Communication and expressing arts and symbolism and

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communication and expressing arts and symbolism and tools and idea of the hand-ax and clothing etc. Language: -the development of language and how it figures so prominently over culture. -has three components to it: a. physical b. cognitive c. social a. physical-theres teeth, tongue, lips, jaws, pharynx, breathing apparatus, voice box, brain -these all contribute to speaking and listening that are dependent on these organs -limbic system-the idea where we touch something, our brain automatically senses it which is communication and is built into our human brain. -particular parts of your brain control the speech process-syntax and words -the brain in humans is 7x larger than what is expected from our body size and 3x larger for primates. The brain takes 22x more energy than any muscle. Store information about objects in compartments like files. It sorts things into colors, shape, and locomotion and when you see the object, your brain is actually getting all the pieces and putting it together more efficient for absorbing new concepts. (FOR ANIMALS) -store information about tools in these compartmental ways. Tool naming activated the left temporal lobe where it’s very close to hand motion. It kind of looks like the development of hand
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