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Title Chimpanzee cultures / edited by Richard W. Wrangham ... [and others].
Imprint Cambridge, Mass. : Published by Harvard University Press in cooperation with the Chicago Academy of Sciences, 1994.

LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 MUSKINGUM STACKS  QL737.P96 .C475 1994    WITHDRAWN  
LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 MUSKINGUM STACKS  QL737.P96 .C475 1994    WITHDRAWN  
Subject Culture.
Social behavior in animals.
Cognition in animals.
Bonobo -- Ecology.
Chimpanzees -- Behavior.
Bonobo -- Behavior.
Chimpanzees -- Ecology.
Alt Name Wrangham, Richard W., 1948-
Chicago Academy of Sciences.
Description xxiii, 424 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents The challenge of behavioral diversity / Richard W. Wrangham, Frans B.M. de Waal and W. C. McGrew -- Overview--ecology, diversity, and culture / Richard W. Wrangham -- Tools compared : the material of culture / W. C. McGrew -- Party size in chimpanzees and bonobos : a reevaluation of theory based on two similarly forested sites / Colin A. Chapman, Frances J. White, and Richard W. Wrangham -- The significance of terrestrial herbaceous foods for bonobos, chimpanzees, and gorillas / Richard K. Malenky ... [et al.] --Hunting strategies of Gombe and Taï chimpanzees / Christophe Boesch -- Comparative locomotor behavior of chimpanzees and bonobos : species and habitat differences / Diane M. Doran and Kevin D. Hunt -- Comparative analyses of nest-building behavior in bonobos and chimpanzees / Barbara Fruth and Gottfried Hohman -- Diversity of medicinal plant use by chimpanzees in the wild / Michael H. Huffman and Richard W. Wrangham -- Overview--diversity in social relations / W.C. McGrew -- Social role and development of noncopulatory sexual behavior of wild bonbobos / Chie Hashimoto and Takeshi Furuichi.
Grooming relationships in two species of chimpanzees / Yasuyuki Muroyama and Yukimaru Sugiyama -- Reproductive success story : variability among chimpanzees and comparisons with gorillas / Caroline E.G. Tutin -- Ethological studies of chimpanzee vocal behavior / John C. Mitani -- Pacifying interventions at Arnhem Zoo and Gombe / Christopher Boehm -- Social relationships of female chimpanzees : diversity between captive social groups / Kate C. Baker and Barbara B. Smuts -- Chimpanzee's adaptive potential : a comparison of social life under captive and wild conditions / Frans B.M. de Waal -- Overview--culture and cognition / Frans B.M. de Waal -- Understanding chimpanzee understanding / Jan A.R.A.M. van Hooff -- What chimpanzees (might) know about the mind / Daniel J. Povinelli -- The question of chimpanzee culture / Michael Tomasello -- Biobehavioral roots of language : a comparative perspective of chimpanzee, child, and culture / Duane M. Rumbaugh, E. Sue Savage-Rumbaugh, and Rose A. Sevcik -- Individual differences in the cognitive abilities of chimpanzees / Sarah T. Boysen.
Field experiments on use of stone tools in the wild / Tetsuro Matsuzawa -- Afterword--review of recent findings on Mahale chimpanzees : implications and future research directions / Toshisada Nishida -- Postscript--conservation and the future of chimpanzee and bonobo research in Africa / Jane Goodall.
ISBN 0674116623 (alk. paper)
OCLC # 29953187
Table of Contents
 Preface / Paul G. Helme 
 Foreword / Jane Goodall 
 Study Sites in Africa 
 The Challenge of Behavioral Diversity / Richard W. Wrangham, Frans B. M. de Waal, W. C. McGrew1
Sect. 1Ecology19
 Overview - Ecology, Diversity, and Culture / Richard W. Wrangham21
  Tools Compared: The Material of Culture / W. C. McGrew25
  Party Size in Chimpanzees and Bonobos: A Reevaluation of Theory Based on Two Similarly Forested Sites / Colin A. Chapman, Frances J. White, Richard W. Wrangham41
  The Significance of Terrestrial Herbaceous Foods for Bonobos, Chimpanzees, and Gorillas / Richard K. Malenky, Suehisa Kuroda, Evelyn Ono Vineberg, Richard W. Wrangham59
  Hunting Strategies of Gombe and Tai Chimpanzees / Christophe Boesch77
  Comparative Locomotor Behavior of Chimpanzees and Bonobos: Species and Habitat Differences / Diane M. Doran, Kevin D. Hunt93
  Comparative Analyses of Nest-Building Behavior in Bonobos and Chimpanzees / Barbara Fruth, Gottfried Hohman109
  Diversity of Medicinal Plant Use by Chimpanzees in the Wild / Michael A. Huffman, Richard W. Wrangham129
Sect. 2Social Relations149
 Overview - Diversity in Social Relations / W. C. McGrew151
  Social Role and Development of Noncopulatory Sexual Behavior of Wild Bonobos / Chie Hashimoto, Takeshi Furuichi155
  Grooming Relationships in Two Species of Chimpanzees / Yasuyuki Muroyama, Yukimaru Sugiyama169
  Reproductive Success Story: Variability Among Chimpanzees and Comparisons with Gorillas / Caroline E. G. Tutin181
  Ethological Studies of Chimpanzee Vocal Behavior / John C. Mitani195
  Pacifying Interventions at Arnhem Zoo and Gombe / Christopher Boehm211
  Social Relationships of Female Chimpanzees: Diversity Between Captive Social Groups / Kate C. Baker, Barbara B. Smuts227
  Chimpanzee's Adaptive Potential: A Comparison of Social Life Under Captive and Wild Conditions / Frans B. M. de Waal243
Sect. 3Cognition261
 Overview - Culture and Cognition / Frans B. M. de Waal263
  Understanding Chimpanzee Understanding / Jan A. R. A. M. van Hooff267
  What Chimpanzees (Might) Know about the Mind / Daniel J. Povinelli285
  The Question of Chimpanzee Culture / Michael Tomasello301
  Biobehavioral Roots of Language: A Comparative Perspective of Chimpanzee, Child, and Culture / Duane M. Rumbaugh, E. Sue Savage-Rumbaugh, Rose A. Sevcik319
  Individual Differences in the Cognitive Abilities of Chimpanzees / Sarah T. Boysen335
  Field Experiments on Use of Stone Tools in the Wild / Tetsuro Matsuzawa351
Sect. 4Afterword and Postscript371
 Afterword - Review of Recent Findings on Mahale Chimpanzees: Implications and Future Research Directions / Toshisada Nishida373
 Postscript - Conservation and the Future of Chimpanzee and Bonobo Research in Africa / Jane Goodall397
 Biographies of the Authors405
 Index413


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