Join me on Sat Nov 30th to discuss two Robert Sapolsky videos on the basics of the behavioral biology of learning: "The Biology of Learning". We will discuss instinct, imprinting, prepared learning, and other qualities of how humans and other animals know their relatives, how to nurse, how to deal with heights, snakes, and social dominance. What can the field of ethology and neuroethology tell us about human behavior which behaviorists like B. F. Skinner could not?