Human Behavioral Biology: Recognizing Relatives (Lecture 8 of 25)

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(April 16, 2010) Robert Sapolsky discusses various methods of innate recognition of relatives between animals and humans through protein signatures, olfactory cellular mechanisms, cognitive, and sensory processes. He explores the importance of relatedness in animal mating/ovulation cycles and other phenomena that show how organisms identify each other. Stanford University Stanford Department of Biology Stanford University Channel on YouTube
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