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Developing a Social Psychology of Monkeys and Apes

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By: John Chadwick-Jones
184 pages, Tabs. figs
Publisher: Psychology Press
Developing a Social Psychology of Monkeys and Apes
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  • Developing a Social Psychology of Monkeys and Apes ISBN: 9780863778209 Hardback Nov 1998 Out of Print #89987
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Contents include: Primate psychology and communication; Facial expressions; Gestures; Postures and touch; Vocal signals; Social exchange and grooming partnerships; and Sexuality.

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Out of Print
By: John Chadwick-Jones
184 pages, Tabs. figs
Publisher: Psychology Press
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