Edited By: D Todt, P Goedeking and D Symmes
225 pages, 76 figs
Primates have perhaps the most highly developed forms of vocal communication in the animal kingdom, with the ultimate function of maintaining social organisation. This is a study of the pyschological, ecological, behavioural and neurobiological aspects of vocalization in primates up to, and including, man.
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