Softcover reprint of the original 1st edition from 1995.
Proceedings of the 14th and 15th Congress of the International Primatological Society held in Strasbourg, France in 1992, and in Kuta-Bali, Indonesia in 1994.
- Technical Advances in the Study of Primate Vocal Signals: Some Analysis Methods that May Be Useful to Acoustical Primatologists; M. Owren, C. Linker
- Artificial Neural Networks for Analysis and Recognition of Primate Vocal Communication; A. Zimmermann
- Social and Ecological Determinants of Vocal Communication: Loud Calls in Nocturnal Prosimians: Structure, Evolution, and Ontogeny; E. Zimmerman
- Vocal Ontogeny in Macaques and Marmosets: Convergent and Divergent Lines of Development; J.D. Newman
- Vocal Ontogeny of the Squirrel Monkey Saimiri boliviensis peruviensis; M. Biben, D. Bernhards
- Morphological and Neuronal Substrates for Vocal Communication: A Comparative Approach to the Nonhuman Primate Vocal Tract: Implications for Sound Production; M. Schon-Ybarra
- Role of Auditory Cortex in the Perception of Vocalizations by Japanese Macaques; H. Heffner, R. Heffner
- Amplitude Envelope Encoding as a Feature for Temporal Information Processing in the Auditory Cortex of Squirrel Monkeys; A. Bieser
- Cognitive and Evolutionary Aspects: Representational Signaling in Nonhuman Primate Vocal Communication; H. Gouzoules, et al.
- Linguistic Capacity: An Ontogenetic Theory with Evolutionary Implications; J.L. Locke
- What Primate Calls Can Tell Us about Human Evolution; P. Lieberman
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