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Anthropology 310: Primate Behaviour is an intermediate-level course that provides a general introduction to primate behaviour, with an emphasis on the insights derived from field studies.

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Required Readings


Unit 1




Unit 2



Time Life. (1989). Spirits of the Forest [Video]. New York: Time Life Video.

Unit 3



Alcock, John. 2005). Chapter One: An Evolutionary Approach to Animal Behavior. In Animal Behavior: An Evolutionary Approach, 8th Ed. (pp. 2–24). Sunderland, MA: Sinauer Associates, Inc.

Unit 4



Kovanic, Gillian Darling (Director). (1998). Baboon Tales [Video]. Montreal, QC: Tamarin Productions.

Unit 5


Unit 6


Moses, Cynthia (Director/Producer). (1995). The New Chimpanzees [Video]. Washington, DC: National Geographic Society.


Unit 7



Haanstra, Bert. (1984). Family of Chimps [Video]. New York, NY: Filmmakers Library. PART 1
Haanstra, Bert. (1984). Family of Chimps [Video]. New York, NY: Filmmakers Library. PART 2

Unit 8


Unit 9


Jones, Jenny (Director). (1997). Can Chimpanzees Talk? [Video]. Arlington, VA: PBS (Nova).

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Unit 10



Dohrn, Michael (Director). (1998).Three Monkeys [Television series episode]. In Neil Nightingale (Series Editor), Natural World. Darlington, UK: BBC Two.

Unit 11


Kurtis, Bill. (1991). The Rain Forest Imperative [Video]. Washington, DC: Conservation International.

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Warren, Adrian. (1989). Gorillas in the Midst of Man [Television series episode]. In Neil Nightingale (Series Editor), Natural World. Darlington, UK: BBC Two.