Series: Cambridge Studies in Biological and Evolutionary Anthropology Volume: 12
By: D Quiatt and V Reynolds
324 pages, 8 tabs, 35 line illus, 4 b/w photos
The central theme of this work is the importance of social information and knowledge to a full understanding of primate social behaviour and organisation. Using this perspective, the authors seek to demonstrate a continuity between human and non-human society that is often not recognised elsewhere in the literature.
' ... a useful synthesis of the current state of cognitive primatology, as seen through experienced anthropological eyes.' W. C. McGrew, Nature ' ... this work is a must read for anyone interested in primate and human societies. It offers a new and dynamic approach to primate communication ... I highly recommend this book.' European Sociobiological Society Newsletter
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