By Michela Gallagher, Randy J. Nelson, Irving B. Weiner
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The emphasis on the Pleistocene is perhaps reasonable given that many of the evolved human characteristics of interest to psychologists, such as language, theory of mind, sophisticated tool use, and culture, probably arose during this period. However, a number of qualiﬁcations are in order. First, the Pleistocene itself captures a large span of time, in which many changes in habitat, climate and species composition took place. Second, there were a number of different hominid species in existence during this time period, each inhabiting its own speciﬁc ecological niche.
However, a number of qualiﬁcations are in order. First, the Pleistocene itself captures a large span of time, in which many changes in habitat, climate and species composition took place. Second, there were a number of different hominid species in existence during this time period, each inhabiting its own speciﬁc ecological niche. Third, many of the adaptations that humans possess have their origins in time periods that substantially predate the Pleistocene era. For example, the mechanisms underlying human attachment and sociality have a long evolutionary history as part of our more general primate and mammalian heritage (Foley, 1996).
Bats have mechanisms that allow them to produce rapid, high-frequency, shortwavelength cries that are reﬂected by small objects. Moreover, the frequency and rapidity of these cries are modiﬁed depending on the distance of the object being detected (lowfrequency waves penetrate further but can only be used to 6 Evolutionary Psychology detect large objects). Bats also have specialized mechanisms that protect their ears while they are emitting loud sounds, and their faces are shaped to enhance the detection of their returning echoes.
Handbook of psychology by Michela Gallagher, Randy J. Nelson, Irving B. Weiner