Robert Sapolsky: Recognizing Relatives

Robert Sapolsky explains which mechanisms animals use to recognize relatives. This lecture is the 8th part in the series "Human Behavioral Biology".

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Robert Sapolsky: Behavioral Genetics II

In lecture No. 7 of the "Human Behavioral Biology" series, Robert Sapolsky talks about heritability and the interconnection between genetics and environmental influences.

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Brian Cox: A Night with the Stars

Physics professor Brian Cox talks about quantum theory in layman’s terms at the lecture theatre of the Royal Institution of Great Britain

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Jay Malone: The Evolution Controversy

Jay Malone gives his two cents about why religious people reject evolution.

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Robert Sapolsky: Behavioral Genetics I

The sixth lecture of the "Human Behavioral Biology" series deals with the practice of inferring behavior to genetics and the problems in disinguishing between environmental and genetic factors.

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