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Nature. The study also suggests that humans may have evolved a much higher body fat percentage than other primates to provide the energy reserves required to fuel their more extensive metabolism. Evolution of the brain
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Evolution of intelligenceEvolution of intelligence
Why did our evolutionary ancestors develop bigger brains and so greater intelligence?. Evolution of the brain
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The next step in brain evolutionThe next step in brain evolution
The behavior of Emily and her generation, say experts, is being shaped by digital technology as never before. It may even be the next step in evolution, transforming our brains and the way we think. Evolution of the brain
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Review of Clive Gamble, John Gowlett and Robin Dunbar, Thinking Big: How the Evolution of Social LifeReview of Clive Gamble, John Gowlett and Robin Dunbar, Thinking Big: How the Evolution of Social Life
Sociobiology was born in 1975, when biologist Edward O. Wilson published the volume that gave the field its name. There are many social species, and we can gain insight into human sociality by comparing it with sociality in other animals. Evolution of the brain
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How could walking up-right have helped in the evolution of human intelligence?How could walking up-right have helped in the evolution of human intelligence?
The human brain uses 22-25% of the body’s energy and a human infant’s brain uses an astonishing 60% of the body’s energy. However, apes, our closest evolutionary relatives. Evolution of the brain
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Electronic Supplementary Material Birds have primate-like numbers of neurons in the forebrain Seweryn Olkowicz, Martin Kocourek, Radek K. Lučan, Michal Porteš, W. Tecumseh Fitch, Suzana Herculano-Houzel and Pavel Němec Corresponding authorElectronic Supplementary Material Birds have primate-like numbers of neurons in the forebrain Seweryn Olkowicz, Martin Kocourek, Radek K. Lučan, Michal Porteš, W. Tecumseh Fitch, Suzana Herculano-Houzel and Pavel Němec Corresponding author
Department of Zoology, Faculty of Science, Charles University in Prague, Viničná 7. Evolution of the brain
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Flashcard data for evolution of modern humansFlashcard data for evolution of modern humans
B. P. populations in Europe. By 400,000 years ago, some populations of these people began the evolutionary transition that would end up with Neandertals and possibly some other peoples that have been collectively referred to as archaic. Evolution of the brain
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Eeb 210 Spring 2008 Lecture #18: Origins of human intelligence; increased brain size in homininsEeb 210 Spring 2008 Lecture #18: Origins of human intelligence; increased brain size in hominins
Nevertheless, there are some biological phenomena that suggest that the size of certain brain regions is related to performance. Evolution of the brain
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Syllabus for Psych 231: Psychology of Human SexualitySyllabus for Psych 231: Psychology of Human Sexuality
This syllabus will be crucial to your success in this course. Read this whole syllabus before the second class session (Jan. 20) – you will be quizzed on its contents. Keep it accessible, and refer to it regularly throughout the course!. Evolution of the brain
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Syllabus for Psych 342 Evolution, Brain, and Behavior: Evolutionary PsychologySyllabus for Psych 342 Evolution, Brain, and Behavior: Evolutionary Psychology
This syllabus will be crucial to your success in this course. Read this whole syllabus before the next class session (Jan. 19) – you will be quizzed on its contents. Keep it accessible, and refer to it regularly throughout the course!. Evolution of the brain
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Schaller, Park, and Kenrick Human Evolution and Social Cognition Mark Schaller University of British ColumbiaSchaller, Park, and Kenrick Human Evolution and Social Cognition Mark Schaller University of British Columbia
Many aspects of human cognition – especially the processes that define the conceptual territory of social cognition – are adapted to the recurrent problems and opportunities posed by these other members of ancestral human populations. Evolution of the brain
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