Patricia Marks Greenfield

Weaving Generations TogetherSAR Press PublicationWeaving Generations Together: Evolving Creativity in the Maya of ChiapasThis innovative book provides a rare longitudinal study of the cognitive and socialization processes involved in transmitting weaving knowledge across two generations of Zinacantec Maya women in Chiapas.
Biology, Brains, and BehaviorSAR Press PublicationBiology, Brains, & Behavior: The Evolution of Human DevelopmentAn exciting new cross-disciplinary field of biocultural research is emerging at the start of the twenty-first century: developmental evolutionary biology.
National Endowment for the Humanities Resident ScholarWeaving Patterns: Ontogenetic Constraint and Cultural Construction in the Creative Process
1995, August 13–17
August 2005 Advanced SeminarAdvanced SeminarThe Evolution of Behavioral OntogenyA diverse group of participants, ranging from biological anthropologists and evolutionary biologists to psycholinguists, cognitive neuroscientists, and comparative and developmental psychologists, gathered for a week of discussion on the evolution of human cognitive development.

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