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DESCRIPTION: The last of nine pages on Life (one of the Field Nodes comprising the subject tree of The Telson Spur), this page is a list of links to on-line resources in the study of dinosaurs (and other Mesozoic diaspsids) and of palaeoneurology and ethological aspects of evolution. The coordinate pages, with a common header and List of Contents, contain links to other resources in the life sciences (including the life sciences in general, morphology and physiology, and biology education; molecular and cell biology, development, and genetics; biodiversity, systematics and taxonomy, microbiology, and plant biology; zoology; the biology of cetaceans and of primates, and ecology), resources in the neurosciences (including neurobiology, ethology, psychology, and cognitive science), and other resources in evolutionary biology (general studies, the origin of life, evolutionary theory and phylogeny; and palaeobiology).

KEYWORDS: brain; dinosaurs; ichthyosaurs; plesiosaurs; pterosaurs; ethology; intelligence; palaeoneurology



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  1. Life Sciences
    Life Science Education
    Molecular and Cell Biology
    Genetics and Development
    Organisms
    Ecology

  2. Neurosciences
    Cognitive Science
    Psychology

  3. History of Life
    Origin of Life
    Evolution and Phylogeny
    Palaeobiology
    Dinosaurs
    Evolution of Brain and Behaviour


History of Life

General Studies
Origin of Life
Evolution and Phylogeny
Palaeobiology
Dinosaurs
Evolution of Brain and Behaviour



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Dinosaurs (and Other Mesozoic Diapsids)


ADU Web Site: Chicxulub Impact Crater Provides Clues to Earth's History (Virgil L. Sharpton, Earth in Space, Dec. 1995)
The Age of the Dinosaurs (A. McGann)
The Age of the Dinosaurs (ETE Team, NASA Classroom of the Future)
All About Dinosaurs (Armado Narvaez)
American Dinosaurs: Who and What Was First (Keith Stewart Thompson, Marginalia, American Scientist Online, Mar-Apr 2006)
American Museum of Natural History: Gobi Expedition
Ankylosaur PDF Library (Kenneth Carpenter, Denver Museum of Nature & Science)
Archosauria.org (Michael Hanson)
Arts & Letters Dinosaur Database
Ask Doctor Vector (blog by Matthew John Wedel, UC Museum of Paleontology, Berkeley, California)
Augustana's Antarctic Dinosaur (Augustana College, Rock Is., Ill.)
Australian Age of Dinosaurs (Winton, Queensland)
Bambiraptor Home (FossilWork Laboratories)
Basic avian pulmonary design and flow-through ventilation in non-avian theropod dinosaurs (Patrick M. O'Connor & Leon P. A. M. Claessens, Nature 436:253-6, 14 Jul 2005)
Bastrop ISD Dinosaur Links
BBC Online: Horizon, Dinosaurs in Your Garden (BBC, 8 Oct 1998)
Beri's Dinosaur World Magazine (Berislav Krzic)
Bibliography and Archive of the Pterosauria (Chris Bennet, Fort Hays State University, Hays, Kansas, 2008, updated)
Birds and Dinosaurs (Frietson Galis & Alan Feduccia, Opinion, HMS Beagle 103, 25 May 2001)
Birds Evolved From Dinosaurs Slowly -- Then Took Off (Dan Vergano, National Geographic News, 25 Sep 2014)
Bone Cancer in Dinosaurs (L. C. Natarajan et al., arXiv:0704.1912 [q-bio.PE], 15 Apr 2007)
Bosco's Rock Pile (Robert Boscarelli)
Bringing Them Back to Life: The Science and Art of Gregory S. Paul
Carnegie's Dinosaurs: A World Treasure (Carnegie Museum of Natural History)
The Case of the Mass Extinction (Eva Toth & Arlene Weiner)
Childrens Books About Dinosaurs (OnlineClass)

