Humans have always been fascinated by their origins, and the evolutionary development of the human brain is of particular interest as our intellectual, emotional, and cultural capacities are considered to be unique among animals. Written by one of the most well-known neuroscientists in the world, this book is now available in paperback, and brings together a group of eminent scientists from the fields of psychology, anthropology, neuroscience, and evolutionary biology. Their views have been captured to provide a starting point for a debate based on the most recent scientific data relating to the evolutionary origins of the human brain.
The questions posed by the symposium's organisers are fascinating Times Higher Education Supplement
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