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The Human Evolution Coloring Book 2e

Author : Coloring Concepts Inc.
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The completely revised Human Evolution Coloring Book Provides an authoritative, scientific background for understanding the origins of humanity Includes new discoveries and information essential for students of anthropology, primatology, paleontology, comparative anatomy, and genetics Brings together evidence from living primates, fossils, and molecular studies Explains the latest dating methods, including radioactive, paleomagnetic, and molecular clocks Surveys the world of living primates, their ecology, locomotion, diet, behavior, and life histories Clarifies the anatomical and behavioral similarities and differences between ourselves and our closest living relatives, the chimpanzee and the gorilla Resolves some long-standing mysteries about our relationship to the extinct Neanderthals

The Human Evolution Coloring Book

Author : Adrienne L. Zihlman
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This is a coloring book on human origins and related evolutionary processes. It is an authoritative, visual presentation by highly respected anthropologist Dr. Adrienne Zihlman and is especially fitting for students of anthropology, paleontology, comparative anatomy, and genetics.

Prehistoric Dreams

Author : Alex Rajic
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Amazing Transformations

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When you're trying to introduce a new concept a child, the best means would be to employ the use of effective learning tools like coloring. So for this coloring book, the topic discussed would be human evolution. Expect to receive comments and questions from your young learner as he/she works on this book. Be prepared with some answers.

The Aquatic Birds Coloring Book

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From Coloring Concepts, comes another fascinating, interactive coloring book for readers and artists with an interest in birds or those studying ornithology. With tens of millions of birders in the U.S. alone and millions more around the world, The Aquatic Birds Coloring Book is designed to enhance the knowledge of anyone interested in learning more about birds, their anatomy and physiology, habitats, characteristics, mating habits and much more. With the Coloring Concepts approach to educating the inquisitive mind through the use of kinesthetic methods, coloring while learning, those seeking to expand their knowledge will find this book fun and enlightening. The book includes more than 60 detailed illustrations and is divided into four sections: Introduction to Aquatic Birds (with illustrations on Wing anatomy, feathers, and feet); Beaks and Bills; Systems and Characteristics (the circulatory, respiratory and digestive systems); and Orders of Aquatic Birds (representative birds from each order). Text alongside each illustration enables the reader to fully comprehend the information that is being shared. Once the book is colored, the reader will find much joy in reviewing their work and discovering the intricacies of a bird's feather or how their bone structure supports them in flight. As you complete each of the four sections you will realize that it is a compliment to be called a bird brain!

The Human Body Coloring Book

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Color your way to understanding the human body and its systems with this interactive study guide from Coloring Concepts, designed with serious students and curious learners in mind. A rich resource for high school and college students, as well as general lifelong learners, The Human Body Coloring Book is a fun way to learn about the body and how it works. Designed for people who have never taken an anatomy class (as opposed to Coloring Concept's Anatomy Coloring Book, created specifically for medical students), this educational guide provides an introduction to the body and is based on a regional approach to anatomy versus a systemic approach. It uses Coloring Concepts's unique methodology for kinesthetic learning, which involves physically interacting with a subject to facilitate understanding. Inside you'll find more than more than 175 detailed illustrations accompanied by educational text covering various cells, organs, and systems. The book is divided into eleven sections that breakdown the body into helpful parts and functions, including the organization of the body, the tissues, an overview of regional anatomy, sensory receptors, and internal organs of the abdomen. Incredibly detailed with colorable illustrations, The Human Body Coloring Book will turn curiosity into knowledge and make learning fun!

Animal Coloring Book

Author : Anima Vero
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Animals are part of the world around us... Everyone knows that animals play an essential role in human life. They provide people with food and raw materials, help in the economy, treat diseases, protect from ill-wishers, and are merely pleasing to the eye. Thanks to animals, human evolution took place.In this animal coloring pages, your child will learn about the animal world's beauty and diversity. Since animals are our smaller brothers, love for them will make your child attentive and wise.