The Chicxulub Debate (Gerta Keller et al., Nov 2003-Jan 2004)
Chicxulub Impact Crater (V. L. Sharpton, Earth in Space, Dec. 1995)
Chicxulub Impact Event (David A. Kring, LPL Space Imagery Center)
The Chicxulub Seismic Experiment (John Brittan)
Chicxulub Scientific Drilling Project Chicxulub Scientific Drilling Project (Jaime Urrutia Fucugauchi et al., ICDP - International Continental Scientific Drilling Program)
Chicxulub: A 'Smoking Gun' for Dinosaur Extinction
(Rosemary Sullivant, JPL Spotlight, 6 Mar 2003)
Chinese Dinosaurs (Australian Museum Online)
The Complete Dinosaur Instructor's Manual
(M. K. Brett-Surman & Thomas R. Holtz, Jr.)
Compy07's Dinosaur Page (Joe Moro)
For the love of crocodylomorphs (Darren Naish, Tetrapod Zoology, Scientific American Blog Network, 9 Jun 2014)
Dann's Dinosaurs (Dann Pigdon, Australia)
-- Non-Australian Mirror
Dawn Of The Dinosaurs (Alexanra Wize, Science News 179:11:22, 21 May 2011)
The Deccan Traps Volcanism-Greenhouse Dinosaur Extinction Theory (Dewey McLean)
deviantART: Archosaurian (Michael Hanson)
The Devil's Tail (David Bressan, History of Geology, Scientific American Blog Network, 8 Nov 2011)
Diapsida (Michel Laurin & Jacques A. Gauthier, Tree of Life)
Dark days of the Triassic: Lost world (Roff Smith, Nature 479:287--9, 17 Nov 2011)
Digging the Scene: Dinos burrowed, built dens (Sid Perkins, Science News Online, 27 Oct 2007)
Digital Librarian: Dinosaurs
Dinamation International Society (Michael J. Perry et al.)
DINOBASE, Dinosaur Database, Dinopage
(Samira Cuny & Michael J. Benton, University of Bristol Palaeontology Group)
The DinoBuzz - Current Topics Concerning Dinosaurs (UCMP)
Dinochick (ReBecca K. Hunt)
Dinochick Blogs
DinoData (Fred Bervoets)

DinoDictionary.com (Arts-Letters.com)
The Dino Directory (Natural History Museum, London)
Dinodomain.com (Rob Gay)
Dinofest: The World's Fair of Dinosaurs
(Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia)
DinoFun
DinoGuide: The Saurian Source Book (John C. Fredriksen)
DinoHunter Paleolife Illustrations and Research (Tracy L. Ford)
Dinogeorge's Home Page (George Olshevsky)
DinoGoss (Matt Martyniuk, San Diego)
Dino Kingdom Nakasato
DinoLand WebRing Homepage (Fred Bervoets & Steve Brusatte)
-- NetRing Index
Dino Paradise/Supercontinent (Teruo Mizukami)
DinoQuest Sahara [September-December 2000]
(Paul Sereno et al., National Geographic)
Dinorama (National Geographic)

Dino Russ's Lair (Russ Jacobson)
Dinosaur Bone Histology (Science Museum of Minnesota, St. Paul)
Dinosaur Classification (O. M. Padron)
Dinosaur DataBase (Tony Owens)
Dinosaur Discovery (Glenn & Nancy Walker, Newport, New Hampshire)
The Dinosaur Discovery Center (Patrick Norton)
Dinosaur Dreaming (Monash University PalaeoLab)
Dinosaur Eggs (Carolyn H. Anderson et al., National Geographic)
Dinosaur Eggs and Bones
Dinosaur Expedition 2000, Nova Scotia
(Fundy Geological Museum)
Dinosaur Expedition 2001 - Inner Mongolia (Project Exploration)
Dinosaur Extinction Page (A. Buckley)
Dinosaur Extinction: The Volcano-Greenhouse Theory
(Dewey M. McLean)
The Dinosaur FAQ (Mike Taylor)
Dinosaur Faunas of the Central Colorado Plateau (DinosaurWeb)

Dinosaur Fossils in Gateway Country (Shane Leuck)
The Dinosaur Fossil Wars (Donovan Webster, Smithsonian Magazine, Apr 2009)
Dinosaur Genera (Robert Margulski)
Dinosaur Gopher
Dinosaur Guide (Discovery Channel)
DinosaurHunter.org (Oliver Wings)
Dinosauria (Musee des Dinosaures, Esperaza, France)
The Dinosauria (Nick Snels)
The Dinosauria (UCMP)
The Dinosauria by DinosØMP (Øyvind M. Padron)
Dinosauria On-Line (Jeff Poling)
Dinosauria - A Prehistory Information Resource Kit
(National Dinosaur Museum, Canberra)
The Dinosauricon (T. Michael Keesey)
-- New on-line version
Dinosaur Illustrated Magazine
Dinosaur Illustrations (David Goldman)
The Dinosaur Interplanetary Gazette (Edward Summer)

Dinosaur Links (John R. Hutchinson & David Smith, UCMP)
Dinosaur Magazine
The DINOSAUR Mailing List, Archives of (Micky Rowe)
The Dinosaur Mailing List's Administrative Message
(Mickey Rowe & Mary Kirkaldy)
The Dinosaur Mall
Dinosaur Man! (Rich Penney & Michel Henry)
Dinosaur.net.cn
Dinosaurnews Webzine (Global Museum Travel)
The Dinosaur Pages (Douglas K. McLemore)
Dinosaur Planet (Discovery Channel, 14-16 Dec 2003)
Dinosaur Reference Center (Stanley Friesen)
Dinosaur Resources on the Web (Anthony J. Martin)
Dinosaurs (EXN.ca)
Dinosaurs (Natural History Museum)
Dinosaurs (Science Tracer Bullet - Science Reference Services, Library of Congress)

