Week 12 ANT 102
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This 0 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kelsey Gaudette on Friday November 6, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ANT 102 at Illinois State University taught by Fred Smith in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 11 views. For similar materials see Human Origins in anthropology, evolution, sphr at Illinois State University.
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Date Created: 11/06/15
What makes us different A Adapted to different ecological niche 1 2 Savanna open grasslands Adaptations i Absence of defensive canines ii Absence of overt display behavior iii Reduced sexual dimorphism lV Absence of leadership hierarchy means that our leadership is based on reason and is complex v Cooperative no hierarchy share food and resources vi Less volatile we re calm vii Af liative behavior smiling eye contact viii Inclusion of males in child rearing male roles with females beyond mating brother father grandfather friend ix Broader parenting responsibilities extended family adoption grandparents menopause increases likelihood of survival and rearing of offspring x Learning active teaching time for childhood new development stage between 26 learn how to behave and socialize transmission of culture not only by observation but by being taught The earliest humans A Adaptive radiation adaptation to certain foods in certain niches B Historically 1 JUN 558339 million years ago rst true primates prosimians being so well adapted to arboreal niche that they began developing better traits for niche Cradle of humankind is Africa Age of Apes Miocene l Over 100 species of apes India crashes into Asia and forms Late Miocene i Change in oceanic current ii Dryer and cooler iii Lost forests and therefore apes
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