Edited By: PJB Slater and TR Halliday
346 pages, Illus, figs, graphs, tables
Exciting recent advances in evolution theory have shed new light on animal behaviour. This book explores many facets of the relationship between these subjects, from the level of the gene to that of the social system.
'The editors and contributors ... have lucidly and interestingly represented current work and ideas in this core area of biology and psychology. This text presents clearly a rich sampling of both the details of animal behavior and analyses of its evolutionary processes and patterns ... a lucid presentation such as this can illuminate the entire field.' R. Goldthwaite, Systems Research and Behavioral Science
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