J. Patrick Gray

Patrick Gray

Professor

Office: Sabin 337
Phone: (414) 229-4822
e-mail: jpgray@uwm.edu
Curriculum Vitae: pdf (25kb)

Degree(s):

Ph.D., University of Colorado-Boulder

Research Interests:

Holocultural research, sociobiology, methodology, and religion.

Selected Publications:

Danzy, Jennifer, Gaetano, Tegan, Gray, Joseph P., Grobler, Paul, Lorenz, Joseph, Freimer, Nelson, Schmidt, Christopher, and Turner, Trudy R. “Variation in scrotal color among widely distributed vervet monkey populations (Chlorocebus aethiops pygerythrus and Chlorocebus aethiops sabaeus).” American Journal of Primatology 75.7 (2013): 752-762.
Gray, Joseph P. “A Corrected Ethnographic Atlas.” World Cultures 10.1 (1999): 24-136.
Gray, Joseph P. “Is the Standard Cross-Sample Biased? A simulation study.” Cross-Cultural Research 30.4 (1996): 301-315.
Silverberg, J., and Gray, Joseph P., eds. “Aggression and Peacefulness in Humans and Other Primates.” New York: Oxford University Press. (1992) .
Gray, Joseph P. “Primate Sociobiology.” New Haven: Human Relations Area Files Press. (1985) .
Gray, Joseph P., and Wolfe, Linda D. “Sociobiology and Creationism: Two Ethnosociologies of American Culture.” American Anthropologist 84.3 (1982): 580-594.
Gray, Joseph P., and Wolfe, Linda D. “Height and sexual dimorphism of stature among human societies.” American Journal of Physical Anthropology 53.3 (1980): 441-456.