The Culinary Origins of Human Occupation: Part 1 (Motor and Process Skills)
- Psychology, Medicine
This paper proposes that human occupation cannot be understood in a biologically valid evolutionary sense without an appreciation of energy metabolism as the primary cause of human occupational evolution; that the authors' hominid ancestors evolved into occupational human beings in response to clearly identifiable climatological events that threatened their food supply.
Complex tool sets for honey extraction among chimpanzees in Loango National Park, Gabon.
- BiologyJournal of human evolution
Human–like, population–level specialization in the manufacture of pandanus tools by New Caledonian crows Corvus moneduloides
- BiologyProceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences
New evidence of human-like specialization in crows' manufacture of hook tools from pandanus leaves is found: functional lateralization or ‘handedness’ and the shaping of these tools to a rule system, the first demonstration that a population bias for handedness in tool-making and the shape of tools to rule systems are not concomitant with symbolic thought and language.
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MODELING OF HUMAN MOTOR CONTROL AND ITS APPLICATION IN HUMAN INTERACTION WITH MACHINES by Jianan
The Representation of Tool Use in Humans and Monkeys: Common and Uniquely Human Features
- Biology, PsychologyThe Journal of Neuroscience
While the observation of a grasping hand activated similar regions in humans and monkeys, an additional specific sector of IPL devoted to tool use has evolved in Homo sapiens, although tool-specific neurons might reside in the monkey grasping regions.
Identification of functional features through observations and interactions
A formalism based on Discrete Event System Theory and on the paradigm of Active Perception is developed that expresses an investigating task in the form of a nite automaton for controlling and observing interactions.
Brain intrinsic connection patterns underlying tool processing in human adults are present in neonates and not in macaques
- Biology, PsychologyNeuroImage
Tradisi Gambar Tangan Gua Prasejarah
- Jurnal Seni Nasional Cikini
Artikel ini mendeskripsikan bahwa tangan merupakan bagian penting dari organ tubuh manusia dan memiliki fungsi vital dalam aktivitas sehari-hari khususnya pada awal kebudayaan manusia pada masa…
To haft and to hold: Evidence for the hafting of Clovis fluted points
- HistoryJournal of Lithic Studies
Clovis fluted points vary considerably in technology and morphology, but also share a set of attributes, the most diagnostic of which are the flute scars, the remnants of the flake removals from the…