Physics and Society: End of Nature vs. Nurture?

Coordinator

Name Email Phone
Don Reeder            
reeder@hep.wisc.edu 608-238-3903

The relative importance of nature (genetics) and nurture (behavior and training) in the development of mankind was brought to the forefront of investigation by Margaret Mead. We will continue our discussion of “Why mankind is so successful?” by reading and discussing the book The Developing Genome: An Introduction to Behavioral Epigenetics, by David S. Moore.

Location

 Madison Senior Center

Meeting Day

 Thursday

Meeting Time

 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Start Date

 September 29, 2016

End Date

 December 8, 2016

Participation

 Regular reading/discussion

Class Size

 No limit
Class notes

No class November 3 and November 24.

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5-Slides                  6-Slides            7-Slides          8-Slides


 

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