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Edited By: T Matsuzawa
587 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
Aims to illuminate the primate origin of human cognition and behaviour through field observation and environmental analysis. Matsuzawa and his colleagues explore a broad range of issues including the phylogeny of perception and cognition, the origin of human speech, learning and memory, recognition of self, others, and species, society and social interaction, and culture.
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