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Skin Color

Skin Color

Skin Color

Cosmetic Dermatology for Skin of Color

The Skin Color Paradox and the American Racial Order

Nineteenth-Century Anthropology and the Measurement of “Mongolian” Skin Color

Male skin color signals direct and indirect benefits in a species with biparental care

Dorsal skin color patterns among southern right whales (Eubalaena australis): genetic basis and evolutionary significance

Judging Authors By the Color of Their Skin? Quality Native American Children's Literature

Ironies of Citizenship: Skin Color, Police Brutality, and the Challenge to Democracy in Brazil*

Instrumental Measurements of Skin Color and Skin Ultraviolet Light Sensitivity and Risk of Cutaneous Malignant Melanoma: A Case-Control Study in an Italian Population

IRF4, MC1R and TYR genes are risk factors for actinic keratosis independent of skin color

Human skin color is influenced by an intergenic DNA polymorphism regulating transcription of the nearby BNC2 pigmentation gene

The Significance of Color Declines: A Re-Analysis of Skin Tone Differentials in Post-Civil Rights America

cristina malcolmson. Studies of Skin Color in the Early Royal Society: Boyle, Cavendish, Swift. Pp. xiii + 233. (Literary and Scientific Cultures of Early Modernity).

No Longer Invisible: Understanding the Psychosocial Impact of Skin Color Stratification in the Lives of African American Women

Relation of Schizophrenia Prevalence to Latitude, Climate, Fish Consumption, Infant Mortality, and Skin Color: A Role for Prenatal Vitamin D Deficiency and Infections?

Is race erased? Decoding race from patterns of neural activity when skin color is not diagnostic of group boundaries

Race in Another America: The Significance of Skin Color in Brazil. By Edward E. Telles (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2004. ix + 324 pp. $35.00)


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