Dinosaurs and the History of Life
(Course Syllabus, Paul E. Olson, Columbia University)
Dinosaurs and Self-Indulgence (Darryl Jones)
Dinosaurs and Their Biscuits (Adam Stuart Smith)
Dinosaurs at the Museum of Victoria
Dinosaurs, Comets, and Asteroids -- Resources (NASA)
Dinosaurs' Encyberpedia
Dinosaurs: Facts and Fiction (Ronald J. Litwin et al., USGS)
Dinosaurs For Kids (Wanda Farris, About.com)
The Dinosaurs Got a Warning Shot (Kelly Beatty, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 31 Aug 2010)
Dinosaurs in Cyberspace: Dinolinks (John R. Hutchinson)
Dinosaurs in the Deep: The SS Mount Temple Project
(Darren Tanke & P. J. Enright)
Dinosaurs in New Mexico (NM Museum of Natural History & Science)
Dinosaur Sites on the World Wide Web
Dinosaurs neither warm-blooded nor cold-blooded (Alexandra Witze, Nature News & Comment, 12 Jun 2014)
The Dinosaur Society

Dinosaurs: School Program (Royal BC Museum, Victoria)
Dinosaurs, Special Report on (New Scientist)
Dinosaur State Park Home Page
The Dinosaur Studio Home Page
Dinosaur Theme Page (CLN)
Dinosaur Theme Park (Goseong, South Korea)
Dinosaur Trace Fossils (Anthony J. Martin)
Dinosaur Tracking Blog - Where Paleontology Meets Pop Culture (Brian Switek, Smithsonian Magazine Blog)
Dinosaur Trackways (Lark Quarry, Winton, Queensland)
Dinosaur Treks (Brandon Miller et al., ThinkQuest)
Dinosaur True Colors Revealed for First Time by Feather Study (Chris Sloan, National Geographic News, 27 Jan 2010)
-- Evolution of Dinosaur Art (ed. Chris Sloan, National Geographic News, 27 Jan 2010)
DinosaurWeb (Thomas J. Sherlock)
Dinosaurworld (Michael Hanson)
Dinosaur World (Fukui Prefecture, Japan)
Dinosphere (Childrens's Museum of Indianapolis)
The Dino-Source Newsletter (Michael Rusher)
Dinotreker - Dinosaur Habitat Dioramas & Paleo Art
(Michael Rusher)
DinoWight - The Dinosaurs of the Isle of Wight
(Simon M. Clabby)
Discovering Dinosaurs (Encyclopaedia Britannica)
Discovery Online -- Dinosaurs/Fossils Guide
Early and "Middle" Cretaceous Iguanodonts in Time and Space (K. Carpenter & Y. Ishida, Journal of Iberian Geology 36(2):145-64, 2010) PDF
¡El Dinosaurio! Home Page (Royal Tyrrell Museum)

EgyptDinos.org Bahariya Dinosaur Project
ePapers - Scans of Older Paleontology Papers on the Web
(ed. Mike Everhart)
Eurodino Database Project (Octávio Mateus et al., DinoData)
Feather Quill Knobs in the Dinosaur Velociraptor (Alan H. Turner et al., Science 317(5845):1721, 21 Sep 2007; abstract)
-- Bumpy bones suggest Velociraptor had feathers (Roxanne Khamsi, New Scientist, 20 Sep 2007)
-- Velociraptors: less scary than thought (Daniel Cressey, The Great Beyond, 21 Sep 2007)
-- Velociraptors were chickens from hell, feathers flying... (Knight Science Journalism Tracker, 21 Sep 2007)
A Few Things About Dinosaurs (Yann Ollivier)
Fighting Dinosaurs: News Discoveries from Mongolia (AMNH)
Flesh and Bone: A New Generation of Scientists Bring Dinosaurs Back to Life (Joel Achenbach et al., National Geographic 203:3:2-33, Mar 2003)
Flyin' Dinosaurs (Kristin Leutwyler, Scientific American Explorations, 23 Mar 1998)
Fossil Freak's Guide to the Universe (Jan Yarnot)
Fossil Reptiles of the South African Karoo (Michael A. Kluver)
Fossilsmith Studios (Allan D. Smith)
Friends of the Triassic Mailing List (Jeffrey W. Martz)
Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum (Japan)
Funky Dinosaur Land
Gas may be to blame for extinction (Rex Dalton, Nature News, 31 Oct 2007)
Geology and Dinosaur Links (John Francis)
Geometry.net | Dinosaurs
Giganotosaurus! (Tess Kissinger & Charley Parker)

