Midterm Review _3(1)

Midterm Review _3(1) - Homo erectus Homo ergaster Homo...

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Anthropology 200g Origins of Humanity Midterm 3 -Study Guide Note: This study guide is not comprehensive. Questions on the exam may come from any lecture notes and readings (including Stanford text 6, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, and Annual Editions articles 30, 31, 32, 34, 35, 37, 39). Lab content including the Ape Genius and In Search Of Human Origins videos are also potential exam material. People and their Theories Wolpoff and Thorne -Multi-Regional/Continuity Model Wilson and Cann - Out of Africa/Replacement Model Alfred Binet- Origins of the modern IQ test (caveats and uses in America) S.G. Morton -Craniometry Paul Broca - Craniometry and Hereditarianism Margie Profet - Menstruation Hunter-gatherer groups; Konner and Shostak - Mothering and diet among the !Kung Buss, etc. – Evolutionary Psychology Know defining characteristics of the following species (including behavioral, geographical and anatomical. Also, know approximate dates and details about significant sites)
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Unformatted text preview: Homo erectus Homo ergaster Homo floresiensis Neandertals Anatomically Modern Homo sapiens (AMHS) Tool industries and defining characteristics (and who used them) Evolution of Diseases (What is the relationship between environmental pressures and certain diseases? How can we call them adaptations?) Darwinian/Evolutionary Medicine Sickle Cell Anemia -Malaria Lactose Tolerance Cancer The Red Queen Hypothesis -Evolution of Resistant Strains HIV/AIDS Other evolutionary ideas and principles Race - Biological differences and cultural meanings (e.g., race and intelligence) Hunter/Gatherers and their adaptations (why do anthropologists study them?) Parts of the Brain and their significance in our evolution Evolution of Language (Know Broca’s Area and Wernicke’s Area) Evolutionary Psychology (e.g. domains, the Environment of Evolutionary Adaptiveness )...
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