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READING GUIDE 9 Brown D E 1991 Human Universals Incest Avoidance pp 118129 McGrawHill In studying incest avoidance why should marriage rules and sexual relations not be confused Why have marriage rules and sexual relations often been confused Do wild animals mate incestuously Are incest taboos universal How did Freud and Westermarck differ in their view about why human groups have incest taboos Why did Westermarck believe many siblings were uninterested in sex with each other What was found out about the sexual interests between individuals who were raised together from early childhood in kibbutzim when they were small children as older children as adults According to Fox what is predictive of the intensity of heterosexual attraction of cosocialized children after puberty What was found to be the result of Chinese marriages where unrelated individuals male and female were raised together from childhood on Crosscousin marriages are preferred among many societies e g the Tsimane Shuar Achuar Shiwiar and Yanomamo of the Amazon Among Arabs what did McCabe nd to be the result of preferred patrilateral parallel cousin marriages Why were these marriage preferred among Arabs and why did they result compared to other marriage types the way they did What is the reproductive consequence of fullsibling or parentchild incest Is there evidence of any societies that practiced widespread incest If so what kind and which societies Lieberman et al 2007 The architecture of human kin detection Nature 44515727 731 What hypothesis has been tested by this paper and evidence has been provided to address the hypothesis What does a kin detection mechanisms functionally achieve Generally what cues are utilized for estimates of relatedness READING GUIDE 7 Hagen EH and Bryant GA 2003 Music and Dance as a Coalitional Signaling System Human Nature l4l2l51 What are the proposed functions that music and dance served in the ancestral environment by authors other than Hagen and Bryant What are the functions that Hagen and Bryant are proposing music and dance served in the ancestral environment What are the adaptive problems that went along with unrelated individuals working together and groups of unrelated individuals working together What are the problems with theories of music as a mechanism of sexual selection Do Hagen and Bryant believe that social cohesion and bonding is a function of music or an effect Coordinated vocalization occurs in many animals What function does it serve in birds coyotes gibbons siamangs chimpanzees What makes a coalition What anecdote is presented from a Cree informant in the section on combat and what inference is drawn from this in suggesting the role of music and dance in the EEA What honest signals do dance and music performed by a group convey regarding the coalition s quality How did Hagen and Bryant conduct their experiment What did they nd regarding relationships between perceived coalitionary quality and music quality or music synchrony Kenneally C Levitin D Lawton G Mithen S 2008 Music special roots of music New Scientist 2644 23 Feb2839 What kind of music do monkeys like What do humans use music for What do nonhumans use musiclike vocalizations for What s in a tune


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