A. Kimball Romney

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b. 1925

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A. Kimball Romney, and Chuan-Chin Chiao Optimal Color Coding PNAS 2009 Functional computational model for optimal color coding

Cross-Cultural

A. Kimball Romney, Carmella C. Moore. 2001. Systemic Culture Patterns as Basic Units of Cultural Transmission and Evolution. Cross-cultural Research - CROSS-CULT RES 01/2001; 35(2):154-178. DOI:10.1177/106939710103500204

M.L. Burton, C.C. Moore, J.W.M. Whiting, and A.K. Romney. "Regions based on Social Structure." Current Anthropology 37:87-123.

A. Kimball Romney. 1956. On the Processes of Change in Kinship Terminology American Anthropologist, New Series, Vol. 58, No. 3 (Jun., 1956), pp. 551-554

Robert W. Shirley, A. Kimball Romney. 1962. Love Magic and Socialization Anxiety: A Cross‐Cultural Study. American Anthropologist 64(5):1028 - 1031. (impact factor: 1.49). 10/2009; DOI:10.1525/aa.1962.64.5.02a00100.

Sara Nerlove, A. Kimball Romney. 1967. Sibling Terminology and Cross‐Sex Behavior. American Anthropologist 69(2):179 - 187. (impact factor: 1.49). 10/2009; DOI:10.1525/aa.1967.69.2.02a00050

ABSTRACT: This paper examines variations among sibling terminologies and suggests a functional explanation for selected aspects of the differences among systems. It presents evidence to suggest that behavior that places emphasis on cross-sex relations will lend to produce terminologies in which siblings of the same sex are distinguished from siblings of the opposite sex. A possible typology of kinds of sibling terminologies is given.