Glen Kuban's Dinosaur Den (Glen J. Kuban)
Gondwana Comics (Brett Booth)
Gondwana | Outback Gondwana Foundation (Eromanga, Queensland)
Grant Harding's Dinosaur Destination
Great Web Sites for Kids: Dinosaurs
(American Library Association)
Greg Wenzel - Dinosaur Art, Sculpture and Science
Hadrosaurus foulkii: The World's First Dinosaur Skeleton
(Hoag Levins)
Honolulu Community College Dinosaur Exhibit
Ichthyosaur Page (Ryosuke Motani)
The illusory evidence for Asian Brachiosauridae : new material of Erketu ellisoni and a phylogenetic reappraisal of basal Titanosauriformes (Daniel T. Kspeka & Mark Norell, American Museum novitates, no. 3700, 22 Oct 2010)
Introduction to the Study of Dinosaurs (Anthony J. Martin)
IPL Exhibit Hall: Dinosaur Homepage (Bernadette Milan)
Jaime Headden (The Grave Yard)
Jdhexen, Home Page for (Jane P. Davidson)
Jerry D. Harris (Dixie State College, St. George, Utah)
Jordan Mallon's PaleoPortfolio
Journal of Dinosaur Paleontology (Jeff Poling)

The Jurassic Foundation (Catherine A. Forster, Stony Brook University)
Jurassic Park Institute
Lots of Ink: First dinosaurs kept company with their cousins, say the Ghost Ranch's early-Jurassic sediments (Knight Science Journalism Tracker, 20 Jul 2007)
The Lourinhanosaurus Web Page (Octávio Mateus)
Luis Rey's Dinosaur and Paleontology Art Gallery
Lycos Science Guide: Dinosaurs MiniGuide
Maryland's Dinosaurs (Peter M. Kranz et al.)
Master Dinosaur List (Stanley Friesen)
Megalania -- Larry Dunn's Homepage
Mesozoic Eucynodonts (Trevor Dykes, Nuremberg)
Molecular Expressions: The Dinosaur Bone Collection
Morden Marine Museum (Morden, Manitoba)
Museum of the Rockies Paleontology Department
National Dinosaur Museum (Canberra, Australia)
Naturkundemuseum Stuttgart Homepage (Dieter Hagmann)

Nearctica - Paleontology - Dinosaurs - Main Page
A new carcharodontosaurid (Dinosauria, Theropoda) from the Upper Cretaceous of Argentina (Rodolfo A. Coria & Philip J. Currie, Geodiversitas 28(1):71-118, 2006) PDF
A new Chinese specimen indicates that 'protofeathers' in the early Cretaceous theropod dinosaur Sinosauropteryx are degraded collagen fibres (Theagarten Lingham-Solliar et al., Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 23 May 2007) PDF
NEOWISE: Rethinking the Dinosaur Killer (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 21 Sep 2011)
-- From Brown Dwarfs to NEOWISE (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 23 Dec 2013)
A new Cretaceous terrestrial ecosystem from Gondwana with the description of a new sauropod dinosaur (Jorge O. Calvo et al., Annals of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences 79:3, Sep 2007)
-- Dinosaur of the day (Daniel Cressey, The Great Beyond, 16 Oct 2007)
New evidence comet or asteroid impact was last straw for dinosaurs (Robert Sanders, UC Berkeley News Center, 7 Feb 2013)
A new species of Gryposaurus (Dinosauria: Hadrosauridae) from the late Campanian Kaiparowits Formation, southern Utah, USA (Terry A. Gates & Scott D. Sampson, Zoological Journal of the Linnaean Society 151(2):351-76, Oct 2007)
-- Toothy dinosaur newest to come out of southern Utah (Utah Museum of Natural History Press Release, 3 Oct 2007)
-- New duck-billed dinosaur was a 'chewing machine' (Jeff Hecht, New Scientist, 3 Oct 2007)
-- Duck-billed dinosaur had big bite (BBC News, 3 Oct 2007)
-- In Utah, a duckbilled dino with hefty jaw like no duck (Knight Science Journalism Tracker, 3 Oct 2007, updated)
A New Troodontid Theropod Dinosaur from the Lower Cretaceous of Utah (Phil Senter et al., PLoS ONE, 15 Dec 2010)
NMNH Virtual Tour of the Dinosaurs
NOVA | Arctic Dinosaurs (Chris Schmidt, PBS, 7 Oct 2008)
NOVA | The Four-Winged Dinosaur (Mark Davis, PBS, 26 Feb 2008)
NOVA Online | Curse of T. rex (PBS)
The Official Dino Land Website (Steve Brusatte)
The Open Dino Project (Andrew Farke et al.)
OPUS: Dinosaur (Daniel Bensen)
Pachycephalosauria: 'bone heads' (Nick Snels)
Palaeontography (John Conway, UK)
Paleofile.com | A taxonomic directory of Paleozoic and Mesozoic tetrapods and Cenozoic archosauromorphs (Tracy L. Ford)
Paleo Illustration (Frank DeNota)
PaleoLab (Carnegie Museum of Natural History)
PaleoQuest (Center for Educational Technologies)
The Paleosuchus Page (Colin Stevenson)
PaleoZone (Stacey Burgess)
Paul Sereno : Paleontologist (University of Chicago)
Permian Tetrapods (Alberto Arisis)
Phill's Dinosaurs on the WWW (Phill Vanderschaegen)

