Karl Pribram, the James Arthur lectures, and what makes us human

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Abstract

The annual James Arthur lecture series on the Evolution of the Human Brain was inaugurated at the American Museum of Natural History in 1932, through a bequest from a successful manufacturer with a particular interest in mechanisms. Karl Pribram's thirty-ninth lecture of the series, delivered in 1970, was a seminal event that heralded much of the research agenda, since pursued by representatives of diverse disciplines, that touches on the evolution of human uniqueness.

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Tattersall, I. (2006). Karl Pribram, the James Arthur lectures, and what makes us human. Journal of Biomedical Discovery and Collaboration, 1(1). https://doi.org/10.1186/1747-5333-1-15

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