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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kristoffer Nader on Thursday October 22, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ANTH 5 at University of California Santa Barbara taught by S. Gaulin in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 37 views. For similar materials see /class/227015/anth-5-university-of-california-santa-barbara in anthropology, evolution, sphr at University of California Santa Barbara.

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Date Created: 10/22/15
FALL 2009 ANTHROPOLOGY 5 FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE Relevant lecture outlines are on the web The first lecture covered on the nal is mistakenly labeled Early Hominids A Ecological Contexts Derived Traits It should be labeled Early Hominins Webmaster take note Topics covered on the exam ows over to a second page Hominin evolution Taxonomic position hominins not hominids relationship to other apes Ecological contexts Three main phases preAustralopithecus Australopithecus including Paranthropus Homo When did the livewhat were their traits just what was covered in lecture Derived traits approximate timesequence of appearance and plausible selection pressures favoring them Types of stone tool technologies and their timing Origins and spread of Homo and Homo sapiens Human variation Within and betweenpopulation variation in humans as compared to chimps Three ancient African races one of which includes all nonAfricans Why aren t we all the same Why is there genetic variation mutation heterozygote superiority frequencydependent selection etc Hunter gatherers Ecology Social organization Sexual division of labor Mortality patterns Sexual selection Causes reproductive rates and parental investment Intra versus intersexual selection traits favored by each force and their relative impact on men and women Sex similarities and sex differences in mate choice criteria The Redqueen model for sexual reproduction and its impact on mate choice The special role of body fat in human evolution and its relationship to brain size cognitive function and the waisthip ratio The EEA Why we re not perfectly adapted to the 21St century Recency of shift away from hunting and gathering Sunbuming inappropriate phobias dietary problems media effects etc Evolution of behavior Domainspecificity Heritability of behavior and role of genes in the brain Adaptations for language Pairbonding and paternal investment


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