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Edited By: Peter M Kappeler and Michael E Pereira
395 pages, Figs, 41 tabs
Provides the first systematic attempt to understand how primate life histories influence behaviour and vice versa. Topics covered include how primate life histories interact with diverse social structures; how the slow maturation of primates affects the behaviour of both the young and their adult caregivers; and the reciprocal relationships between large brains and increased social and behavioural complexity.
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Peter M. Kappeler is head of the Department of Behavior and Ecology at the German Primate Center in Gottingen. He is editor of Primate Males: Causes and Consequences of Variation in Group Composition and coeditor of Lemur Social Systems and Their Ecological Basis. Michael E. Pereira is a research associate at the Lincoln Park Zoo and a science teacher at The Latin School of Chicago. He is coeditor of Juvenile Primates: Life History, Development, and Behavior, also published by the University of Chicago Press.
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