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The Life of Primates: How Much Like Us?


The Life of Primates: How Much Like Us?

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    Available in PDF Format | The Life of Primates: How Much Like Us?.pdf | English
    Pia Nystrom(Author) Pamela Ashmore(Author)

For undergraduate courses is primatolgy and biological anthropology.


The field of primatology has grown to become very complex and now incorporates information from molecular genetics, physiology, and brain studies. Many of the texts imparting this information are much too advanced for undergraduate students. Pia Nystrom & Pamela Ashmore present to you a comprehensive text written about nonhuman primates built from the ground up written for the undergraduate student.


The Life of Primates, 1/e helps students tackle the complex ideas and issues of primatology by first establishing the context and groundwork from which these studies were conducted.

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  • By P. J. on 25 August 2009

    Excellent for both professional and casual interest use, would highly recommendThis book is an excellent guide for anyone studying primatology at a university level as it covers a large range of topics with up to data information, yet is written in a manner that is presented clearly and easy to interpret without loosing detail.In addition it also includes a selection of case studies which encourages the reader think about our close relatives and act as good examples for further study. The inclusion of events and mishaps that have occurred in the field or in the past makes for an enjoyable read allowing the book to be also used in a more casual manner outside the lab.

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