By Dan P. McAdams PhD
Drawing on state of the art character and developmental learn, this e-book offers a brand new and largely integrative thought of the way humans end up who they're over the existence path. Preeminent researcher Dan P. McAdams lines the improvement of 3 designated layers of personality--the social actor who expresses emotional and behavioral characteristics, the stimulated agent who pursues targets and values, and the autobiographical writer who constructs a private tale for all times. hugely readable and obtainable to students and scholars in any respect degrees, the publication makes use of wealthy photographs of the lives of recognized humans to demonstrate theoretical strategies and empirical findings.
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With that in mind, it should perhaps be no surprise that beehives and ant colonies operate so effectively, for the individual parts are so genetically similar as to be virtually interchangeable. Human groups, by contrast, are not nearly so genetically homogeneous. Even for our hunting and gathering forebears, intermarriage across groups was common, as was migration from one group to another, making for substantial genetic diversity within human groups. This poses an interesting problem for human eusociality: How do you create an effective whole out of a bunch of dissimilar parts?
Human groups, by contrast, are not nearly so genetically homogeneous. Even for our hunting and gathering forebears, intermarriage across groups was common, as was migration from one group to another, making for substantial genetic diversity within human groups. This poses an interesting problem for human eusociality: How do you create an effective whole out of a bunch of dissimilar parts? The best answer: You do it through cultural practices and beliefs. Comparing bees to humans, social psychologist Selin Kesebir (2012) writes: “Human culture thus functions like a social ‘inheritance’ mechanism that promotes phenotypical similarity in somewhat the same way that genetic inheritance promotes phenotypical similarity in bees” (p.
Over evolutionary time, therefore, meat became a more prominent feature of the hominid diet. The harvesting of meat—at first through scavenging but eventually through hunting, too—became one among a suite of social tasks that required increasingly greater levels of coordination and cooperation, leading to the formation of highly organized groups. What may be considered the next leap forward was recognized by the ancient Greeks. In Greek mythology, Prometheus stole fire from the gods and gave it to humankind, a theft for which he suffered eternal punishment.