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Biology, Brains & Behavior

James Currey (Verlag)
Erschienen am 1. Januar 2001
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Hardcover
450 Seiten
978-0-85255-907-9 (ISBN)
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This volume examines the connections between the evolution of the human brain and behaviour.
 
This volume examines the connections between the evolution of the human brain and behaviour.
This book is recommended for specialists in any of these areas, and for generally interested scientists because of its broad integrative view of emerging fields.' - -- Lorraine McCune in The Quarterly Review of Biology
 
This book is recommended for specialists in any of these areas, and for generally interested scientists because of its broad integrative view of emerging fields.' - -- Lorraine McCune in The Quarterly Review of Biology
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Englisch
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Oxford
Großbritannien
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Höhe: 230 mm
Breite: 153 mm
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978-0-85255-907-9 (9780852559079)
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Homo erectus, infancy and childhood - the turning point in the evolution of hominid behavioural ontogeny, Sue Taylor Parker; the heterochronic evolution of primate cognitive development, Jonas Langer; evolution of ontogeny - "recapitulation" and the human neoteny myth, Michael McKinney; brain development, Liz Bates; how flexible is the neurodevelopmental clock, Terry Deacon; selection for condensation - an extended view of natural selection with applications to behavioural development, Borje Ekstig; behavioural development of nonhuman primates and the evolution of human behavioural ontogeny, Lynn Fairbanks; heterochrony, life histories and brain size - connections via a multivariate method, John Gittleman; cultural evolution and the evolution of culture, Patricia Greenfield; neoteny and heterochrony in the evolution of humans, Brian Shea.