Evolution of mind, brain, and culture

Auteur(s) : Hatfield, Gary (Éd.)
Pittman, Holly (Éd.)
Description matérielle : XIX-476 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.Publication : Philadelphia : University of Pennylvania museum of archaeology and anthropology, 2013.Cote : G.5001Note : Bibliogr. p. 379-464 ; Index. Thématique : Ethnologie | Cognition | Evolution humaine
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Introduction: Evolution of mind, brain, and culture / Hatfield, Gary --
When did we become humans? Evolutionary perspectives on the emergence of the modern human mind, brain, and culture / Schurr, Theodore G. --
What genetics can tell us about the origins of the modern human brain / Hey, Jody --
The primate mind before tools, language, and culture / Seyfarth, Robert M. and Cheney, Dorothy L. --
Functions of premotor cortices: from motor control to social cognition / Chaminade, Thierry --
The origins of human cooperation from a developmental and comparative perspective / Warneken, Felix --
Mimesis theory re-examined, twenty years after the fact / Donald, Merlin --
The role of cooperation in the evolution of protolanguage and language / Gärdenfors, Peter --
The cathedral model for the evolution of human cognition / Mithen, Steven --
Cognition, behavioral modernity, and the archaeological record of the Middle and Early Upper Paleolithic / Nowell, April --
Rethinking paleoanthropology: a world queerer than we supposed / Richerson, Peter J. and Boyd, Robert --
Human behavioral ecology, optimality, and human action / Sterelny, Kim --
The distinctively-human mind: the many pillars of cumulative culture / Carruthers, Peter --
Human culture is more than memes and transmission / Chase, Philip G.

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