Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Introduction into Biological Anthropology touches many aspects of human evolution, genetics, human ancestors and human evolutionary theory. I took it together with another science course Biology and I found the two together helped consolidate both subjects to memory.
I learned that our genetic make up have many causes particularly natural selection also scientific interpretation of fossil and archaeological evidence for human evolution. What I found very interesting was primate adaptations and behavioral ecology.
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Advice for students:
To ask as many questions as you see necessary that is pertaining to the chapter. If you fall behind in your interpretation of the material you will need to review as one chapter is very much a perquisite to the next. Finally, become familiar with all the evolutionary terms for the fossils and skull shape and keep an open mind with regards to theories of evolution , this is very important and changed how I view the world following this class.