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  1. Es la conclusión a la que llegaron tras un estudio psicológico en el que analizaron a casi 100 niños entre 8 y 18 meses mientras éstos, sentados en el regazo de su padre, jugaban con diversos objetos siendo más reticentes a tocar plantas antes que otros objetos artificiales.
    http://megustaestarbien.com/2013/11/2...erduras-por-instinto-de-supervivencia
    Tags: por bianka (2013-12-03)
  2. Globally, lactose intolerance is the norm; around two-thirds of humans cannot drink milk in adulthood.
    http://www.slate.com/articles/health_...why_do_humans_keep_drinking_milk.html
    Tags: , por bianka (2012-10-29)
  3. "Of course, the fact that humans share certain literary hot buttons didn’t stop Joyce from throwing out plots altogether in Finnegan’s Wake. Nor did Virginia Woolf hesitate when crafting the free-flowing Mrs. Dalloway."
    http://www.tempobook.com/2012/07/30/literary-darwinism
    Tags: por bianka (2012-07-30)
  4. «So intelligent people do well in almost every sphere of modern life, except for the most important things, like how to find a mate, how to raise a child, how to make friends.»

    «Would you rather be a good brain surgeon or a good parent? Would you rather be a good corporate executive or a good friend?»
    http://www.economist.com/blogs/prospe...k-study-satoshi-kanazawa-intelligence
    Tags: por bianka (2012-06-17)
  5. La vigilancia autoritaria como mediación.
    http://www.somosprimates.com/2012/06/mediacion-en-primates
    Tags: , por bianka (2012-06-09)
  6. La exaptación es una especie de segunda adaptación: un rasgo encuentra un uso secundario que luego se vuelve cada vez más importante. ¿Es la lengua una exaptación?
    http://cognitive-edge.com/blog/entry/...exaptation-managed-serendipity-part-i
    Tags: , por bianka (2012-04-01)
  7. Terrence Sejnowski, a computational neuroscientist at the Salk Institute, extols the discovery that the conscious, deliberative mind is not the author of important decisions such as what work people do and who they marry. Instead, he writes, "an ancient brain system called the basal ganglia, brain circuits that consciousness cannot access," pull the strings.

    * Timothy Wilson nominates the idea that "people become what they do." While people's behavior arises from their character - someone returns a lost wallet because she is honest - "the reverse also holds," says the University of Virginia psychologist. If we return a lost wallet, our assessment of how honest we are rises through what he calls "self-inference." One implication of this phenomenon: "We should all heed Kurt Vonnegut's advice," Wilson says: "'We are what we pretend to be, so we must be careful about what we pretend to be.'"
    http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/0...beautiful-theor-idUSTRE80E04Y20120117
    Tags: por bianka (2012-01-29)
  8. For most of our history, children have started their internships when they were seven, not 27.
    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001...52970203806504577181351486558984.html
    Tags: , por bianka (2012-01-28)
  9. Darwin forever transformed our understanding of life by insisting that life didn't make sense without the framework of its billion-year evolution.
    http://www.kk.org/newrules/blog/2011/12/dont-solve-problems-seek-oppor.php
    Tags: por bianka (2011-12-31)

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