Most anthropologists agree that cultural learning is unique to humans and that all humans have culture. what does kottak say about the human capacity to acquire culture? a. women and men both have the intellectual capacity to understand symbols, but at a population level, there is less variability among men than among women. b. although individuals differ in their emotional and intellectual capacities, all human populations have equivalent capacities for learning symbols. c. a group’s genetic endowment affects its ability to learn cultural traditions, and especially its capacity to change culture creatively. d. although societies differ in their emotional and intellectual capacities, all individuals have equivalent capacities for understanding symbols. e. mental abilities and disabilities are evenly distributed around the world.