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Carlson (7e) Physiology of Behavior Chapter 1: Introduction

Carlson (7e) Physiology of Behavior Chapter 1: Introduction

Carlson (7e) Physiology of Behavior Chapter 1: Introduction. Overview Of Course Topics. Foundations of Physiological Psychology Neurophysiology and neuroanatomy Methodology Sensation and Movement Physiology of Behavior Neurological Disorders Sleep and circadian rhythms

By jana
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Unit 3A Origins of life

Unit 3A Origins of life

Unit 3A Origins of life. Click me!!. What happened first. 1. The cosmic dust left over from the “Big Bang” helped form the Earth– 4.6 Billion Years Ago

By fola
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Lecture 6 ANIMAL EVOLUTION: THE VERTEBRATES

Lecture 6 ANIMAL EVOLUTION: THE VERTEBRATES

Lecture 6 ANIMAL EVOLUTION: THE VERTEBRATES. Origin & Early Divergences. Primates evolved from small, rodent-like mammals (tree shrews) that moved into the trees 60 million years ago. Then prosimians evolved

By felix
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How did Mesolithic Humans Differ F rom Their Paleolithic Counterparts?

How did Mesolithic Humans Differ F rom Their Paleolithic Counterparts?

How did Mesolithic Humans Differ F rom Their Paleolithic Counterparts?. And what does death have to do with it?. The first Hominids, they are thought to have emerged in East Africa in the Great Rift Valley between 3-4 million years ago.

By dolph
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Early Hominids

Early Hominids

Early Hominids. Mrs. Hubbard Purple team. Australopithecus A farensis. 3 to 4 million years ago Lucy Biped (walked on two legs) Brain was one third the size of our brains No tools ever found 3 feet tall. Homo Habilis : Handy man. 1 to 2 million years ago

By inge
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Human Origins Day!

Human Origins Day!

Human Origins Day!. Answer the following questions in the Warm-up sections of your binder: 1) What information can we gather by studying human origins? 2) Do we benefit from this information? Why or why not?. Class Agenda. Essential Questions Human Origins Notes Human Origins Activity

By bill
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The Dance of the Fertile Universe

The Dance of the Fertile Universe

The Dance of the Fertile Universe. Chance and Destiny Embrace. George V. Coyne, S.J. Vatican Observatory. Chance or necessity:. God?. The Universe is Fertile Because It is old: 13.7 billion years It contains 10 thousand billion billion stars . From the Big Bang. Hubble Ultra Deep Field.

By zofia
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