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anthro. bio. = anthropologie biologique

anthro. biocult. = anthropologie bioculturelle

anthro. évol. = anthropologie évolutive

anthro. hist. = anthropologie historique

anthro. soc. = anthropologie sociale

bio. évol. = biologie évolutive

crit. fém. = critique féministe

démo. = démographie

éco-anthro. = éco-anthropologie

éco-primato. = éco-primatologie

éco. comport. = écologie comportementale

éco. comport. hum. = écologie comportementale

humaine

éco. évol. = écologie évolutive

épistémo. = épistémologie

ethno. = ethnologie

gén. = génétique

hist. sc. = histoire des sciences

obst. = obstétrique

paléoanthro. = paléoanthropologie

paléoprimato. = paléoprimatologie

primato. bio. = primatologie biologique

primato. soc. = primatologie sociale

psy. évol. = psychologie évolutive

sc. nutri. = sciences de la nutrition

sdv = sciences de la vie

shs = sciences humaines et sociales

socio. = sociologie

sociobio. anim. = sociobiologie animale

sociobio. cult. = sociobiologie culturelle

théor. genre = théorie du genre

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