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The Hazda
Hunter, gatherer- no social hierarchy
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Coren Apicella
Lives with hunter gatherer soc. symptoms of depression or sz- early adaptation
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Evolution not lower-> higher
adapt to environment
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Variance in characteristics of individuals
Phenotypes
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Variation in genetic base
Genotypes
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More successful- leave more offspring
Evolutionary
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Capacity to respond and adapt to environment
Behavioural plasticity
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Columbus monkeys
Alarm call= dead
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Chimps
Not so dead
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Adaptation
trait selected
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By-product
trait not adaptation but by=product of something that is
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Out-dated adaptation
used to be useful
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Sz
by-product of large brain/ artistic ability
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Depression
Social navigation theory
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ADHD
adaptation of exploration
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Table
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Language- proximate mechanic
Broca's area and vocal chords
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proximate ontogenic
development innate or learned
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Ultimate- phylogenetic
do non-human species have pre-requisites for language
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Ultimate- functional
why did language develop in the first place?
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Insecure/ impoverished
earlier sexual maturation/ teenage pregnancy- Life History Theory
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Fast externalising
aggression/ delinquency/ high activity
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Slow internalising
depression/ anxiety/ social withdrawal
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Psychopathy
Fast life strategy- more diverse risk taking/ criminal activity, lying, exploitation/ less shame, guilt, empathy/ fast mating strategies
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Primary and Secondary
Callow and unemotional/ risk-taking and impulsivity
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