The Wiley Handbook of Evolutionary Neuroscience

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  • Author : Stephen V. Shepherd
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Pages : 560 pages
  • ISBN : 1119994691
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The Wiley Handbook of Evolutionary Neuroscience

The Wiley Handbook of Evolutionary Neuroscience
  • Author : Stephen V. Shepherd
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 30 January 2017
GET THIS BOOK The Wiley Handbook of Evolutionary Neuroscience

Comprehensive and authoritative, The Wiley Handbook of Evolutionary Neuroscience unifies the diverse strands of an interdisciplinary field exploring the evolution of brains and cognition. A comprehensive reference that unifies the diverse interests and approaches associated with the neuroscientific study of brain evolution and the emergence of cognition Tackles some of the biggest questions in neuroscience including what brains are for, what factors constrain their biological development, and how they evolve and interact Provides a broad and balanced view of the

Evolutionary Neuroscience

Evolutionary Neuroscience
  • Author : Jon H. Kaas
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 30 May 2020
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Evolutionary Neuroscience, Second Edition, is a collection of chapters on brain evolution that combines selected topics from the recent comprehensive reference, Evolution of Nervous Systems (Elsevier, Academic Press, 2017, 9780128040423). The selected chapters cover a broad range of topics, from historical theory, to the most recent deductions from comparative studies of brains. The articles are organized in sections focused on history, concepts and theory, the evolution of brains from early vertebrates to present-day fishes, amphibians, reptiles and birds, the evolution of mammalian

Evolutionary Neuroscience

Evolutionary Neuroscience
  • Author : Jon H. Kaas
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 28 July 2009
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Evolutionary Neuroscience is a collection of articles in brain evolution selected from the recent comprehensive reference, Evolution of Nervous Systems (Elsevier, Academic Press, 2007). The selected chapters cover a broad range of topics from historical theory to the most recent deductions from comparative studies of brains. The articles are organized in sections focused on theories and brain scaling, the evolution of brains from early vertebrates to present-day fishes, amphibians, reptiles and birds, the evolution of mammalian brains, and the evolution of

Evolutionary Psychology Neuroscience Perspectives concerning Human Behavior and Experience

Evolutionary Psychology  Neuroscience Perspectives concerning Human Behavior and Experience
  • Author : William J. Ray
  • Publisher : SAGE
  • Release : 17 January 2012
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This book brings together current perspectives concerning the manner in which human mind, behavior and experience evolved. In addition to the traditional psychological literature, it draws from work in the cognitive and affective neurosciences, ethology, and genetics. The focus will be on a unification and integration of evolutionary understandings within a broader consideration.

The Hippocampus Questions of Homology

The Hippocampus  Questions of Homology
  • Author : A. Barnea,T. V. Smulders
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 01 September 2017
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The mammalian hippocampus is a conserved region and probably one of the best-studied brain areas. However, the homologous regions in other vertebrates differ in the anatomical organization, but are still able to perform similar functions. In this special topic issue, international experts in evolutionary neuroscience discuss the homology of the hippocampus among fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. The articles cover the history of hippocampal research, developmental patterns of gene expression in mammals, birds and reptiles, and the internal connectivity

Neurobiology of human language and its evolution Primate and Nonprimate Perspectives

Neurobiology of human language and its evolution  Primate and Nonprimate Perspectives
  • Author : Constance Scharff,Angela D. Friederici,Michael Petrides
  • Publisher : Frontiers E-books
  • Release : 03 December 2021
GET THIS BOOK Neurobiology of human language and its evolution Primate and Nonprimate Perspectives

The evolution of human language has been discussed for centuries from different perspectives. Linguistic theory has proposed grammar as a core part of human language that has to be considered in this context. Recent advances in neurosciences have allowed us to take a new neurobiological look on the similarities and dissimilarities of cognitive capacities and their neural basis across both closely and distantly related species. A couple of decades ago the comparisons were mainly drawn between human and non-human primates,

Moving Beyond Self Interest

Moving Beyond Self Interest
  • Author : Stephanie L. Brown,R. Michael Brown,Louis A. Penner
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release : 03 December 2021
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Moving Beyond Self-Interest is an interdisciplinary volume that discusses cutting-edge developments in the science of caring for and helping others. In Part I, contributors raise foundational issues related to human caregiving. They present new theories and data to show how natural selection might have shaped a genuinely altruistic drive to benefit others, how this drive intersects with the attachment and caregiving systems, and how it emerges from a broader social engagement system made possible by symbiotic regulation of autonomic physiological

Resonances Neurobiology Evolution and Theology

Resonances  Neurobiology  Evolution and Theology
  • Author : Markus Mühling
  • Publisher : Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
  • Release : 17 September 2014
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This volume contains the results of research into the dialogue between theology and biology, particularly neuroscience and evolutionary theory. With regard to neuroscience, the representational paradigm is abandoned in favor of the ecological brain theory, which understands the brain as an organ of resonance between the living body and its surrounding environment. In relation to theological epistemology, this account not only leads to fruitful convergences, but also shows that revelation, as perception of God’s triune presence in creation, has

The Trickster Brain

The Trickster Brain
  • Author : David Williams
  • Publisher : Lexington Books
  • Release : 29 May 2012
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Until recently, scientific and literary cultures have existed side-by-side but most often in parallel universes, without connection. The Trickster Brain: Neuroscience, Evolution, and Nature by David Williams addresses the premise that humans are a biological species stemming from the long process of evolution, and that we do exhibit a universal human nature, given to us through our genes. From this perspective, literature is shown to be a product of our biological selves. By exploring central ideas in neuroscience, evolutionary biology,

Principles of Brain Evolution

Principles of Brain Evolution
  • Author : Georg F. Striedter
  • Publisher : Sinauer Associates Incorporated
  • Release : 03 December 2021
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Aimed at advanced undergraduate and graduate students, this textbook describes some of the basic principles affecting brain evolution. The author refers to data from a wide array of vertebrates while minimizing technical jargon. Particular attention has been paid to the ways in which changes in brain structure impact function and behavior. The volume concludes with a discussion on how mammal brains diverged from other brains and how Homo sapiens evolved a very large and special brain.

The Evolutionary Neuroethology of Paul MacLean

The Evolutionary Neuroethology of Paul MacLean
  • Author : Gerald A. Cory,Russell Gardner
  • Publisher : Greenwood Publishing Group
  • Release : 03 December 2021
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Cory, Gardner, and their contributors argue that how the brain is constructed determines how people behave socially. This has been a neglected thesis, except for a few pioneers, of whom Paul MacLean has been most outstanding. His animal observations, brain research, and evolutionary formulations have formed the basis of new important initiatives discussed in this collection.

From Ecology to Brain Development Bridging Separate Evolutionary Paradigms

From Ecology to Brain Development  Bridging Separate Evolutionary Paradigms
  • Author : Francisco Aboitiz,Miguel L. Concha,Christian González-Billault,Jorge Mpodozis
  • Publisher : Frontiers Media SA
  • Release : 14 September 2018
GET THIS BOOK From Ecology to Brain Development Bridging Separate Evolutionary Paradigms

The nervous system is the product of biological evolution and is shaped by the interplay between extrinsic factors determining the ecology of animals, and by intrinsic processes that dictate the developmental rules that give rise to adult functional structures. This special topic is oriented to develop an integrative view from behavior and ecology to neurodevelopmental processes. We address questions such as how do sensory systems evolve according to ecological conditions? How do neural networks organize to generate adaptive behavior? How