The Plesiosaur Directory (Adam Stuart Smith)
Plesiosaur Paleontology (Barry Kazmer)
The Plesiosaur Site (Richard Forrest)
Pliocene Quick Guide (Jonathan Adams)
Prehistorics Illustrated: Dinosaur Alert
Press1 Dinosaur Science
Project Exploration - Discover and Explore the World of Paleontology and Dinosaurs (Paul Sereno & Gabrielle Lyon)
Project Prosauropod (Fundy Geological Museum)
The Pterosaur Database (Paul Pursglove)
The Pterosauria (Michael Hanson)
Qilong (Jaime A. Headden)
Raul Martin Paleoillustrator
Ravin' Ray's Home (Raymond Thaddeus C. Ancog)
Reconstructing Samson (Carnegie Museum of Natural History)
Respiratory Evolution Facilitated the Origin of Pterosaur Flight and Aerial Gigantism (Leon P. A. M. Claessens et al., PLoS ONE 4(2):e4497, 18 Feb 2009)
Revisiting Chicxulub (US National Science Foundation Press Release 10-035, 4 Mar 2010)
The Rex Files (New Scientist)
Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center
(Woodland Park, Colorado)
The Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology

Rulers of the Jurassic Seas (Ryosuke Motani, Scientific American 283:6:52-9, Dec 2000)
The Russian Dinosaur Exposition Index
Saurierlagen: Paleo-Photography (Kristopher J. Kripchak)
Saurintology Page
The Science of Jurassic Park FAQs (San Diego Natural History Museum)
Scotty: the Tyrannosaurus Rex at Eastend, Saskatchewan
SinoFossa Institute (Hailu You et al.)
The Speculative Dinosaur Project (Daniel Bensen et al.)
St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site (Johnson Fram, St. George, Utah)
Sauropod Gigantism: A Cross-Disciplinary Approach (PLOS Collections : Article collections published by the Public Library of Science)
Sue at The Field Museum
SuperCroc -- Sarcosuchus imperator (National Geographic)
SuperCroc -- Sarcosuchus imperator (Project Exploration)
SV-POW! Sauropod Vertebra Picture of the Week (Darren Naish et al.)
Taburin's Dinosaur Sculptures (Ryoji Tabuchi)
Tawa hallae: Dinosaur Ancient History (Special Report, US National Science Foundation, 11 Dec 2009)
-- Newly Discovered Dinosaur Illuminates Ancient Lineage (US National Science Foundation Press Release 09-236, 11 Dec 2009)
The Terror Birds (Christoph Kulmann)
Tetrapod Zoology (blog by Darren Naish, UK)
Therapsids of the Permian (Stephen Priestley, Vancouver)
The Theropod Archives (Robert J. Taylor, Lansdale, Pennsylvania)
The Theropod Database (Michael Mortimer, University of Washington)
Thunderlizard - The Online Portfolio of Steve White
Todd Marshall - Marshall's Art - Paleo-Illustration

