Anthro Final Quiz 12

In the study of human evolution, scientists define modern in terms ofA series of distinctive anatomical traits that contrast woth archaic traits from earlier hominins
Broken Hill, Dali, and Atapuerca are sites where specimens of ___________ have been discoveredArchaic Homo Sapiens
Archaic Homo sapiensShows a mixture of Homo erectus and Homo sapiens traits
The last Neandertals date to32,000 yBP
Analyses of modern human genetic variation indicate that Homo sapiens may have evolved approximately200,000 yBP
Anatomically modern human fossils were discovered in the European Upper Paleolithic site ofCro-Magnon, France
The multi regional continuity hypothesis supposes thatThe transition to modernity took place regionally and without involving replacement
In Atapeura 5, early archaic Homo sapiens and Neandertals specimen show heavy wear on the incisors and canines, indicatingThe use of the front teeth for gripping materials
Neandertals cold adapted traits includeA projecting midface
The Levallois method of stone tool production is associated with theMousterin
Painted perforated shells are evidence that NeandertalsUsed body ornaments
All fossils of archaic Homo sapiens and earlier Homo erectus showBoth a and b
The Herto skulls from EthiopiaHave a combination of archaic and modern features
The earliest archaeological evidence of humans in Australia is from __________, dating to ____________Lake Mungo, 40,000 yBP
A Hominid fossil that has a long, low skull, projecting face and occipital bone, and large nasal aperture is likely to be classified as having __________ characteristicsArchaic
Allen’s and Bergmann’s rules are perfect examples of natural selection effects on anatomical adaptations to environments in mammals. These include the limb and trunk proportions ofNeandertals, modern human populations, and most mammals
The transition to fully modern Homo sapiens was completed globally by about25,000 yBP
The out-of-Africa model assertsA single origin of modern people and eventual replacement of archaic Homo sapiens throughout Africa, Asia, and europe
Modern humans haveA high vertical forehead, a round and tall skull, and small browridges
To date, the majority of Neandertal fossils have been found inEurope and western asia
The European archeological period that is marked by a great increase in technology and various kinds of art starting about 35,000 yBP is called theUpper Paleolithic period
The best fossil evidence to suggest that Neandertals could produce a language like that of modern humans comes from which bones collected at Kebara, IsraelThe hyoid
Compared to modern Homo sapiens, archaic Homo sapiens hasBoth b and c
The discovery of modern/archaic hybrid fossils supports which model of modern human origins?Assimilation
The fossils called Homo floresiensis were dated to18,000 yBP
Human beings first arrived in the americas approximately15,000 yBP
A distinctive trait of people from East Asia and the americas isShovel-shaped incisors
The morphology of the Paleoindian skull from Kennewick that itLooks quite different from modern native Americans skulls
SubSaharan Africans show the largest genetic diversity of any human population. This is likely to have resulted from theAccumulations of genetic mutations over time
The most distinctive traits about the cold adaptation complex of Neandertals areThe body and the length of the arms and legs
According to Joe Apler(Rething Neandertals) which if the following did the Neandertals not share with the earlier human species, Homo erectus?Smaller brain size than that of modern humans
According to Joe Apler(Rething Neandertals) Neandertals should be considered successful in the sense thatAll of the above
According to Joe Apler(Rething Neandertals) when the glaciers moved in and edible plants became scarcer, the NeandertalsRelied more heavily on large, hoofed animals for food
According to Joe Apler(Rething Neandertals) which of the following is trueAll of the above
According to Jill Neimark, which of the following represents a concensus regarding Flo (Homo floresiensis)? She wasA direct descendant of Homo erectus
As reported in “Meet Our New Human Family” the greatest shock regarding Flo (H. floresiensis) has to do with herSmall brain, given the sophistication of the associated tools
According to Jill Neimark in “Meet the New Human Family” anthropoligists today view the human lineage asA thickly branched bush comprised of many hominins each adapted to its own time and place