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Author King, Barbara J., 1956-

Title Roots of human behavior / Barbara J. King.

Publication Info. Chantilly, Va. : The Teaching Co., 2001.


Location Call No. Status
 Berlin-Peck Memorial Library - Non Fiction  GREAT COURSES 301 KING DISC 1-2    Check Shelf
 Enfield, Main Library - Audio-Visual Materials  GC 301 KIN DISC 1-2    Check Shelf
Description 2 videodiscs (360 min.) sound, color ; 4 3/4 in..
Series The great courses
Great courses (DVD)
System Details DVD, region 1.
Performer Lecturer: Barbara J. King, College of William and Mary.
Note Accompanying course guidebook includes a glossary, anthropoid sketches, and annotated bibliography.
Summary Professor King delivers twelve 30-min. lectures exploring the evolutionary links humans share with monkeys and apes, and explains the significance of those links in understanding human behavior.
Contents lecture 1: The four facets of anthropology -- lecture 2: Social bonds and family ties -- lecture 3: The journey away from Mom -- lecture 4: Males and females- really so different? -- lecture 5: Sex and reproduction -- lecture 6: Tool making- of hammers and anvils -- lecture 7: Social learning and teaching -- lecture 8: Culture- What is it? Who's got it? -- lecture 9: Dynamics of social communication -- lecture 10: Do great apes use language? -- lecure 11: Highlights of human evolution -- lecture 12: Exploring and conserving a legacy.
Note GMD: videorecording.
Subject Anthropology.
Human behavior.
Human evolution.
Added Author Teaching Company.
ISBN 1565855930: $69.95
Music No. 168 Teaching Company
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