A Context for the Emergence of Modern Human Cognition

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TitleA Context for the Emergence of Modern Human Cognition
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PIDvideo:1342
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ConferenceAmerican Philosophical Society Annual Meeting (2015)
speakerTattersall, Ian
CONTENT DESCRIPTION
AbstractIan Tattersal gives the R.A.F. Penrose Lecture on human evolution. He examines how human cognition could have come about.
LanguageEnglish (eng)
Subject (local) History of Science
Subject (lcsh) Human evolution, Psychological aspects
Subject (lcsh) Cognition
Subject (lcsh) The R.A.F. Penrose Lecture
Subject (local) APS Meeting Videos
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TypeMovingImage
GenreLecture
Formatvideorecording
Digital Originborn digitial
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Date Issued2015-11-12
PublisherAmerican Philosophical Society
PlacePhiladelphia, PA
Placepau
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TitleAmerican Philosophical Society Archives. Series X.
Call NumberAPS.Archives
URLhttp://www.amphilsoc.org/mole/view?docId=ead/APS.Archives-ead.xml
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