THE ORIGIN OF THE HUMAN MIND. BRAIN IMAGING AND EVOLUTION.
- Martin Sereno says that the title of his lecture may be a little _____________________.
2. Martin wants to talk about why it is that humans have more cognitive power than animals, despite the fact that the _____________________ of the _____________________ is similar to other primates’.
3. He will start off talking about the _____________________ in primates.
4. In the Renaissance, scientists thought that the sensory modalities joined at the front of the brain in what was called the _____________________.
5. Scientists in the Renaissance did not think that _____________________ came from the tissues of the brain. They believed it was kind of airy.
6. Memory was then supposed to be in the _____________________ ventricle.
7. The main part of the brain we study is the _____________________.
8. The little primitive animals shown on the screen evolved their eyesight for the purpose of _____________________.
9. The small brain of a tarsier would fit in the _____________________ of a human.
10. It is not _____________________ or ______________________ that make our brains more powerful.
To put it in a nutshell: using as few words as possible.
killer whale: a small black-and-white whale that eats large fish and other sea animals.
Conundrum: a problem that is difficult to deal with.
2. ORGANIZATION – HUMAN BRAIN
3. (ORGANIZATION OF) VISUAL AREAS
4. COMMON SENSE
8. EATING BUGS AT NIGHT
10. SIZE – FOLDS