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Primate Behavioral Ecology

 Primate behavior examined from an evolutionary and ecological perspective, focusing on adaptations to the social and nonsocial environment. Topics include: nepotism, reciprocity, competition, cooperation, and sex differences; the ecological role of primates in their communities is discussed.

Department: 
Anthropology
Course#: 
458
Course: 
Primate Behavioral Ecology
Credits: 
3
Instructor(s): 
Variable
Semester: 
Fall