Anthropology 001 (Casqueiro): Search Terms

Topics: genetic diseases; cloning; SIDS; evolution of the brain; forensic-crime scene analysis; extinction; are humans still evolving?

Keyword Search Terms

EXAMPLES

genetic diseases (non-human primates)

cloning AND technology

animal behavior

bear* AND evolution

reptiles AND evolution

"evolution of the brain"

extinction

forensic sciences

biological anthropology

physical anthropology

 

Keyword Search v. Subject Search

KEYWORD SEARCH

  • Good place to start if you do not know the terms a catalog or database uses for your topic 
  • Keywords are any significant word or phrase you think of to describe your topic
  • Use when searching for very new concept or jargon, like twitter
  • Searches for terms anywhere in the record
  • Broadens search results but may retrieve irrelevant materials
  • Usually the default search
  • More flexible search
  • May yield too many or too few results depending on keywords used

 

SUBJECT SEARCH

  • Best way to ensure you get all applicable documents in a catalog or article database
  • Search terms (a.k.a. subject headings) must come from the database's thesaurus
  • Use when you are searching for a broad concept, like global warming
  • Searches for terms in subject field only
  • Narrows search results but retrieves all relevant materials available
  • Usually available from advanced search screens
  • Less flexible search
  • Need to know the exact controlled vocabulary term

LC Subject Search Terms

EXAMPLES (Search Terms--broad)

Extinct Animals

Animal Cloning

Extinction

biological anthropology

physical anthropology

Natural Selection

Sexual Selection

Genetics

Human Evolution

 

Autopsy
Forensic Anthropology
Forensic Sciences
Human Remains
Mummies

 

Language and Languages--Origin

Cave Paintings

Mutagens

Mutagenesis

Adaptation (Physiology)

 

Genes
Genetics
Human genetics
Human molecular genetics
Genetic Engineering
Stem Cells
Human Embryo

 Instinct (behavior)

 

Primates

Primates--Behavior

Primates--Evolution

 Homo Erectus

Homo Erectus--Evolution

 

Ethnicity

Ethnic Groups

Population Groups

 

Evolution (Biology)

Brain--Evolution

Cognition

 Apes

 

Australopithecus afarensis
Cro-Magnons
Hominids
Homo ergaster
Human beings -- Origin
Neanderthals
Paleoanthropology
Physical anthropology
Prosimians

Gorillas

Orangutans

 

Brain--Evolution

Cognition in Animals

 

Insects 

Evolution (Biology)

 

 

Primates

FERTILIZATION in vitro

Color Blindness

Genetic Disorders

Evolution (Biology)

Whales

Ring-tailed Lemur

Social behavior in Animals

Gorillas

Bonobos

baboons behavior

Koko (gorilla)

Human animal Communication

Animal Communication

Animal Intelligence

Twins

Dinosaurs

Natural Selection

Adaptation (Biology)

Sexual Selection

Language and Languages--Origin

Social Evolution

 

 

 

 

Prehistoric Art

Primitive Art

Cave Paintings

 

Darwin, Charles

Finches

Galapagos Islands

 

Alligators

Snakes

Primates--Behavior

Transplantation

Xenotransplantation

Transplantation of Organs, Tissues, etc.

Cancer--Genetic Aspects

Sex Chromosomes

Chromosome Abnormalities

Genetic Aspects

Turner's Syndrome

X Chromosome

Klinifelter's Syndrome

Tumors in Children

Leukemia

Tay-Sachs disease

homo erectus

hunt* (expand to all text in EBSCOhost)

Apes AND water AND evolution

Snakes AND evolution

Nutrition

Human Population Genetics

 

archaeology

 baboons

Cave Paintings

Otzi

Ice Mummies

Bog Bodies

cognition in animals

human evolution

human animal relationships

fossil hominids

apes evolution

primates evolution

primates behavior

primates psychology

primates adaptation

animal models in research

homo erectus evolution

Neanderthals

Paleoanthropology

Social evolution

Human evolution

Human beings origin

Skull anatomy

Fossils models

Skulls models

Sasquatch

Gigantopithecus

 


Fossil Man

Human Population Genetics
Man, Prehistoric
Paleoclimatology
Paleontology
Prehistoric Peoples
Primates—Evolution
Women Evolution

Chimpanzees Psychology
Cognition in Animals
Goodall Jane
Gorilla Behavior
Gorillas Psychology
Human animal
Communication
Primates Evolution

 

 

Genetially Modified Foods

Down Syndrome

Habitat (ecology)

Captive Wild Animals

Conservation