This is a groundbreaking workwhich brought together studiesof monkeys and apes from boththe laboratory and the field. Manybroad aspects of primate life,including facial expressions,sexual signals, grooming, play,social organization and parental care, are covered bythe contributors and provided a whole new approach toprimate behavior.
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Introduction The Study of Primate Behavior
The Facial Displays of the Catarrhine Monkeys and Apes
Sociosexual Signals and their Intraspecific Imitation among Primates
Allogrooming in Primates a Review
Play Behaviour in Higher Primates a Review
Variability in the Social Organization of Primates
Comparative Aspects of Communication in New World Primates
The Effect of Social Companions on MotherInfant Relations in Rhesus Monkeys
MotherOffspring Relationships in Freeranging Chimpanzees
An Ethological Study of Some Aspects of Social Behaviour of Children in Nursery School
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