6 edition of Kinship and Behavior in Primates found in the catalog.
February 6, 2004 by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English
|Contributions||Bernard Chapais (Editor), Carol M. Berman (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||519|
1 INTRODUCTION. Much has changed in our understanding of primate social behavior since the pioneering naturalistic field study conducted by Clarence Ray Carpenter on the behavior and social relations of mantled howler monkeys in changes reflect a combination of interacting factors, including: (i) shifts in disciplinary perspectives; (ii) advances in theory, methods, and analytical Cited by: 3. BOOKREVIEWS PrimateBehaviorin Review Stuart A. Altmann During the last decade, research on the behavior of nonhuman primates has expanded very rapidly. In this period, the number of man-years of research invested in primate field studies has grown at a rate equivalent to a doubling of research effort every 5 years. A similar expansion has occurred in laboratory research on the.
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This book presents a series of review chapters on the various aspects of primate kinship and behavior, as a fundamental reference for students and professionals interested in primate behavior, ecology and evolution. The relatively new molecular data allow one to assess directly degrees of genetic relatedness and kinship relations between individuals, and a considerable body of data on.
Get this from a library. Kinship and behavior in primates. [Bernard Chapais; Carol M Berman;] -- Annotation This book presents a series of review chapters on the various aspects of primate kinship and behavior.
The relatively new molecular data allow one to assess directly degrees of genetic. This book presents a series of review chapters on the various aspects of primate kinship and behavior, as a fundamental reference for students and professionals interested in primate behavior, ecology and evolution.
The relatively new molecular data allow one to assess directly degrees of genetic relatedness and kinship relations between Author: Bernard Chapais. \/ Leanne T. Nash -- Kinship structure and reproductive skew in cooperatively breeding primates \/ James M.
Dietz -- Kinship structure and its impact on behavior in multilevel societies \/ Fernando Colmenares -- The impact of kinship on mating and reproduction \/ Andreas Paul, Jutta Kuester -- \"Recognizing\" kin: mechanisms, media, minds.
Kinship and behavior in primates. Book January Kinship has been shown to play a crucial role in shaping the social structure of animal examined the genetic relationships of.
Kinship and Behavior in Primates Bernard Chapais, Carol M. Berman This book presents a series of review chapters on the various aspects of primate kinship and behavior, as a fundamental reference for students and professionals interested in primate behavior, ecology and evolution.
Kinship and Behavior in Primates - Kindle edition by Chapais, Bernard, Berman, Carol M. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Kinship and Behavior in cturer: Oxford University Press.
This book presents a series of review chapters on the various aspects of primate kinship and behavior, as a fundamental reference for students and professionals interested. In anthropology, kinship is the web of social relationships that form an important part of the lives of all humans in all societies, although its exact meanings even within this discipline are often debated.
Anthropologist Robin Fox states that "the study of kinship is the study of what man does with these basic facts of life – mating, gestation, parenthood, socialization, siblingship etc.
This book presents a series of review chapters on the various aspects of primate kinship and behavior, as a fundamental reference for students and professionals interested in primate behavior, ecology and evolution.
The relatively new molecular data allow one to assess directly degrees of genetic relatedness and kinship relations between individuals, and a considerable body of data on.
In book: Réference module in neuroscience and biobehavioral psychology, Chapter: Primate origins of human behavior, Publisher: Elsevier, pp Cite this publication Bernard ChapaisAuthor: Bernard Chapais. Kinship and Behavior in Primates Kinship and Behavior in Primates Schaik, Carel International Journal of Primatology, Vol.
26, No. 6, December () DOI: /sx Book Review Kinship and Behavior in Primates. Edited by Bernard Chapais and Carol M.
Berman, Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, Social Bonding and Nurture Kinship: Compatibility between Cultural and Biological Approaches is a book on human kinship and social behavior by Maximilian Holland, published in The work synthesizes the perspectives of evolutionary biology, psychology and sociocultural anthropology towards understanding human social bonding and cooperative ts: Evolutionary biology, sociocultural.
Book Review; Published: December ; Kinship and Behavior in Primates. Carel van Schaik 1 Author: Carel van Schaik. Kinship. Kinship refers to relationships that are recognized between individuals based on family ties. Among humans, those ties are created by marriage and shared descent from ancestors.
Among non-human primates, they are due to descent. Most non-human primates apparently only recognize matrilineal descent. That is, they know who their mother. Book Review Kinship and Behavior in Primates. Edited by Bernard Chapais and Carol M. Berman, Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, USD xii + pp.
Hamilton’s theory of kin selection paved the way for sociobiology and its intellectual offspring, behavioral ecology and evolutionary psychology.
Sexual coercion—male behavior that constrains or negates female mate choice, at some cost to the females and to the benefit of the males (Smuts and Smuts, )—occurs in many primates (reviewed in Wrangham and Muller,Stumpf et al., ).Author: David P.
Watts. Many books on kinship have been written by social anthropologists, but Primeval Kinship is the first book dedicated to the evolutionary origins of human kinship. And perhaps equally important, it is the first book to suggest that the study of kinship and social organization can provide a link between social and biological anthropology.
The book is clear and well written and would benefit upper-level undergraduate and postgraduate students as well as scientists in primatology, behavioural ecology and anthropology. Review of Kinship and Behavior in Primates, Bernard Chapais, Carol M. Human Evolution and the Sexual Behavior of Female Primates, Linda D.
Wolfe 6. Male Sexual Behavior: Monkeys, Men, and Apes, Ronald D. Nadler and Charles H. Phoenix 7. Primate and the Origins of Aggression, Power and Politics Among Humans, Bernard Chapis 8. Kinship, Donald Stone Sade 9. 9: Kinship - Summary Principles of Animal Behavior.
