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ANT 2511 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Endoplasmic Reticulum, Semipermeable Membrane, Flagellum
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Ch. 3 Genetics Chimpanzees are humans closest living relatives -Both primates often have similar facial expressions, emotions, body movements THE CELL -Cell: Basic unit of life for all organisms Prokaryotes: Single-celled...

Anthropology
ANT 2511
Amanda Groff
ANT 3541 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Melvin Konner, Kalahari Desert, Facial Symmetry
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Sources of Marital Conflict in 5 Cultures - Evolutionary Psychology Journal Conflicts arose mostly over reproductive strategy - Cultural and social pressure played a role - Hormonal factors - Attractive...

Anthropology
ANT 3541
Ronald Wallace
ANT 3541 Lecture Notes - Fall 2018 Lecture 5 - The Selfish Gene, The Blind Watchmaker, Richard Dawkins
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Biobehavioral Anthropology - Lecture 5 - ANT 3541-0001 Richard Dawkins - British Biologist, Excellent writer, The Selfish Gene - The Blind Watchmaker - explores the idea that the evolutionary process -...

Anthropology
ANT 3541
Ronald Wallace
ANT 3541 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Phoneme, Sociobiology, Morpheme
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Biobehavioral Anthropology - Lecture 4 - ANT 3541-0001 Konrad Lorenz was a pioneer Ibilibas - Took lorenz more general assumptions and he refined them into testable scientific categories - one of the ...

Anthropology
ANT 3541
Ronald Wallace
ANT 3541 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Digit Ratio, On Human Nature, Gilbert Herdt
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Prenatal Influences on Sexual Orientation Digit ratio means if you take your 2 digit and your 4 digit and you find the ratio between the two measurements it is an indication of androgen ratio Prenatal androgen levels are ...

Anthropology
ANT 3541
Ronald Wallace
ANT 3541 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Radiocarbon Dating, System Justification, Observational Study
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Monkeys and Their Use of Tools - Scientists became interested in these Capul monkeys due to their use of tools to open nuts and finish tasks When scientists investigated the stone tools that the monkeys us...

Anthropology
ANT 3541
Ronald Wallace
ANT 3541 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Marvin Harris, Neophobia, Aposematism
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How Colors Attract Mates and Preferred Colors in Sexual Settings Research has shown that women wear more red when they want to mate Red is associated with sexual fertility in non human primates There is some evidence that...

Anthropology
ANT 3541
Ronald Wallace
ANT 3541 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Biophilia Hypothesis, Jane Goodall
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Discover relationship between different natural and human reactions Nature causing positive effects on mood and memory - Biophilia Found that trees in suburban environments can increase feelings of safety People are happi...

Anthropology
ANT 3541
Ronald Wallace
ANT 3541 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Austronesian Languages, Wehali, Matrilocal Residence
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Kinship Structures Create Persistent Channels for Language Transmission - 2017 study done by J. Stephen Lansing, Cheryl Abundo, Guy S. Jacobs, Elsa G. Guillot, etc Summarizing and taking notes on a recent study This stu...

Anthropology
ANT 3541
Ronald Wallace
ANT 3541 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Endorphins, Theta Wave
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Sensation of Pain and Endorphin Levels Endorphin levels are elevated in humans when listening to music, but highest when performing music Ethnomusicology - study of music in it's context Music from a Darwinian standpoin...

Anthropology
ANT 3541
Ronald Wallace
ANT 3541 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Ashley Montagu, Optical Illusion
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Aggression in Animals - Summarizing and taking notes on a recent study Competition for food, for mates, and for space Competition for food, grass is a great example as it is high nutrition Competition for mates is a highl...

Anthropology
ANT 3541
Ronald Wallace
ANT 3541 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: David Buss, Greylag Goose, Konrad Lorenz
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Biobehavioral Anthropology Lecture 3 Around the 1940s the case was made that there was a large variety of human characteristics - Ruth Benedict showed this - Margaret Mead, Benedicts colleague also followed up...

Anthropology
ANT 3541
Ronald Wallace
ANT 3541 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Reo Fortune, Visual Anthropology, Gregory Bateson
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Biobehavioral Anthropology - Lecture 2 - ANT 3541-0001 Carl Jung introduced the idea of introversion and extraversion - it would be fascinating to see if there is a correlation of metabolic rate with these...

Anthropology
ANT 3541
Ronald Wallace
ANT 3541 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Totem Pole, Noam Chomsky, Sigmund Freud
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Biobehavioral Anthropology - Lecture 1 - ANT 3541-0001 Biobehavioral anthropology is roughly defined as the biology of human thought and behavior. Premise that at least some major (degree) of our thoug...

Anthropology
ANT 3541
Ronald Wallace
ANT 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Krapina, Acheulean, Foxp2
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Origins, Evolution and Dispersal of Modern People Tuesday, April 17, 2018 1:32 PM 1856 Feldhofer Cave, Neander Valley, Germany Virchow thoughts remains were pathological; thoughts long low skull was evidence of rickets or ...

Anthropology
ANT 2000
Michael Callaghan

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