Anthropology 336: Evolutionary Anthropology provides a general introduction to a number of topics related to the evolution of human adaptations, including various human behaviours.
|Using a Cross-species Perspective to Study Human Behaviour|
Smuts, B. B., & Smuts, R. W. 1993. Male aggression and sexual coercion of females in nonhuman primates and other mammals: Evidence and theoretical implications. In Advances in the Study of Behavior (Vol. 22), edited by P. J. B. Slater, J. S. Rosenblatt, C. T. Snowdon, and M. Milinski (pp. 1-63). San Diego, CA: Academic Press, Inc. Reproduced with permission of the publisher and the authors.
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|The Dating Game: Human Pair-Bonds and Mate Preferences|
|Menopause: Is It Unique to Humans?|
Fedigan, L. M., & Pavelka, M. M. 2006. Reproductive cessation in female primates: Comparisons of Japanese macaques and humans. In Primates in Perspective edited by C. Campbell, A. Fuentes, K. C. Mackinnon, M. Panger, & S. Bearder (pp. 437-447). Oxford: Oxford University Press. Reproduced by permission of Oxford University Press, Inc.
|The Evolution of Human Language: What Is It and Who Has It?|
|The Evolution of Human Language: Where Did It Come From?|
|Brains, Bodies, and Burgers: How Has Diet Shaped Human Evolution?|
Leonard, W. R., Snodgrass, J. J., & Robertson, M. L. 2007. Effects of brain evolution on human nutrition and metabolism. Annual Review of Nutrition, 27, 311-327; C-1-C-4. ANNUAL REVIEW OF NUTRITION by Darby, William J. Reproduced with permission of ANNUAL REVIEWS, INC. in the format electronic usage via Copyright Clearance Center.
|The Evolutionary Origins of Religion|
|The Future of Homo sapiens|