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/ Kin selection is a type of altruistic behavior. Altruistic behavior is a set of actions by an individual that benefits someone else, while often causing harm to the individual. This is a form of. Cooperative behavior has been one of the enigmas of evolutionary theory since the days of Darwin.
The contributions to this book examine the many facets of cooperative behavior in primates and humans. Some of the world’s leading experts summarize and review the state of the art of theoretical and empirical studies of cooperation.
Social behavior among primates — including humans — has a substantial genetic basis, a team of scientists has concluded from a new survey of social structure across the primate family tree. Kinship and Behavior Among Nocturnal prosimians What We Want to Know The questions we ask about the relatiomship between kinship and behavior in nocturnal primates are the same as those we ask about diurnal gregarious primate species, for example, paternal and maternal kinship effects on behavior.
dispersal and kinship. mechanisms. Book 1. Chapais and C. Berman. KINSHIP AND BEHAVIOR IN PRIMATES. Oxford University Press, New York, pp., B.
Peer Reviewed Publications (full length journal articles and chapters) 2. C.M. Berman. The analysis of mother-infant interaction in. perspective, mentioning kinship only in passing. The third book focuses on kinship using a cultural perspective and only mentions incest taboos in passing.
The Westermarck Effect, so named by Robin Fox (), refers to the connection between sexual aversion and being raised together hypothesized by the Finnish anthropologistCited by: 4. Primeval Kinship is a treasure chest of comparative research on human and primate social structure, organization, and behavior.
This book will reignite and reinvigorate discussions of the evolution of primate and human society. It will be a model from which future social and physical anthropologists, primatologists, and social scientists can : Harvard University Press.
Primates of the World: An Illustrated Guide by Jean-Jacques Petter and Francois Desbordes – Princeton University Press, Primates of the World by Ian Redmond, with foreword by Dame Jane Goodall – New Holland Publishers Ltd., Kinship and Behavior in Primates by Bernard Chapais and Carol M.
Berman – Oxford University Press, Book review Book review Mitani, John C. Kinship plays an important role in the lives of humans and other animals. Nowhere is this better illustrated than in the behavior of our closest living relatives, the nonhuman primates.
Pioneering studies of Japanese macaques in the s revealed that genetically related females form the stable core of their societies and that.
Alarm calls are another popular example of altruistic behavior motivated by kin selection. In certain groups of closely related animals, such as squirrels and apes, members of the extended family will call out an alarm signal when a predator is within striking range.
This warning call allows family members to flee from danger, while potentially drawing dangerous attention to the caller itself Author: Dave Roos.
Primate - Primate - Historical background of primate studies: The order Primates has been studied with vigour by scientists since the time of Galen of Pergamum.
Aristotle and Hippocrates, in the 4th and 3rd centuries bc, recognized the similarity of man and apes, but it was Galen who demonstrated the kinship by dissection. He wrote, “The ape is likest to man in viscera, muscles, arteries. 38 books about Primates.
and evolutionary biology by extending the domain of these sciences into a crucial aspect of human political and social behavior. This book will be a key document in the study of the evolutionary basis of genuine altruism.
mating proscriptions, kinship structures, and moral codes--are symbolic systems that are. The order Primates comprises hundreds of species that vary widely in size, life history, ecology, and behavior.
Most diurnal species and some nocturnal ones form stable social groups characterized by permanent association between males and females. Predation has been the main factor selecting for the evolution of group living. BOOK NEWS The Food Gatherers: The Hunters, Fishers, and Gatherers.
Early and Simple Food Producers. Food Production and Urban Life. Economic Anthropology. Kinship and Kinship Groupings. Marriage. Law, Order, and Political Systems. Religion. Language. The Arts. Culture and the Individual. Stability and Change in Culture.
Acculturation and. Bernstein, I.S. () The study of behavior () and Kinship and behavior of nonhuman primates () In The Nonhuman Primates. Dohlinow, P. and Fuentes, A. (eds) Mayfield Mountain View California. Bernstein, I.S. () Old World monkeys () and Agonistic behavior () In Comparative Psychology: A Handbook.
Book. Chapais and C. P AND BEHAVIOR IN PRIMATES. Oxford University Press, New York, pp., B. Peer Reviewed Publications (full length. primates. Trait A morphological, physiological, or behavioral characteristic of an organism.
Evolutionary Foundations of Comparative Primate Psychology Psychology is the discipline that studies mind and behavior. Within psychology, therearemanysubfields including,among others, biological, clinical, cognitive, comparative, develop. Understanding Behavior: What Primate Studies Tell Us about Human Behavior.
By James D. Loy, Calvin B. Peters This book reviews what we have learned. behavioral development, aggression/dominance, culture and kinship.
The chapters show how primates have been used as simplified models of human behaviors and how they have contributed to. The evolutionary explanation is that they feel more “kinship” with the dog.) In general, if our worst behaviours are “the product of our biology”, so are our best ones.
With this diverse audience in mind, Primate Societies reviews what is known about the social behavior of primates in their natural habitats. The focus of the book is on social organization and behavior, although some ecological data are presented to provide a necessary background.
Primate Societies is organized into five : $From the reviews: "More than 40 scientists from wide-ranging fields address comparative perspectives and approaches in the study of the large and diverse radiation of South American primates.
this book is a triumph in providing a crucial summary of the existing and imminent challenges facing the research and conservation of South American primates and their habitats.and kinship of other primate groups.
This book liberates anthropology from its problematic past with the topic of social evolution, something formerly denigrated as a futile, or at best purely speculative, quest.
The book also carries implications for the sociocultural study of kinship and the debates over the role of biology in that study.