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INTERPRETING THE EVOLUTION OF THE BRAIN.

@article{Jerison1963INTERPRETINGTE,
  title={INTERPRETING THE EVOLUTION OF THE BRAIN.},
  author={H. J. Jerison},
  journal={Human biology},
  year={1963},
  volume={35},
  pages={
          263-91
        }
}
include some preoccupation with the evolution of the brain, because the brain as the organ of memory and knowledge is interposed in the transmission of culture across the generations of men. I came to the study of brain evolution as a student of comparative psychology, concerned not so much with the transmission of culture as with the nature of behavior over short time periods of the order of a life-time or less. More specifically, I was interested in the biological foundations of human… Expand

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