The thinking ape: evolutionary origins of intelligence
This text describes how human ancestors reached the point in cognitive evolution from which the evolution of modern humans was possible. Rather than speculating about the mental abilities of fossil hominids, on the basis of modern human psychology, the author explores earlier phases ofevolution, with the more solid and testable evidence of human ancestry that is still alive: modern primates and other animals.
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Review: The Thinking Ape: Evolutionary Origins Of IntelligenceUser Review - joshua grothaus - Goodreads
interesting stuff. goo for a read but not something I would go out and buy. Read full review
Review: The Thinking Ape: Evolutionary Origins Of IntelligenceUser Review - Danielle - Goodreads
Much more interesting than I had anticipated. If you're interested in nonhuman primates and intelligence it's a good one. Read full review
the limits of fossil evidence
How to reconstruct evolutionary history
What is intelligence and what is it for?
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The Impact of Inequality: How to Make Sick Societies Healthier
Richard G. Wilkinson
No preview available - 2005