Behavioral Level of Analysis concerned with

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Behavioral Level of Analysis concerned with: physiological, developmental, ecological, and phylogenetic Responses to Environmental Change: Organismic Response-biochemical, instinct and reflex, learning, hormonal, reproductive life cycle, and morphogenetic Population Responses Ecological-demographic Evolutionary time: Evolutionary, Species replacement, group replacement Learning , Disease, Nutrition, Stress, and Culture Natural Selection, Sensitive Period Effects, Routine Environmental Effects, Elicitors Natural Selection Phylogeny; Sensitive Periods Embryology/Maturation; REE and Elicitors Embryology Long and Short Term Physiology which produce behavior Phylogeny Genome which goes to Embryology/Maturation: Long&Short Term Physiolgy Evolutionary Causes: Genomic-genetic, Ecological(adaptive), phylogenetic Ecological Causes: Neodarwinian—fitness maximized for survival, reproductive success; specific to an environment, and is the proximate cause of the genome Foragers=US
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This note was uploaded on 08/26/2011 for the course ANTHRO 200 taught by Professor Gouzoulesandkonner during the Spring '11 term at Emory.

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