The Evolution of human behavior : primate models / Warren G. Kinzey, editor.

Contributor(s): Kinzey, Warren G, 1935- | American Anthropological Association. Annual Meeting (82nd : 1983 : Chicago, Ill.) | American Association of Physical Anthropologists
Material type: TextTextSeries: SUNY series in primatology: Publisher: Albany : State University of New York Press, ©1987Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 299 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 0585064865; 9780585064864Subject(s): Primates -- Behavior -- Congresses | Primates -- Evolution -- Congresses | Social evolution -- Congresses | Behavior evolution -- Congresses | Human behavior -- Congresses | Animal models in research -- Congresses | SCIENCE -- Life Sciences -- Zoology -- Primatology | NATURE -- Animals -- Primates | Animal models in research | Behavior evolution | Human behavior | Primates -- Behavior | Primates -- Evolution | Social evolution | Evolution -- Congresses | Behavior -- Congresses | Behavior, Animal -- Congresses | Primates -- Congresses | Biological Evolution -- CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Evolution of human behavior.DDC classification: 599.8/0451 LOC classification: QL737.P9 | E96 1987ebOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Introduction / Warren G. Kinzey -- 1. Behavioral innovations -- Gathering by females: the chimpanzee model revisited and the gathering hypothesis / Nancy M. Tanner -- Transportation of resources: reconstructions of early hominid socioecology: a critique of primate models / Richard Potts -- 2. Primate-derived models -- African apes: the significance of African apes for reconstructing human social evolution / Richard W. Wrangham -- Chimpanzees: Pygmy chimpanzees and common chimpanzees: models for the behavioral ecology of the earliest hominids / Randall L. Susman -- Baboons: baboon models and muddles / Shirley C. Strum & William Mitchell -- Monogamous primates: a primate model for human mating systems / Warren G. Kinzey -- Howler monkeys: diet, dimorphism, and demography: perspectives from howlers to hominids / Carolyn M. Crockett -- 3. Paleoecological models -- Cytogenetic methods: social and ecological aspects of primate cytogenetics / Jon Marks -- Morpho-physiological analysis of diets: species-specific dietary patterns in primates and human dietary adaptations / Robert W. Sussman -- 4. Theoretical issues -- The reconstruction of hominid behavioral evolution through strategic modeling / John Tooby and Irven DeVore.
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Papers presented at a symposium in Chicago at the Eighty-second Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Nov. 19, 1983, sponsored by the American Association of Physical Anthropologists.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 239-287).

Includes indexes.

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Introduction / Warren G. Kinzey -- 1. Behavioral innovations -- Gathering by females: the chimpanzee model revisited and the gathering hypothesis / Nancy M. Tanner -- Transportation of resources: reconstructions of early hominid socioecology: a critique of primate models / Richard Potts -- 2. Primate-derived models -- African apes: the significance of African apes for reconstructing human social evolution / Richard W. Wrangham -- Chimpanzees: Pygmy chimpanzees and common chimpanzees: models for the behavioral ecology of the earliest hominids / Randall L. Susman -- Baboons: baboon models and muddles / Shirley C. Strum & William Mitchell -- Monogamous primates: a primate model for human mating systems / Warren G. Kinzey -- Howler monkeys: diet, dimorphism, and demography: perspectives from howlers to hominids / Carolyn M. Crockett -- 3. Paleoecological models -- Cytogenetic methods: social and ecological aspects of primate cytogenetics / Jon Marks -- Morpho-physiological analysis of diets: species-specific dietary patterns in primates and human dietary adaptations / Robert W. Sussman -- 4. Theoretical issues -- The reconstruction of hominid behavioral evolution through strategic modeling / John Tooby and Irven DeVore.

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