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Brain Behavior and the Evolution of Mind
Evidence Background and Methods
Gross Brain Indices and the Meaning of Brain Size
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adaptive radiation adaptive zone allometric amphibians analysis animals anthropoids appearance Archaeopteryx archaic Tertiary archaic ungulates assemblages auditory australopithecines behavior birds body weight brain and body brain evolution brain weight brain:body capacity carnivores cerebellum Chapter compared condylarths considered convex polygons correlation cortical cranial creodonts discussed dorsal earliest early Edinger encephalization encephalization quotient endocast endocranial enlarged brains Eocene estimate evidence evolutionary evolved fish foramen magnum forebrain fossil function graph gross brain groups hindbrain Holarctic hominids indicated insectivores Jerison larger later living mammals living species lobes lower vertebrates m.y. ago mammalian mammals measure medulla Mesozoic midbrain Neogene Neotropical neural niches olfactory bulbs Oligocene organized Paleogene pattern perceptual perissodactyls Pleistocene presented primates probably prosimians pterosaurs quantitative Radinsky range reconstructions relative brain reptiles reptilian result Romer sample selection pressures sensory similar skull small-brained specimens structures Table tissue vertebrates visual system volume