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The second part of the paper will do the same for infancy, especially through an examination of forms of contact and care which includes sleeping arrangements. Although such evolutionary reconstructions are to a degree speculative, anthropological data collected during the last fifteen years especially makes comparisons between modern and ancient environments meaningful and scientifically more accurate. To examine contemporary human behavior, either to reconstruct its evolutionary origins or to understand it more fully, anthropologists rely on several independent lines of evidence.
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