By: Toshida Nishida (Editor), WC McGrew (Editor), Peter R Marler (Editor), Peter Pickford (Editor), Frans BM de Waal (Editor)
1410 pages, Tabs, figs
This three-volume set contains the papers presented at the symposia given at the XIIIth Congress of the International Primatological Society, held in Japan in 1990. Topics ranged from the origins of monogamy in primates to techniques of primate conservation in the wild. This work provides the most advanced data currently available as well as new ideas, on the origins of human society, ecology, psychology, and communications from a primatological perspective.
Volume 1: Human Origins 475 pages Figures
Volume 2: Behaviour, Ecology & Conservation 412 pages Tables Figures
Volume 3: Evolutionary Biology, Reproductive Endocrinology & Virology
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