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Lecture 4

PSYC 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Penology, Sociobiology, Neoteny

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Fall 2018

Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYC 102
Professor
SHARIFF, AZIM
Lecture
4

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SUB HEADING
TERMS
THEORIES
PEOPLE
LECTURE 4I809 18
E#kuUEtoOnNaAeRdfPpnSYf
:* mm m
#
HmNhEYHyGTtEORHhuy Continue
.Important people :WUNDT ,JAMES
,
DARWIN ,
GALTON
(for November midterm )
GENE SELECTION THEORY
.the level of selection exists in the gene net
the species
Agene will spread ,
if ...
it contributes to the survival of the gene
it has a
negative impact on the individual /group
. The "
Selfishness
"
of agene refers to the selection process to maximize gene fitness
.Genetic Inclusive Fitness IGIF):Success of total equivalent copies passed down
How successful you are as abody
Agood measure of GIF :number of grandchildren it will produce
RECENT HUMAN EVOLUTION
major evolutionary changes in the last 4mi years occur in the brain
sociobiology :evolution selected for social behaviours to maximize fitness
.evolutionary penology .
cognitive module tf
'behaviour
'Esses fitness
EV IRON MENT OF EVOLUTIONARY ADAPTIVENESS (EEA )
.the environment that produced the .selection pressures for an adaptation
eye Adaptation EEA
.Fins (Sharks )Ocean
.Eyes Light
.evolution ???

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SUB HEADING TERMS THEORIES PEOPLE LECTURE 4 I 8 09 18 * mm m E#kuUEtoOnNaAeRdfPpnSYf # : Continue HmNhEYHyGTtEORHhuy . : Important people WUNDT , JAMES , DARWIN ,GALTON ( for November midterm ) GENE SELECTION THEORY . the level of selection exists in the gene thnet species if .. A will spread , gene it contributes to the survival of the gene it has a impact on the individual / negative group " " . The Selfishness of a refers to the selection process to maximize fitness gene gene . Genetic Inclusive Fitness IGIF ) :Success of total copies down equivalent passed How successful are as a you body A of : of it will good measure GIF number grandchildren produce RECENT HUMAN EVOLUTION the last 4mi the major evolutionary changes in years occur in brain : evolution selected for social behaviours to maximize fitness sociobiology . evolutionary penology . ' tf Esses fitness module behaviour cognitive EV IRON MENT OF EVOLUTIONARY ADAPTIVENESS EEA ( ) . . the environment that produced the selection pressures for an adaptation EEA eye Adaptation . Fins ( Sharks ) Ocean . Eyes Light . evolution ? ? ?
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