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A pediatric psychiatrist and a philosophy professor come together to present their new hypothesis on one of the most debated questions of human development — how our ancestors made the leap from simple, genetically programmed behavior to more sophisticated language, thinking and culture.
- Stuart Shanker professor at York University in Toronto, Canada.
- Stanley Greenspan clinical professor of psychiatry and pediatrics at George Washington University Medical School
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