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EdCast: Origins of Human Language - Primate Origins of Human Language

 with  Hiroki Koda and Juichi Yamagiwa

The first part of this course compares human society to that of the great ape, and discusses the communication of early hominid. The second part looks at the emergence of primate songs. Coursework will specifically address the question: what components of the primate communication are integrated in the emergence of language in evolution?

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Cost Free Online Course
Pace Finished
Subject Biology
Provider EdCast
Language English
Certificates Certificate Available
Calendar 12 weeks long
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