We present to you the tenth lecture of the course " Biology of Human Behavior " by Robert Sapolski
In this lecture, the assistants Nathan Woodling and Anthony Chang-Ming in general will talk about neurosciences and their relationship to human behavior. They will acquaint us with the brain shares, its cells, neuropharmacology and inverse capture.
The list of lectures you have already translated for today will be found under the cat.
List of lectures already translated:
1st lecture : Introductory lecture on the main directions of the course and why it is dangerous to think in categories.
2nd lecture : Evolution of behavior, I. In this lecture the professor explains the evolution of behavior using illustrative examples, including the well-known "dilemma of imprisonment
3rd lecture : Evolution of behavior, II.
4th lecture : Molecular genetics, I. It describes the relationship between protein synthesis and point mutations with microevolutionary changes, and discusses the conflicting theories of gradualism and intermittent equilibrium, And also the phenomenon of epigenetics.
5th lecture : Molecular genetics, II. It describes the various mutations in the components of natural selection at the molecular level, and theories of gradualism and intermittent equilibrium are reduced to a general model of development.
6th lecture : Genetics of behavior, I. The lecture highlights classical approaches Genetics of behavior, their shortcomings, the influence of environmental factors, non-genetic heritability of certain features and epigenetics.
7th lecture : Genetics of behavior, II. The lecture highlights the main difficulties associated with isolating individual genes, understanding variability and heritability, and explaining why genes and environments are inextricably linked, although the role of the latter is often underestimated.
8th Lecture : Recognition of Relatives. This lecture is devoted to various ways of recognizing relatives in animals and people, using special proteins, olfactory or cognitive efforts and sensory information. It also discusses the important role this ability plays in various aspects of the life of living beings.
9th Lecture : Ethology. In this lecture, biology of behavior is viewed through the prism of ethology, the main principles of which are the study of animals in their natural habitat and "interviews" in their language. Examples of behavioral diversity, the importance of gene and environment interaction and experiments within the framework of ethology are also given.
10th Lecture : Introduction to Neuroscience, I. In the lecture, the assistants Nathan Woodling and Anthony Chang-Ming in general will talk about neurosciences and their relationship to human behavior. They will acquaint us with the shares of the brain, its cells, neuropharmacology and inverse capture.
We will translate them all in a total of 25 lectures,