anthroponomy


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anthroponomy

Rare. the branch of anthropology that studies the interrelation of the laws regulating human behavior and environment. Also anthroponomics. — anthroponomist, n. — anthroponomical, adj.
See also: Mankind
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Merriam Webster defines anthroponomy as the branch of onomastics that consists of the study of personal names, and if we wish to impress with our erudition we should probably make a note of this fact.
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Hunter's anthroponomy which anticipated later neobehaviourist developments, and the physiological behaviourism of Zing-Yang Kuo which was later echoed in the transition of behaviourism to cognitivism.