Jerome H. Barkow of Dalhousie University, Halifax (Dal). Read 88 publications, 1 answers, and contact Jerome H. Barkow on ResearchGate, the professional. Jerome H. Barkow is a professor emeritus of anthropology at Dalhousie University. His anthropological work has frequently been conducted from the perspective. Jerome H. Barkow, author of The Adapted Mind: Evolutionary Psychology and the Generation of Culture, Includes the names: Jerome H. Barkow.

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