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A. nocmrnal B. savanna C. dlurnal 00 @09 D. aboreal J Points Earned: 1/1 Correct Answer: D Your Response: D 14. The brllllant technologlcalg artletlc, and expresslve skllle ofhumanklng may well be a consequence oflhe fact that our early ancestors nag to be more and more adept. A. artlstlcelly B. soclally C. mentally D. technologically x Points Earned: 0/1 Correct Answer: B Vour Response: C 15. Home nabllls lest the generallzed homlneld ablllb/ to cllmb trees. J Points Earned: 1/1 Correct Answer: False Your Response: False 16. The arcnaeologlcal evidence suggests lhat Homo ereclus evolved towards modern finrms of numans between 600,000 and 130,000 years ago. ’ Points Earned: 1/1 Correct Answer: True Vour Response: True 17. cllmale changes are belleved m be partlally respenslble for me rapld mrust of human blologlcal and culmral evolutlon. . Eocene Mlocene Ice Age Fllocene PPP> m: was a questlnn en the qulzzex. 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Two prerequisites for social EDmplEHlb/ are: A. maritime resources and technical specialization B. long term settlement patterning and sophisticated tool kits I3. hunter-gamerer food strategies and sedentary living 0. higher population densities and large base Camps 00 @09 a Points Earned: 1/1 CDrrEEt Answer: D Your Response: D BB. When a permanent community lives year round at one place. it is A. urban B. permanent l3. Fixed D. sedentary rh n important term in the text. Mooiie eemmonitie: are known a: rtdrnadic. J Points Earned: 1/1 Correct Answer: D Vour Response: 0 39. With the onsetoregritoiture the concept or arose. A. Family lle cycles E. leisure time 2. land ownership D. specialized labor E. dirt The elher ieeieairreeseneoie answer weuld be “specialized labor” excepl that many agricullural cemmuriiliesfsocielies exisled without speclalislsi However. reed productieri led lo a eeneept otland ownership-on mosl places ontii recenlly, Seine sorl er communal ewnersnp based eri klrisl’ilp. J Points Earned: 1/1 Correct Answer: C Your Response: C 4|]. The nutritional differences between farmers and foragers reveal that A. farmers had more secure sources of food E. Farmers ate a better balanced diet l3. finragers were accustomed to famines; farmers were not D. finragers ate a better balanced diet " J Points Earned: 1/1 rim V | l l l | l lOInternet lQlEIEI‘Vo - 4 l Qstart B Q ” Q Inbox - Microsoft Outlook Q Rebels vs engle Box Scar... Q EsPNcom: NFL Gameca. .. a 5L335o1 Amheulugy Portfolio 1.docx - MICrDS... 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A. family life cycles B. leisure time l3. land ownership D. specialized labor E. dirt 0 G) 0 Q The other logical/reasonable answer would be “specialized labor” except that many agricultural communitiesfsncielies existed without speeieints. Heweuen Food producllnn ied to a concept orlarid ownershipfiin most place: until recently, some sort or communal ownership based on vinsnip. J Points Earned: 1/1 Correct Answer: C Vour Response: c 4D. The nutritional differences between farmers and foragers reveal that A. farmers had more secure sources of food E. Farmers ate a better balanced diet l3. foragers were accustomed to faminesj farmers were not D. floragers ate a better balanced diet J Points Earned: 1/1 Correct Answer: D Vour Response: 0 41. Explain the concept of cognitive fluidity and provide examples of its development. How might cognitive fluidity relate to cultural evolution? x Points 4/5 Earned: Correct page 100 "Some 50,000 years ago perhaps as a result ota fortuitous mutation tht promoted the fiJIly human brain, people developed new connections between previously isolated mental domainsccenvironmental, technical, and social intelligence... One consequence was much more Answer: sophisticated social relations; another was visual symbolisml the development ofart as a means ofevpression and communication.humankind now had the ability to bring the natural and social worlds together In a seamless synthesis..." Your Cognitive fluidity is the ability fior humans to connect different aspects of their daily lives and culture together. An increase in brain size accompanied cognitive fluidity of prehistoric humans. This also led to invention that was a major part of cultural evolution. New tools and tool making Response: methods were used because of the greater understadirig. Eventuallyj more complex hunting and gathering groups flormed. 42. How did the more intense exploitation orWiId floods pre-adapt humans for remind? a Points 4/5 Earned: Correct There are guite a number otpossiblities thatI Will consider here; some otthe obvious possibilities include: less mobility, experimentation in planting/harvesting or otherWise manipulating plant and/or animal resources, increasing storage of flood, etc. Answer: Your Just before farming started, many groups of early humans were subjected to pressures. The populations of the groups were increasing rapidlyp and in some places the amount of food sources were scarce. This meant that there were a limited number ofWild foods that could support the Response: group They still continued in hunt and gather other crops, but they began to concentrate on the reliable sources. 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