Genes, mind, and culture: the coevolutionary process
Analyzes the reciprocative relationship between genes in individuals and the production of culture and shows how predictions about genetic evolution within a cultural pattern can be made
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The Secondary Epigenetic Rules
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active adaptive alleles analysis approximately array assimilation functions biases biological brain cells Chapter characterized choice cognitive color complex cultural evolution cultural patterns culturgen usage culturgens decision defined developmental diversity effects environment epigenesis epigenetic rules equation ethnographic curve ethnographic distribution euculture evolutionary evolve example existence Figure gene frequencies gene-culture coevolution gene-culture theory gene-culture translation gene-culture transmission genetic assimilation genetic evolution genetic fitness genome genotypes hence human incest incest avoidance individual infants innate innovation interaction knowledge structures learning long term memory mean mentifacts mind natural selection neurons nodes occur organisms particular percent phenotype polygenes population genetics preference probability properties reification relatively response result schemata sensory social behavior society sociobiology species stimuli studies symbols tabula rasa tion tive traits transition turgens usage bias curves usage pattern values variation visual Yanomamo