189) Whether the court waits to develop theory after conceptual ascent becomes necessary, or whether it theorizes
in advance, is crucial when seeking to curtail judicial discretion.
that a smaller corpus callosum leads to less integration of the hemispheres.
afarensis males, McHenry theorizes
, literally took up arms.
sapiens, but not Neandertals, experienced a neural rearrangement, the researchers theorize
But scientists who study these senses theorize
that smell and taste may have evolved as built-in "alarm systems" to protect our bodies from danger--poisonous gases or spoiled foods, say.
Now, social scientists theorize
that new mothers typically experience hormonal and brain changes that sensitize them to their babies' needs.
Mirror neurons reside within a three-step brain network that coordinates imitation, he theorizes
erectus groups to invent new tools and forge cooperative bonds, Hopwood theorizes
This brain response may stimulate risky, exploratory acts in natural settings where such behaviors can reap big rewards, Fiorillo's group theorizes
that if some of them were even slightly different, we wouldn't be here at all.
This suggests that, as people grow older, they find and create environments congenial to promoting their own genetic strengths, Plomin theorizes
Science writer Sedge tracks this excavation, details what has been recovered thus far, and theorizes
about how it all got there.
This suggests that in the ancestral hawthorn-reared flies, population pressures of some kind induced a small number of flies already able to endure apple odors to infest the new fruit, Gottlieb theorizes
Conscious perception of colors may only require activation of this "color center;' Gray theorizes
Ding's team theorizes
that prehistoric people who trekked from Africa to distant locales may have relied on nervy, intrepid individuals to lead the journey.