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By: Phyllis Dilhinow and Augustin Fuentes
340 pages, Col photos, illus, figs, tabs
Introduces students to primates through 34 essays written expressly for this volume by experts in their research areas. Contents include: PART I. THE NONHUMAN PRIMATES: WHO ARE THEY, WHERE ARE THEY, AND HOW ARE THEY DOING? - Taxonomy and Phylogeny of the Primates - The Nonhuman Primates - The Apes - The Old World Monkeys - The New World Monkeys - The Prosimians - Distribution and Conservation of the Primates PART II. THE REALM OF PRIMATE BEHAVIOR - How Things Came to Be - The Primate Group - Behavioral and Biological Dimensions of the Life Span - The Mind - Primates in the Broader Context Contributors include: Walter Carl Hartwig, Don J Melnick, Todd R Disotell, Juan Carlos Morales, Caro-Beth Stewart, Thad Bartlett, Cheryl Knott, Michele Goldsmith, Barbara Fruth, Gottfried Hohmann, William C. McGrew, Fred B Bercovitch, Michael A Huffman, Janice Chism, Craig Kirkpatrick, Karen B Strier, Melissa Panger, Benjamin Z Freed, Lisa Gould, Sharon Gursky, Ardith A Eudey, Bruce P Wheatley, Rebecca Stephenson, Hiro Kurashina, Carey P Yeager, Scott C Silver, Lois K Lippold, Irwin S Bernstein, Agustin Fuentes, Phyllis Dolhinow, Craig B Stanford, Irwin S Bernstein, Elsworth Ray, MSM Pavelka, Michael L Power, Phyllis Dolhinow, Fred B Bercovitch, Sue Taylor Parker, Roger S Fouts, Deborah H Fouts, Linda Marie Fedigan, Shirley C Strum, Allisa Carter, Chris Carter.
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