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Anth150KSPart2of4Sp11 - ANTH 150 Human Adaptation Pre/Post...

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ANTH 150 Human Adaptation Pre/Post- Knowledge Survey Part 2 (Weeks 5-8, Chapters 4-6 ) Student ID# or name or alias INSTRUCTIONS: This is your study guide for Test 2. This is a knowledge survey . Please respond by indicating how confident you are that you can do each item. Select 3 if you are fully able to respond to the item; select 2 if you are able to partially respond; select 1 if you are not able to respond to the item. Culture: Capacity for sharing knowledge 1. This morning you got up and made and ate breakfast. Easting is a biological necessity, but eating breakfast is cultural. Support this evaluation by applying the characteristics of culture to the behavior of eating breakfast. 3 2 1 2. Assess the extent to which chimpanzee nut cracking is cultural according to your text’s 4 criteria of cultural behavior. 3 2 1 3. Describe an example of a protocultural behavior. 3 2 1 4. Contrast ecofacts and artifacts and give an example of each. 3 2 1 5. Name the parts of McLean’s triune brain model . 3 2 1 6. Explain the function of each of those parts. 3 2 1 7. Explain how McLean’s triune brain relates to human evolution. 3 2 1 8.
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