This book presents a series of essays on neuroscientific aspects of human nature and instinctive behavior, individually acquired (learned) behavior, human bipedal locomotion, voluntary movement, and the general problem of how the brain controls behavior. The author argues that concepts of the mind based on ancient Greek philosophy are past usefulness, and that modern animal behavior studies provide a better guide to the functional organization of the brain.14. 15. 16. for pay, the tasks of slaughtering animals, preparing skins for clothing and the collection of honey. ... in a population of predator-free white tail deer is provided by the George Reserve, a 464 hectare (1, 146 acre) plot of Michigan ... In: Hummel, M. (editor) Endangered spaces: the future for Canadaa#39;s wilderness, Toronto: Key Porter Books Ltd., pp. ... Any simple dichotomy between intraspecific aggression and predatory behavior in humans is complicated by the observation thatanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Evolving Brain|
|Author||:||C. H. Vanderwolf|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2007-04-30|