Explanations for patterning in the 'package of traits' of modern human behavior within Sahul

Habgood, Phlip J . and Franklin, Natalie R . (2010) Explanations for patterning in the 'package of traits' of modern human behavior within Sahul. Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association, 30 14-27.

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Author Habgood, Phlip J .
Franklin, Natalie R .
Title Explanations for patterning in the 'package of traits' of modern human behavior within Sahul
Journal name Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association
ISSN 0156-1316
Publication date 2010
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 30
Start page 14
End page 27
Total pages 14
Place of publication Australia
Publisher Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association
Language eng
Abstract Late Pleistocene Sahul has provided a test for the debate surrounding the appearance of the package of modern human behaviour within the archaeological record. A detailed re-view of the late Pleistocene archaeological record of Sahul (Franklin and Habgood 2007; Habgood and Franklin 2008) found both chronological and geographical patterning for the appearance of the individual traits - four broad Phases and seven ‘Zones of Innovation’. We consider potential caus-es for this patterning including taphonomy and artefact func-tion, but conclude that it reflects material culture differences and cultural preferences.
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