Samoa and !Kung San
Melvin Konner and Marjorie Shostak, in The Past and Future of !Kung Ethnography: Critical Reflections and Symbolic Perspectives. Essays in Honour of Lorna Marshall, edited by Megan Biesele, with Robert Gordon and Richard Lee, Helmut-Buske Verlag, Hamburg, 1987.

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