Primates in perspective / edited by Christina J. Campbell ... [et al.].

Published
  • New York ; Oxford : Oxford University Press 2007
Physical description
xiv, 720 p. : ill., maps ; 29 cm.
ISBN
  • 0195171330
  • 0195171349
  • 9780195171334
  • 9780195171341
Notes
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • 1. brief history of primate field studies/ Robert W. Sussman p. 6.
  • 2. Primate evolution/ Walter Hartwig p. 11.
  • 3. lorisiform primates of Asia and Mainland Africa : diversity shrouded in darkness/ Anna Nekaris Simon K. Bearder p. 24.
  • 4. Lemuriformes/ Lisa Gould Michelle Sauther p. 46.
  • 5. Tarsiiformes/ Sharon Gursky p. 73.
  • 6. Callitrichines : the role of competition in cooperatively breeding species/ Leslie J. Digby Stephen F. Ferrari Wendy Saltzman p. 85.
  • 7. Cebines : toward an explanation of variable social structure/ Katharine M. Jack p. 107.
  • 8. Sakis, Uakaris, and Titi monkeys : behavioral diversity in a radiation of primate seed predators/ Marilyn A. Norconk p. 123.
  • 9. Aotinae : social monogamy in the only nocturnal haplorhines/ Eduardo Fernandez-Duque p. 139.
  • 10. Atelines : variation in ecology, behavior, and social organization/ Anthony Di Fiore Christina J. Campbell p. 155.
  • 11. Asian Colobines : diversity among leaf-eating monkeys/ R. Craig Kirkpatrick p. 186.
  • 12. African Colobine monkeys : patterns of between-group interaction/ Peter J. Fashing p. 201.
  • 13. Macaques : a double-layered social organization/ Bernard Thierry p. 224.
  • 14. Baboons, Mandrills, and Mangabeys : Afro-Papionin socioecology in a phylogenetic perspective/ Clifford J. Jolly p. 240.
  • 15. Guenons (genus cercopithecus) and their allies : behavioral ecology of polyspecific associations/ Karin L. Enstam Lynne A. Isbell p. 252.
  • 16. Hylobatidae : small apes of Asia/ Thad O. Bartlett p. 274.
  • 17. Orangutans in perspective : forced copulations and female mating resistance/ Cheryl D. Knott Sonya M. Kohlenberg p. 290.
  • 18. Gorillas : diversity in ecology and behavior/ Martha M. Robbins p. 305.
  • 19. Chimpanzees and Bonobos : diversity within and between species/ Rebecca Stumpf p. 321.
  • 20. Research questions/ Elsworth Ray p. 346.
  • 21. Advances in the understanding of primate reproductive endocrinology/ Bill L. Lasley Anne Savage p. 356.
  • 22. Molecular primatology/ Anthony Di Fiore Pascal Gagneux p. 369.
  • 23. Life history/ Steven R. Leigh Gregory E. Blomquist p. 396.
  • 24. Primate growth and development : a functional and evolutionary approach/ Debra Bolter Adrienne Zihlman p. 408.
  • 25. Primate sexuality and reproduction/ Christina J. Campbell p. 423.
  • 26. Reproductive cessation in female primates : comparisons of Japanese Macaques and humans/ Linda Marie Fedigan Mary S. M. Pavelka p. 437.
  • 27. Mate choice/ Joseph H. Manson p. 447.
  • 28. new era of primate socioecology : ecology and intersexual conflict/ Deborah Overdorff Joyce Parga p. 466.
  • 29. Primate nutritional ecology : feeding biology and diet at ecological and evolutionary scales/ Joanna E. Lambert p. 482.
  • 30. Conservation/ Karen B. Strier p. 496.
  • 31. Primate seed dispersal : linking behavioral ecology with forest community structure/ Colin A. Chapman Sabrina E. Russo p. 510.
  • 32. Predation on primates : past studies, current challenges, and directions for the future/ Lynne E. Miller Adrian Treves p. 525.
  • 33. Primate locomotor behavior and ecology/ Paul A. Garber p. 543.
  • 34. Social mechanisms in the control of primate aggression/ Irwin S. Bernstein p. 562.
  • 35. Social beginnings : the tapestry of infant and adult interactions/ Katherine C. MacKinnon p. 571.
  • 36. Postconflict reconciliation/ Kate Arnold Filippo Aureli p. 592.
  • 37. Social organization : social systems and the complexities in understanding the evolution of primate behavior/ Agustin Fuentes p. 609.
  • 38. conundrum of communication/ Harold Gouzoules Sarah Gouzoules p. 621.
  • 39. Cooperation and competition in primate social interactions/ Robert W. Sussman Paul A. Garber p. 636.
  • 40. Social learning in monkeys and apes : cultural animals?/ Christine A. Caldwell Andrew Whiten p. 652.
  • 41. Tool use and cognition in primates/ Melissa Panger p. 665.
  • 42. Primate self-medication/ Michael A. Huffman p. 677.
  • 43. Ethnoprimatology : contextualizing human and nonhuman primate interactions/ Linda O. Wolfe Agustin Fuentes p. 691.
  • 44. Where we have been, where we are, and where we are going : the future of primatological research/ Christina J. Campbell Agustin Fuentes Katherine C. MacKinnon Melissa Panger Simon K. Bearder p. 702.
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  • Illustrated
Language
  • English

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