[ANTH 260] Primate Social Behavior and Ecology
The natural history of nonhuman primates from an evolutionary, ecological, and social perspective. The course includes a survey of the primate order, including an assessment of the behavioral characteristics of each group in light of modern evolutionary theory. Topic issues and competing paradigms in the field, methodological issues, and conservation programs will be explored.Edit my profile
Primate Social Behavior and Ecology
Prerequisite: Anthropology 120 or Biology 111 or consent of instructor.