These segments from the PBS series The Human Spark, introduce students to Darwin’s theory of evolution and how it applies to human development throughout earth’s history.
These segments from The Human Spark explore the human brain, including information about brain regions, brain activity and technologies used to explore brain activity.
These video segments from the PBS series The Human Spark investigate the differences and similarities between the respective social dynamics of humans and our closest primate relatives and what they may tell us about what—if anything—may make us uniquely human.
Cognitive psychologist Elizabeth Spelke tests the representational thinking skills of children by asking them to relate a map to the real world.
Alan Alda explores how much humans and chimps have in common, and what sets us apart. Watch the full episode now.
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