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Multiregional evolution model

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Definition

noun

A scientific model proposed by Milford Wolpoff to explain the origin of modern human beings. In this theory, modern humans evolved from early humans in different regions of the world locally and essentially at the same time.


Supplement

Variant(s):

  • multiregional evolution hypothesis
  • multiregional model

Also called:

  • regional continuity model

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