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Lecture 31

PSYCH-UA 25 Lecture 31: Evolutionary psych 821
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PSYCH-UA 25
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hypothesis
We drink alcohol not because it's an adaptation but instead a by product of adaptive
fondness of ripe fruit
Man the hunter model/hunting hypothesis
Transition from foraging to hunting allowed us to further evolve and develop language
Provision hypothesis
Uniquely high parental investment from human males, because meat is economical, low
effort
Show off hypothesis
Women prefer male neighbours who are show offs, and share the risky fruits of their
hunting labours
Gathering hypothesis
Foraging compensate for hunting failures, but if so effective, everyone would have
gathered. Doesn't account for sex differences
Savanna hypothesis
SelectionDisgust serves to defend again microbial attack
Pregnancy sickness
Heightened sensitivity and nauseous reaction to some food for 3 months. Avoid
teratogens
Cooking hypothesis
Invention of cooking allowed large human brain
Antimicrobial hypothesis
Spices kill growth of microorganism a and prevent toxin production
Frugivory by-product has favoured preference and motivation to explore and settle in
environments abundant in resources needed to sustain life and avoid risky places
Stages of habitat selection
Selection, info gathering, exploitation
Hostile forces of nature
Dangers to survival. Climate, weather, food shortage, toxins, disease, predators, other
people
packages that correspond to distinct species, and species has an essence. Cognitive
adaptation
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hypothesis We drink alcohol not because it's an adaptation but instead a by product of adaptive fondness of ripe fruit Man the hunter model/hunting hypothesis Transition from foraging to hunting allowed us to further evolve and develop language Provision hypothesis Uniquely high parental investment from human males, because meat is economical, low effort Show off hypothesis Women prefer male neighbours who are show offs, and share the risky fruits of their hunting labours Gathering hypothesis Foraging compensate for hunting failures, but if so effective, everyone would have gathered. Doesn't account for sex differences Savanna hypothesis SelectionDisgust serves to defend again microbial attack Pregnancy sickness Heightened sensitivity and nauseous reaction to some
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