Content Matters: The Materiality of Cultural Transmission and the Intersection of Paleolithic Archaeology with Cultural Evolutionary Theory

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A new archaeological approach to Paleolithic flintknapping of stone tool technology focused on the quantitative demonstration of spatial and temporal variability in etically-observable behaviors that isolates units of analysis amenable to the data structure of cultural transmission theory and facilitates models that incorporate more realistic testing of Paleolithic data.

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