Tools for Diplodocus
The Torosaurus Home Page (Andy Farke)
T. rex Expo (UCMP)
T.rex: The Killer Question (Natural History Museum, London)
Tumbler Ridge Museum and Dinosaur Centre
(Carolyn Golightly et al., Tumbler Ridge, BC)
2006 Goseong International Dinosaur Symposium, Proceedings of the (ed. Yuong-nam Lee, Journal of the Paleontological Society of Korea 22:1, 2006)
Tyrannosaurus Was Not A Fast Runner (John R. Hutchinson & Mariano Garcia, Nature, 28 Feb 2002)
Vertebrate Paleontology at Insub (Silvio Renesto, Italy)
Volcanic Dinosaur Debate (Leslie Mullen, Astrobiology Magazine, 9 May 2005)
Walking with Dinosaurs (BBC, 1999)
-- Discovery Channel
What Happened to Dinosaurs' Predecessors After Earth's Largest Extinction 252 Million Years Ago? (US National Science Foundation Press Release 13-076, 19 Apr 2013)
What Lived With Sue? (Field Museum, Chicago)
When Dinosaurs Roamed America (Brian Harris, Discovery Channel, 2001)
Willo, the Dinosaur with a Heart (NC State University)
Wings on Hind Legs (Alexei Sharov)
Witmer's Lab and Research (Lawrence M. Witmer et al., Ohio University, Athens)
World Book || The Age of Dinosaurs
Wyoming Dinosaur Center
Zoom Dinosaurs (Enchanted Learning Software)


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Evolution of Brain and Behaviour


The Gods of the earth and sea
sought thr' Nature to find this Tree
But their search was all in vain:
There grows one in the Human Brain.
William Blake

Intelligent life is such a remarkable phenomenon to emerge out of the basic physical laws that some connection seems implied, i.e., some correlation between laws and consequences of the laws...
Fred Hoyle

The human brain could have evolved into what it is now only if its capacity to generate and retain particular engrams was strongly selected for. It is unlikely that the selection mechanism involved any single behavioral traits or that it was linear; we have come all too far in all too short a time.
J. T. Fraser

The issue about the evolution of intelligence is, I think, simply this one: the evolution of intelligence is a very rapid matter, and the evolution of environmental control which depends upon it is still more rapid.
Philip Morrison

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Advances in Human Behavior and Evolution (Michael E. Mills)
Animal Magnetism: Why humans evolved to love watching animals (David Barash, Aeon Magazine, 13 May 2014)
APA Council of Representatives Resolution Rejecting Intelligent Design as Scientific and Reaffirming Support for Evolutionary Theory (American Psychological Association, Washington, DC, 1 Mar 2007) PDF
Archives of SOCIOBIO: Discussions on the Evolutionary Approach to Human Development (Juan Carlos Garelli)
Autocatalytic Closure in a Cognitive System
(Liane M. Gabora, Psycholoquy 9:67, 1998)
Basic References on the Global Brain / Superorganism
(F. Heylighen, Principia Cybernetica Web)
Beyond the paleo: The evolution of morality (Allen Buchanan & Russell Powell, Aeon Magazine, 12 Dec 2013)
Bird behaviour, the 'deep time' perspective (Darren Naish, Tetrapod Zoology, Scientific American Blog Network, 27 Jan 2014)
The Blombos Cave Project (Chris Henshelwood et al., Cape Field School)
Brain, Behavior and Evolution
Brain Channels/Evolution Channel - Brainlightning
Brain Evolution: Deciphering the Puzzles of Brain Diversity
(Adrianne Noe et al.)
Brannon Laboratory for the Study of the Development and Evolution of Cognition (Liz Brannon et al., Duke University)
Brembs.net: Research on Learning, Memory and Evolution
(Björn Brembs)
Can Whales and Dolphins Make Mental Maps? (William Skaggs, Guest Blog, Scientific American Blog Network, 24 Apr 2014)
Center for Evolutionary Psychology at UCSB (Robert Kurzban)
Certainty and Self-Deception among American Fundamentalism: An Evolutionary Explanation (Donald M. Braxton, Metanexus Anthropos, 9 Dec 2004)
Chimpanzee Comparative Genomics (Andrew G. Clark, QCShow Author Lecture of the Week, 11 Sep 2006)
Collective Intelligence: A Conversation with Thomas W. Malone (Edge, 21 Nov 2012)
Color Vision: How Our Eyes Reflect Primate Evolution (Gerald H. Jacobs & Jeremy Nathans, The Evolution of Primate Color Vision, Scientific American 300:4:56-63, Apr 2009)
Communication with Parrots: The Pepperberg Homepage
(Gary L. Biggs)
Comparative Mammalian Brain Collections: Brain Evolution
Cooperative Neural Networks Suggest How Intelligence Evolved (Stephanie Pappas & LiveScience, Scientific American, 11 Apr 2012)
Creating High-Level Components with a Generative Representation for Body-Brain Evolution (Gregory S. Horby & Jordan B. Pollack, Artificial Life 8:3:223-46, 2002) PDF

