Who was the first hominid species to migrate to and inhabit most of the continent of Europe?
Which species migrated to the islands of South East Asia, and is nicknamed the Hobbit?
H. floresiensis, which can be considered a species of diminutive huma
Hola, qu tal?
Where does Spanish come from?
Roman colonization of the Iberian Peninsula
begins in the 3rd century b.c.
Romans contribution to the peninsula:
architecture, law, religion, and most importantly
Latin spoken by the Romans wi
Estimates and Sample Sizes
Chapter 7, Part 2
Finding Margin of Error
Question: Assume that a random sample is
used to estimate a population proportion p.
Find the margin of error E that corresponds to
the given statistics and
Koko the Gorilla
Penny Patterson, a young graduate student at Stanford University, spent six
years on an unusual project. She took on a baby gorilla named Koko and taught her to
talk using sign language.
Before Penny began her work with Koko, most scienti
the idea of a tree
sound-image is DIRECT
REPRESENTATION of concept
the idea of a tree
sound-image has ARBITRARY
RELATIONSHIP to concept
The Evolution of the Hominidae: Homo (Continued)
UNIT VII ASSIGNMENTS AND LECTURE
UNIT VII DISCUSSION
After reading the text the Unit VII lectures, please go to the discussion forum for Unit VII and
post your comments to the followin
The Evolution of the Hominidae - Early Hominids
UNIT VI ASSIGNMENTS AND LECTURE
Exam IV is open book, open lecture
Our next exam, Exam IV, will cover Unit VI and VII. Please start studying early so that you can
spend time on
Given the most recent fossil, archeological, and biomolecular research results, what is your view now of
the people who inhabited Europe during the MIddle and Late Pleistocene - the Neandertals?
Were these people human?
Include your thoughts on Neandertal
Introduction to Primates Today
UNIT V ASSIGNMENTS AND LECTURE
UNIT V DISCUSSION
For Unit V, please read and study Chapter 3 and 4 in the text and the Unit V Lectures. See Unit
V, Lecture 3
for the discussion question.
Introduction to Primates
UNIT IV ASSIGNMENTS AND LECTURE
Exam III is open book and open lecture.
Exam III will cover Units IV and V and it is an online exam. It will consist of 30 questions
worth 3 points each, two questions
What are your concepts and attitudes about gorillas, bonobos, orangs, and chimpanzees now?
Have they changed?
What did you find most surprising about the common chimpanzee, the bonobo, the orang, and the
gorilla, especially when you read about and watched
UNIT II ASSIGNMENTS AND LECTURE
READINGS FOR UNIT II
Chapter 2: The Discovery of Evolution to Evolution, Individuals and Populations and lecture.
UNIT II DISCUSSION
How variation was inherited and maintained in populations was never completely
Unit III - Lecture 1
UNIT III ASSIGNMENTS AND LECTURE
Our next exam, Exam II, will cover Unit III. The most important aspects of Unit III are covered
in detail in our lectures. The lectures are basic to understanding some of the evolutionary
THE DISCIPLINE OF ANTHROPOLOGY
THE DEFINITION OF ANTHROPOLOGY
The term "Anthropology" is derived from the Greek words: anthropos, meaning human or man,
and logos meaning study. Thus, Anthropology means the study of humans. The working
1. Describe in detail Mendel's experiments and outcomes.
2. Explain clearly the terms recessive and dominant genes, giving examples from the "pea table".
3. State and clearly explain Mendel's 1st and 2nd laws.
4. Explain why are the concepts of "particula
SUBJECT DISCIPLINE AND COURSE NUMBER
Anthropology Department/Cultural Anthropology - ANTH 106
UNITS AND HOURS
Biological Anthropology (ANTH 106) is a 3-unit transferable course to the Cal State and UC
A "rule of thumb" for the number of
Studying the lecture notes is very important; it will be difficult to pass the course without carefully
studying the lectures. Sometimes the lecture will summarize material; sometimes, it will pres