ANTH3050 - Evolution and Human Behaviour
The course will study to what extent evolutionary processes (genetic and cultural) explain human behaviour, life history and cultural norms as adaptive responses to their environmental circumstances. This is a seminar based reading and discussion course for those who have already had an introductory lecture course in animal and human behavioural ecology (ie ANTH7018: Human Behavioural Ecology), and now want to explore the subject in more depth.
|Taught by:||TBA (new recruit)|
|Assessment:||2 hour unseen written exam (50%) + 1 x 2500 words essay (40%) + oral presentation (10%)|
Student Contact Hours:
1 x 2 hour seminar per week
3rd year Anthropology and Human Sciences students only who have completed ANTH7018: Human Behavioural
Ecology in their second year