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Dr. Bob Stephens Darwin Day Interview
Jiro Tanaka interviews Bob Stephens, the founder of International Darwin Day.
The challenges of teaching evolution in english class.
Darwin in English class

Jiro Tanaka

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The Festival of Bad Ad Hoc Hypotheses (BAH!) is a celebration of well-argued and thoroughly researched but completely incorrect evolutionary theory. >>Read More
Post: October 5, 2013 3:02 pm, Source: TVOL  Comments (0) Views (1691)
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“Cognitive attraction” is the theory that humans’ neurological processes favor certain cultural forms — invoked to explain things as varied as people’s interest in video games and the evolution of religion. >>Read More
Post: March 11, 2013 9:51 pm, Source: Discover Magazine   Comments (0) Views (1217)
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Evolutionary developmental psychologist maintain that evolutionary psychological theory should be regarded as an overarching framework for studying the ways in which youngsters’ developing cognitive and social skills may be adaptive or maladaptive in school environments. >>Read More
Post: February 20, 2013 8:12 pm, Source: TVOL  Comments (4) Views (2729)
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Such biological metaphors seem apt, because much of the research is a quantitative examination of words. Just as genes are the fundamental building blocks of biology, words are the raw material of ideas. >>Read More
Post: January 28, 2013 10:05 am, Source: New York Times  Comments (0) Views (1101)
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We need to combine our understanding of the natural world with great stories. Evolution designed humans to see the world in fictional story mode. >>Read More
Post: January 25, 2013 10:55 am, Source: TVOL  Comments (0) Views (1836)
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A bird listening to birdsong may experience some of the same emotions as a human listening to music, suggests a new study on white-throated sparrows, published in Frontiers of Evolutionary Neuroscience. >>Read More
Post: January 2, 2013 1:00 pm, Source: Emory University   Comments (0) Views (1274)
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They say that writing about music is like dancing about architecture. But why don’t we dance to paintings— or for that matter, buildings— anyway? The latest research hints at why. >>Read More
Post: December 24, 2012 1:35 pm, Source: Time  Comments (1) Views (1217)

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