Darwin's Cafe: An Informal Discussion Board for Evolution and Human Behavior (Michael E. Mills)
Developmental and Comparative Psychology, Department of, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology (dir. Michael Tomasello)
Dolphin Evolution (Zan Looney)
Doubting Altruism (Kenneth W. Krause, eSkeptic, 28 Jan 2009)
Dr. John R. Skoyles' Homepage
Early modern humans use fire to engineer tools (Carol Hughes, ASU News, Arizona State University, 13 Aug 2009)
-- Early Fire Use Ignites Discussion about the Evolution of Human Brainpower (US National Science Foundation Press Release 09-152, 13 Aug 2009)
ECCO Web (Evolution, Complexity and COgnition Group, dir. Francis Heylighen, Free University of Brussels)
eGroups : Evolutionary-Psychology
Entelechy: Mind & Culture (ed. Alice Andrews et al.)
Evolution and Behavior (Jie Yin)
Evolution and Psychology: Links (Al Cheyne)
Evolutionary Economics (Michael Shermer, Skepticblog, 9 Jun 2009)
Evolutionary Origins of Your Right and Left Brain (Peter F. MacNeilage et al., 'Origins of the Left and Right Brain,' Scientific American 301:1:60-67, Jul 2009)
Evolutionary Psychology (Anthro.Net)
Evolutionary Psychology (Stephen M. Downes, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Spring 2008)
Evolutionary Psychology: Evolutionary Theory, Paleoanthropology, Adaptationism (Francis F. Steen, UCLA)
Evolutionary Psychology Forum (James Brody, Behavior OnLine)
Evolutionary Psychology: An International Journal of Evolutionary Approaches to Psychology and Behavior

Evolution: The Game of Intelligent Life
Evolution in Your Brain (interview with Gerald Edelman by Susan Kruglinski, Discover Magazine, 3 Jul 2007)
Evolution of Communication Home Page
Evolution of Female Preference for Younger Males (Christopher W. Beck & Daniel E. L. Promislow, PLoS ONE 2(9):e939, 26 Sep 2007)
Evolution of the Mind: 4 Fallacies of Psychology (David J. Buller, 'Four Fallacies of Pop Evolutionary Psychology,' Scientific American 300:1:74-81, Jan 2009)
Evolution of Neonatal Imitation (Liza Gross, PLoS Biology 4(9):e311, 5 Sep 2006)
The Evolution of Primate Intelligence (Scott Rifkin)
Eye candy: Why did we evolve to appreciate beauty? (Mohan Matthen, Aeon Magazine, 24 Mar 2014)
The first smile: The origin of laughter, smiles and tears (Michael Graziano, Aeon Magazine, 13 Aug 2014)
Functional divergence of the brain-size regulating gene MCPH1 during primate evolution and the origin of humans [abstract] (Lei Shi et al., BMC Biology 11:62, 22 May 2013)
Glorious Contingency (Michael Shermer, Metanexus, 15 Feb 2000)
Historical Evidence and Human Adaptations (Jonathan Michael Kaplan, Philosophy of Science 69:53:5294-5304, 2002) PDF
The Hominid Brain (Handprint : Ancestral Brains)
How wonder works (Jesse Prinz, Aeon Magazine, 21 Jun 2013)
Human Behavior and Evolution Society (Michael E. Mills)
-- Evolution and Human Behavior
-- Mirror Site
Human Evolution: The Fossil Evidence in 3D
(Ed Hagen & Phillip Walker, UCSB)
Human Uniqueness and Symbolization (Ch. 5 of Wentaxel van Huyssteen, Alone in the World? Human Uniqueness in Science and Theology (Gifford Lectures, 2004) (2006), pp. 217-70; Global Spiral, 4 Oct 2007)
I, cockroach: Do cockroaches have a form of consciousness? (Brandon Keim, Aeon Magazine, 19 Nov 2013)
The (Im)moral Animal (Frank Miele, Skeptic, 1996)
Impedance-Matching Hearing in Paleozoic Reptiles: Evidence of Advanced Sensory Perception at an Early Stage of Amniote Evolution (Johannes Mueller & Linda A. Tusuji, PLoS ONE, 12 Sep 2007)
-- Let's Hear It for the First Ears (Michael Balter, ScienceNOW Daily News, 12 Sep 2007)
Intelligence: A Rare Cosmic Commodity (John D. Ruley, SPACE.com, 10 Apr 2008)
Intelligence: A Rare Cosmic Commodity (John D. Ruley, Astrobiology Magazine, 14 Apr 2008)
Intelligent Forms (Interview with Simon Conway Morris, Part 2, by Simon Mitton, Radio Astrobiology, Astrobiology Magazine, 22 Jan 2007)
Is Intelligent Life Inevitable? (PBS Evolution)
Joe Henrich (Canada Research Chair in Culture, Cognition and Evolution, University of British Columbia)
Kindred spirits: How do animals form families? (Barbara J King, Aeon Magazine, 22 Oct 2013)
KLI Theory Lab (Thomas Klemm et al., Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research)
KLI Evolution & Cognition Research (Konrad Lorenz Institute)

