Faythe Del Rosario
T/TH 10:30 - 12 p.m.
February 24, 2016
QUOTE AND QUESTION #2: THE AMERICANIZATION OF MENTAL ILLNESS
"Culture shapes the way general psychopathology is going to be translated partially or
completely into specific psychopa
It exist in all species because of Alleles in the gene pool of every deem. (Breeding
Only in Meiosis crossing over and recombination change the effect of alleles
Mutation causes all new alleles.
Heredity: The passing of biological information afrom generation to generation.
Gemmules: Darwins idea of units of inheritance for each body part contained in the reproductive
organs. (This idea is WRONG)
Blended Inheritance: False theory
The Primate Skeleton in Biology and Anthropology
Primates (Five Types)
Apes: 35 mya
Prosimians: Mostly small, Nocturnal, 16 mya
Monkeys: Bigger, live in daytime, have larger skulls/brains and allow for more social behavior.
Continue to ev
Archeology: The study of the past
What is Anthropology: The holistic study of human beings. The science of humanity looks at every
aspect of humanity. American anthropology is a hard science
Franz Boas: The founder of American anthropology. Founder at Col
Critical Thinking Banned
Edward Sapir Ishi: Linguist, Yahi Indian, Ishi means human being.
Linguist: Study of language
Museum Scientist: One example is UC Berkley
Ethnology: Cross cultural
What is Biological Anthropology?
ANP 120 Lecture #01
Goals for today
What is Biological Anthropology?
definition difference Anthropology / other social sciences 4 subfields of Anthropology
Neanderthals & Archaic Homo sapiens
Early archaic H. Sapiens & later Neandertals
Middle Pleistocene evolutionary trends
Middle Pleistocene culture
The Neandertal mystery
I. Early Archaic Homo sapiens
dispersed Homo erectus evolved
Human vs. Chimpanzee
The Origin and
Dispersal of Modern Humans
Homo sapiens sapiens
All contemporary populations- Homo
Several fossil forms (100k.y.a.) = same
African recent H. sapiens fossils -nearmodern.
Questions About the Origin and
Final Exam Study Guide
The exam will cover assigned chapters in your Larsen text and in your Smith &
Slovak reader, as well as topics discussed in class. This exam is not cumulative and
will cover material that we examined from the la
When, Where and What
Premodern Humans of the Middle
A Review of Middle Pleistocene Evolution
Middle Pleistocene Culture
Neandertals: Premodern Humans of the
Chapter 12: The Origins, Evolution, and Dispersal of Modern
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A distinctive method of stone tool production used during the Middle Paleolithic, in which the core was prepared and
Chapter 11: The Origins and Evolution of Early Homo
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The culture associated with H. erectus, including handaxes and other types of stone tools; more refined than the
earlier Oldowan tools. These tools we
CHAPTER 6: THE FIRST HUMANS
This chapter discusses the evolution of the genus Homo. Emphasis is placed on H. erectus and its
expansion outside of Africa, the Neandertals, and the emergence of anatomically modern humans. The
chapter also d
Anthro 1 Final Exam
The fossil Record
1. Geologic Time chart (Earth 4.6 billon years ago)
2. Plate tectonics : Process by which crustal plates move resulting in continental drift
3. Continental drift: Continental drift is the slow movement of the Earth'
CHAPTER 5: THE FIRST HOMININS
This chapter introduces students to the development of the hominin line. It discusses the emergence of the
australopithecinesincluding the evidence we have for their anatomical features, lifeways, and
Ardipithecus ramidus (Ardi) [400cc]
-Smaller front teeth, smaller back teeth
-4.4mya, East Africa
-earliest confirmed biped
-largest sagittal crest (bone on top of the skull)
1. Australopithecus Afarensis (lucy) [430cc]
Chapter 12, The Origins, Evolution, and Dispersal of Modern People
Whats So Modern about Modern Humans?
Modern humans are different from archaic humans.
Skeletal traits: round, tall skull with vertical forehead, small brow ridges,
Small face and teeth wit
Chapter 10, Early Hominid Origins and Evolution: The Roots of Humanity
What is a Hominid?
Bipedal Locomotion: Getting Around on Two Feet
Evolved before large brain size
Walking on two limbs (with associated skeletal changes)
Origin or Bipedalism: Three Hy
Modern Human Variation
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ABO Blood Group: phenotype: blood groups do not have equal distribution
- Blood type A, B, AB, O
- O allele: prominent in South and North America (almost 100%)
- Genetic drift (founder effect):
CHAPTER 4: THE PRIMATES
This chapter introduces students to the study of living, non-human primates. It discusses the basic
classification of primates and all of the classes of living primates. The chapter pays special attention to the
1. GRASPING FEET & HANDS
2. FINGERNAILS INSTEAD OF CLAWS.
4. LARGER BRAINS.
5. VISUALLY ORIENTED.
6. LESS EMPHASIS ON SMELL.
7. SINGLE BIRTHS.
8. INCREASED LIFE SPAN.
9. LONG PERIOD OF GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT.
10. TENDENCY TO LIVE IN LONG LA
EXAM 2 STUDY GUIDE
Modern Human Variation:
Race verses Cline
Skin Pigmentation and UV radiation
Chapter 8: Fossils and Their Place in Time and Nature
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amino acid dating
An absolute dating method for organic
remains such as bone or shell, in which
the amount of change in the amino acid
structure is measure
Chapter 7: Primate Sociality, Social Behavior, and Culture
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Refers to a behavior that benefits others while being a disadvantage to the individual.
Refers to the process of animals becoming accu
Chapter 7: Fossils and Their Place in Time and Nature
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amino acid dating
an absolute dating method for organic
remains such as bon or shell, in which
the amount of change in the amino acis
structure is mea
Chapter 6: Biology in the Present: The Other Living Primates
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A suite of physical traits that enable an
organism to live in trees.
Refers to lower molar