If it had of been a lion or something else humanlike
it wouldn't look so strange; but this here thing ain't humanlike
In their first study, the researchers found that participants who had recently recalled an incident where they felt powerful perceived lower risk toward a slot machine game and were more likely to play it when the machine had a humanlike
"It's the most humanlike
model that exists right now," says computer scientist Stephen Guy of the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, who led the work.
Washington, Apr 20 (ANI): A tiny fossil thumb bone has indicated that hominids had a humanlike
grip at least 6 million years ago, say researchers.
His conclusion challenges a recent study suggesting that Laetoli folk took humanlike
strides (SN Online: 3/22/10).
An entity is more likely to be anthropomorphized the more similar it appears to humans (for example, through humanlike
movements or physical features like a face).
Chimpanzees possess a flexible, humanlike
sensitivity to the mental states of others, even strangers from another species, researchers suggest March 11 in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B.
Although small in size, LB1's endocast displays a humanlike
shape, Falk asserted.
sediba features an odd mix of humanlike
and apelike skeletal traits.
ramidus displays a relatively short, humanlike
skull base, Kimbel said.
As researchers make better, more humanlike
mice, the day may come when curing cancer in mice really does mean something for people.
Instead, the ancient features of the new Chinese finds might reflect interbreeding with the Stone Age, humanlike
species called Denisovans, remarks anthropologist Chris Stringer of the Natural History Museum in London.