The Life Sciences Site (Paddy Carroll)
Love among the Primates (Scientific American In-Depth Report, 1 Sep 2014)
Memristive model of amoeba's learning (Yuriy V. Pershin et al., arXiv:0810.4179 [q-bio.CB], 22 Oct 2008, revised)
MicroRNA-Driven Developmental Remodeling in the Brain Distinguishes Humans from Other Primates (Mehmet Somel et al., PLoS Biology 9(12):e1001214, 6 Dec 2011)
-- Brain Evolution at a Distance (Hannah Waters, The Scientist, 6 Dec 2011)
Mind Readers: What's the point of consciousness? (David Barash, Aeon Magazine, 23 Jan 2013)
The Neanderthal mind (Marek Kohn, Aeon Magazine, 15 May 2013)
Neonatal Imitation in Rhesus Macaques (Pier F. Ferrari et al., PLoS Biology 4:9, Sep 2006)
Neuronal remodeling on the evolutionary timescale (Ithai Rabinowitch & William Schafer, Journal of Biology 2008:37, 15 Dec 2008)
The New England Institute - Cognitive Science and Evolutionary Psychology (University of New England, Biddeford and Portland, Maine)
NOVA | Ape Genius (John Rubin, PBS, 19 Feb 2008)
Observing bacteria through the lens of social evolution (Carey D. Nadell et al., Journal of Biology 7:27, 30 Sep 2008)
On the cognitive development of hominids (Robert G. Bednarik, Man and Environment 15:2:1-7, 1990, updated) PDF
Open Directory - Evolutionary Psychology
OriginsNet Three Million Years of Art (James B. Harrod)
Paleoneurology List (Michael David Gill)
Paleoneurology: The Study of Brain Endocasts of Extinct Vertebrates (BrainMuseum.org)
A Post-Synaptic Scaffold at the Origin of the Animal Kingdom (Onur Sakarya et al., PLoS ONE 2(6):e506, 6 Jun 2007)
Psychology, Culture, and Evolution (Al Cheyne)
Rate of Evolution in Brain-Expressed Genes in Humans and Other Primates (Hurng-Yi Wang et al., PLoS Biology, 26 Dec 2006)
Rhesus Monkeys (Macaca mulatta) Do Recognize Themselves in the Mirror: Implications for the Evolution of Self-Recognition (Abigail Z. Rajala et al., PLoS ONE, 29 Sep 2010)
-- Are monkeys self-aware? (Vanessa Schipani, The Scientist, 30 Sep 2010)
Science of the Soul? 'I Think, Therefore I Am' Is Losing Force (Cornelia Dean, New York Times, 26 Jun 2007)
Searching for Intelligence in Our Genes (Carl Zimmer, 'The Search for Intelligence,' Scientific American 299:4:68, Oct 2008)
Sex and Philosophy: Evolution and Human Sexuality
(John A. Hewitt)
Skeptic Contacted by Aliens (Michael Shermer, SkepticBlog, 13 Jan 2009)
Social Evolution (C. Joslyn et al., Principia Cybernetica)
Sociobiology Sanitized: The Evolutionary Psychology and Genetic Selection Debates (Val Dusek, Science as Culture)
Stephen Jay Gould: An Urchin In A Haystack
(Interview by Michael Shermer, Skeptic, 1996)
Stone age sex: Is human sexuality determined by evolution? (Neil McArthur, Aeon Magazine, 18 Jun 2014)
Thermodynamic constraints on neural dimensions, firing rates, brain temperature and size (Jan Karbowksi, arXiv:0905.3690v1 [q-bio.NC], 22 May 2009)
-- A Thermodynamic Limit on Brain Size (physics arXiv blog, Technology Review, 26 May 2009)
Toward an evolutionary perspective on human Information behavior: An exploratory study (Amanda H. Spink & James Currier, Journal of Documentation 62(2):171-93, 2006) PDF
What's Special, or Not, about Human Brain Anatomy (Chet Sherwood, interviewed by Gary Stix, Talking back, Scientific American Blog Network, 6 May 2014)
When Did Insects Learn to Smell? (Nsikan Akpan, Guest Blog, Scientific American Blog Network, 10 May 2014)
Why Are Some Animals So Smart? (Carel van Schaik, Scientific American 294:4:64-71, Apr 2006)
William H. Calvin: Brains, climate, and human evolution
(University of Washington)
William H. Calvin's Books and Articles

See also Human Evolution



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