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TITLE: The nature of human nature [videorecording] / The human quest is a production of KCET/Los Angeles in association with Science and Society Television.
SERIES: The human quest
PUBLISHED: LA : Films for the Humanities & Sciences ; 1995.
DESCRIPTION: 1 video cassette (57 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
NOTES: Extra copy.
NOTES: Written by, Roger Bingham & Carl Byker; senior producer, Cynthia Crompton; director, Roger Bingham; director of photography, Mitch Wilson; visual design, Cynthia Crompton; co-producer, Linda Blitz; executive in charge, Stephen Kulczycki; executive producers, Roger Bingham, and Joyce Campbell.
NOTES: This program introduces what series host Roger Bingham calls "the second Darwinian Revolution" - our new understanding of the evolutionary history of the human brain. Evolutionary psychologists believe that the brain, like the body, is a product of natural selection. Our minds can be thought of as a kind of patchwork quilt of successful solutions to the challenges faced by our ancestors over millions of years. Many scientists think that, because of this shared evolutionary history, we are all inheritors of the same
NOTES: legacy: a universal human nature, which explains why people from different cultures have so much in common.
NOTES: English
SUBJECT: Human evolution
SUBJECT: Human behavior.
SUBJECT: Genetic psychology.
SUBJECT: Brain--Research
ADDED ENTRY: Kulcycki, Stephen
ADDED ENTRY: Byker, Carl.
ADDED ENTRY: Bingham, Roger.
ADDED ENTRY: Blitz, Linda.
ADDED ENTRY: Campbell, Joyce.

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