Dr. Bowen had been a clinical investigator while Dr. MacLean was a basic researcher. This videotape elaborates the route each took to investigate evolutionary process. Dr. MacLean developed the evidence for the triune brain. He thought that survival was not of the fittest but of those who could make the most of nature’s inventions. Dr. Bowen noted that each generation changes a little but it is difficult for humans to think of evolutionary time. Maternal behavior, audiovocal communication, and play appeared about one hundred and eighty million years ago. They discuss the discipline of science and how the human is part of nature. Produced in conjunction with the Twentieth Annual Symposium on Family Psychotherapy.
1983. 60 min
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