This book is about the social life of monkeys, apes and humans. Its central theme is the importance of social information and knowledge to a full understanding of primate social behaviour and organisation. Primate Behaviour will be of interest to senior undergraduate and graduate students, as well as to researchers in the fields of biological and social anthropology, primatology, psychology, behavioural science and evolutionary biology.Quiatt, Duane is the author of 'Primate Behaviour Information, Social Knowledge, and the Evolution of Culture' with ISBN 9780521498326 and ISBN 0521498325.
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