COGNITION AND CULTURE IN
EVOLUTIONARY CONTEXT
Advanced International Seminar
19-20 Octubre 2015
La cultura humana nos permite
explicar el altruismo, la justicia,
la crueldad. Pero,
¿somos tan distintos de otras
especies no humanas?
COGNITION AND CULTURE IN EVOLUTIONARY CONTEXT
Advanced International Seminar. 19-20 Octubre. Salón de Actos José Germain
LUNES 19
10.00h Cooperation and Human Cognition
Michael Tomasello
(Max-Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig,
Germany)
12.00h The Evolution of Human Uniqueness
Robert Boyd
(Arizona State University, USA)
14.45h The Roles of Conformity and Over-imitation in the Cultural Cognition
of Human and Non-human Primates
Andrew Whiten
(School of Psychology & Neuroscience, University of St. Andrews,
and Center for Social Learning and Human Evolution, UK)
16.15h Cultural Intelligence: Evidence from Orangutan Cognition and
Comparative Tests
Carel van Schaik
(Anthropological Institute and Museum, University of Zürich,
Switzerland)
MARTES 20
9.30h Animal Social Learning and the Evolution of Culture
Kevin Laland
(School of Biology, University of St. Andrews, and Center for Social
Learning and Human Evolution, UK)
11.30h Cognition and Culture in Evolutionary Context: Wrap-Up Question
and Answer Closing Remarks. Chairs: F. Colmenares & M.V.
Hernández-Lloreda
COGNITION AND CULTURE
IN EVOLUTIONARY CONTEXT
Advanced International Seminar
19-20 Octubre
Salón de Actos José Germain
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