kin selection in humans TOPIC 6 2-9-12 UPLOAD(1)

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Kin-selected behaviors in humans
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Information Table and Exhibits: Student Activity Center Lobby, 9:00 am – 5:30 pm Films and Discussion : Student Activities Center Rm 302, February 10 Films: Time: "Great Transformations" 9:30AM - 11:00AM "Why Sex?" 11:00AM - 12:30PM "Evolutionary Arms Race" 12:30PM - 2:00PM Keynote Speaker: Mark Norell “How Fossils Reveal The Origin of Birds from Other Dinosaurs” February 10 2012, 7:30 P.M., Earth and Space Sciences 001 Co-sponsored by the Office of the Provost, the Department of Ecology and Evolution , and the Center for Communicating Science , School of Journalism 201 2
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Exam #1 February 21 in class
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Kin-selected behaviors in humans
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8 million years 16 million years 6 million years orangutan gorilla human chimpanzee Strong, NEW selection can produce an Revolutionar y new SOCIAL BEHAVIOR
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Human societies Animals Tissues and organs Cell biology Molecules Atoms Subatomic particle physics Animal societies Genetic design information
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Human societies Genetic design information Animal societies
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Genetic design information Animal societies C < Br Hamilton’s Law
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Human societies Genetic design information Animal societies
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Human societies Genetic design information Animal societies
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Human societies Genetic design information Animal societies
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Human societies Genetic design information Animal societies
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kin-selected competitive behavior kin-selected cooperative behavior retain suppres s, manage
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Human societies Genetic design information Human private lives Human public lives Animal societies
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I. Important refinements of kin- selection theory : Genetic relatedness is NOT the same thing as genetic similarity or identity
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