The Reptiles Coloring Book

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A fascinating, interactive coloring book for herpetology students as well as readers and artists fascinated by reptiles, illustrated with more than 85 black-and-white line drawings and also includes the anatomy and physiology of each group of reptiles. The Reptiles Coloring Book is a comprehensive compendium of both known and obscure reptiles, including turtles, crocodilians, snakes, lizards, and tuataras, as well as their extinct relatives. Inside, you'll find dozens of black-and-white line illustrations to color, accompanied by full-color photographs and detailed facts on each creature, including information about reproduction, anatomy, venom production, behavior, thermal shuttling, hibernation, vision, defensive behavior, conservation, and much more. The Reptiles Coloring Book uses Coloring Concepts Inc.'s unique methodology for kinesthetic learning, which involves physically interacting with a subject to facilitate understanding. Kinesthetic techniques are used in combination with visual and or auditory study techniques, producing multi-sensory learning. The Reptiles Coloring Book comes complete with a handy Table of Contents, index, glossary, and references, and a full-color photo insert. This intriguing presentation utilizing expertly designed illustrations on the subject is not only informative, but provides an introductory education for anyone interested in reptiles and their characteristic lifestyles.

Animal Coloring Book

Author : Anima Vero
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Animals are part of the world around us... Everyone knows that animals play an essential role in human life. They provide people with food and raw materials, help in the economy, treat diseases, protect from ill-wishers, and are merely pleasing to the eye. Thanks to animals, human evolution took place.In this animal coloring pages, your child will learn about the animal world's beauty and diversity. Since animals are our smaller brothers, love for them will make your child attentive and wise.

Evolutionary Theory and Human Nature

Author : Ron Vannelli
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Evolutionary Theory and Human Nature is an original, highly theoretical work dealing with the transition from genes to behavior using general principles of evolution, especially those of sexual selection. It seeks to develop a seamless transition from genes to human motivations as bio-electric brain processes (emotional-cognitive processes), to human nature propensities (various constellations of emotional-cognitive forces, desires and fears) to species typical patterns of behavior. This work covers two often antagonistic fields: biology and the social sciences. It should be of strong interest to anthropologists, sociologists, sociobiologists, psychobiologists and psychologists who are interested in the question of human nature influences on social behavior.

The Art History Coloring Book

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An educational interactive coloring book perfect for students and art enthusiasts, offering a lively tour of the greatest artworks and artists in world history, featuring more than 150 black-and-white line illustrations to color, and information on each work of art with accompanying colored photos. Art History Coloring Book tells the story behind some of the most significant artistic creations from around the world. Whether you're studying for the Art History AP exam, an afficionado of great art, or want to put your own coloring spin on some of the greatest works ever created by masters such as Michelangelo, Monet, and Picasso, this engaging coloring book has something for everyone. Each work of art is accompanied by educational text that uses Coloring Concepts Inc.'s unique methodology for kinesthetic learning, which involves physically interacting with a subject to facilitate understanding. Kinesthetic techniques are used in combination with visual and/or auditory study techniques, producing multi-sensory learning. Art History Coloring Book comes complete with a Table of Contents, Index, Glossary and References, and a full-color photo insert.

Functional Anatomy of Yoga

Author : David Keil
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Human Anatomy Coloring Book

Author : Margaret Matt
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Including numerous views, cross-sections, and other diagrams, this entertaining instruction guide includes careful, scientifically accurate line renderings of the body's organs and major systems: skeletal, muscular, nervous, reproductive, and more. Each remarkably clear and detailed illustration is accompanied by concise, informative text and suggestions for coloring. 43 plates.

The Comprehensive Guide to Science and Faith

Author : William A. Dembski
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Science and Faith Can—and Do—Support Each Other Science and Christianity are often presented as opposites, when in fact the order of the universe and the complexity of life powerfully testify to intelligent design. With this comprehensive resource that includes the latest research, you’ll witness how the findings of scientists provide compelling reasons to acknowledge the mind and presence of a creator. Featuring more than 45 entries by top-caliber experts, you’ll better understand… how scientific concepts like intelligent design are supported by evidence the scientific findings that support the history and accounts found in the Bible the biases that lead to scientific information being presented as a challenge—rather than a complement—to Christianity Whether you’re looking for answers to your own questions or seeking to explain the case for intelligent design to others, The Comprehensive Guide to Science and Faith is an invaluable apologetic tool that will help you explore and analyze the relevant facts, research, and theories in light of biblical truth.

