Human Behaviour: Biology and Culture, 7.5 credits

This course deals with human behaviour from a multidisciplinary perspective that includes ethology and evolutionary biology, archaeology, anthropology, history and psychology as important components. It provides an orientation among ideas about human behaviour, social life and origins, and uses themes such as cultural change and genetic evolution, the long-term history of humans, the interaction between hereditary and the environment, and social behaviour. The course is given in the period November–January.

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