Patterns of Human Growth

Author : Barry Bogin
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Discusses the biocultural and evolutionary factors that direct growth, and intrinsic and extrinsic factors affecting individual development.

Darwin and the Bible

Author : Richard H. Robbins
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For courses in evolution, creationism or as a supplemental item in biology and/or biological anthropology courses. Darwin and the Bible helps readers to understand the nature, history and passions behind the debate over scientific and religious versions of creation and human origins. Darwin and the Bible: The Cultural Confrontation is about the history and nature of the disputes over human origins that arose with the publication of Charles Darwin’s book, Origin of Species in 1859. The readings in the text provide the, historical, theological, social and political backgrounds of the debate. Rather than trying to demonstrate the truth of Darwinian evolution, this book seeks to help the reader understand why the debate over Darwin and the Bible remains as contentious as ever. The book seeks to examine why Darwin’s theory of evolution appears threatening to some people, and, likewise, to help understand why some scientists often react with such emotion to challenges to their views. The contributors include biological scientists, social scientists, social historians, and proponents of the importance of God, faith, and religion in peoples lives.

Evolution and the Myth of Creationism

Author : Tim M. Berra
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Gives a description of evolutionary theory and analyzes the arguments of the creationists.

Psychology and Evolution

Author : Bruce Bridgeman
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Psychology and Evolution: The Origins of Mind introduces students to the emerging field of evolutionary psychology. Bruce Bridgeman applies concepts of evolutionary theory to basic psychological functions to derive new insights into the roots of human behavior and how that behavior may be viewed as adaptation to life’s significant challenges. Examining courtship, reproduction, child rearing, family relations, social interaction, and language development, Bridgeman uses evolutionary theory to help in the search to elucidate the foundations of human perceptions, experiences, and behaviors.

Creatures of Cain

Author : Erika Lorraine Milam
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After World War II, the question of how to define a universal human nature took on new urgency. Creatures of Cain charts the rise and precipitous fall in Cold War America of a theory that attributed man’s evolutionary success to his unique capacity for murder. Drawing on a wealth of archival materials and in-depth interviews, Erika Lorraine Milam reveals how the scientists who advanced this “killer ape” theory capitalized on an expanding postwar market in intellectual paperbacks and widespread faith in the power of science to solve humanity’s problems, even to answer the most fundamental questions of human identity. The killer ape theory spread quickly from colloquial science publications to late-night television, classrooms, political debates, and Hollywood films. Behind the scenes, however, scientists were sharply divided, their disagreements centering squarely on questions of race and gender. Then, in the 1970s, the theory unraveled altogether when primatologists discovered that chimpanzees also kill members of their own species. While the discovery brought an end to definitions of human exceptionalism delineated by violence, Milam shows how some evolutionists began to argue for a shared chimpanzee-human history of aggression even as other scientists discredited such theories as sloppy popularizations. A wide-ranging account of a compelling episode in American science, Creatures of Cain argues that the legacy of the killer ape persists today in the conviction that science can resolve the essential dilemmas of human nature.

The Human Career

Author : Richard G. Klein
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Since its publication in 1989, The Human Career has proved to be an indispensable tool in teaching human origins. This substantially revised third edition retains Richard G. Klein’s innovative approach while showing how cumulative discoveries and analyses over the past ten years have significantly refined our knowledge of human evolution. Klein chronicles the evolution of people from the earliest primates through the emergence of fully modern humans within the past 200,000 years. His comprehensive treatment stresses recent advances in knowledge, including, for example, ever more abundant evidence that fully modern humans originated in Africa and spread from there, replacing the Neanderthals in Europe and equally archaic people in Asia. With its coverage of both the fossil record and the archaeological record over the 2.5 million years for which both are available, The Human Career demonstrates that human morphology and behavior evolved together. Throughout the book, Klein presents evidence for alternative points of view, but does not hesitate to make his own position clear. In addition to outlining the broad pattern of human evolution, The Human Career details the kinds of data that support it. For the third edition, Klein has added numerous tables and a fresh citation system designed to enhance readability, especially for students. He has also included more than fifty new illustrations to help lay readers grasp the fossils, artifacts, and other discoveries on which specialists rely. With abundant references and hundreds of images, charts, and diagrams, this new edition is unparalleled in its usefulness for teaching human evolution.