6 edition of Primate bio-social development found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Suzanne Chevalier-Skolnikoff, Frank E. Poirier.|
|Contributions||Chevalier-Skolnikoff, Suzanne., Poirier, Frank E., 1940-|
|LC Classifications||QL737.P9 P6714|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 636 p. :|
|Number of Pages||636|
|ISBN 10||0824099001, 0824098544|
|LC Control Number||76025748|
The ways in which children use objects is central to many theories of development, yet we lack systematic descriptions of the various ways in which objects are used across childhood. In this paper, I first describe the different forms of object use (i.e., exploration, construction, play, tool use and tool making) for males and females in Cited by: 2. Maternal Time Spent with Others. Infant sex was a significant predictor of the time spent with others beyond immediate female family members for both time periods [linear mixed model (LMM), first 6 mo: F 1, = , P = ; late infancy: F 1, 1, = , P = ; Fig. 1] (first 6 mo, follows on nine mothers with 25 sons and 18 daughters; late infancy, 1, follows on nine Cited by:
On the explanatory status and theoretical contributions of Bayesian models of cognition - Volume 34 Issue 4 - Matt Jones, Bradley C. Love you will be asked to authorise Cambridge Core to connect with your account. Primate bio-social development: Biological, Cited by: Robin Fox (born ) is an Anglo-American anthropologist who has written on the topics of incest avoidance, marriage systems, human and primate kinship systems, evolutionary anthropology, sociology and the history of ideas in the social sciences. He founded the department of anthropology at Rutgers University in and had remained a professor there for the rest of his career, also being a.
Primate communication, lies, and ideas. Alison Jolly. Abstract. The reconstruction of the development sequence of human socio- cultural evolution is one of the most important and difficult goals of prehistoric archaeology. Until recently, such reconstruction was accomplished . No portion of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any means without written permission of the publisher. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data The nonhuman primates / [edited by] Phyllis Dolhinow, Agustin Fuentes.
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The mother-infant relationship in non-human primates is longer-lasting and more intense than it is in most other mammals. One reason for this is that the physical association between primate mothers and infants is very close. Infants cling to their mothers’ bodies almost constantly for at Cited by: Jacques Vauclair*~ Kim A.
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Book Reviews. Free Access. General and Theoretical. Primate Bio‐Social Development: Biological, Social and Ecological Determinants. Suzanne Chevalier‐Skolnikoff and Fran E. Poirier. Primate Ecology: Problem‐Oriented Field Studies. Robert W. Sussman. Hugh A. Gilmore. *Primate News,Volume [Published by the Oregon RPRC, N.W.
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Book review Full text access Primate bio-social development: Biological, social, and ecological determinants: Edited by Suzanne Chevalier-Skolnikoff & Frank E. Poirier. New York: Garland Publishing (). xix + Cloth: $; paper: $ Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford.
It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. Author(s): Chevalier-Skolnikoff,Suzanne; Poirier,Frank E, Title(s): Primate bio-social development: biological, social, and ecological determinants/ edited.
Play, Playfulness, Creativity and Innovation sets a new standard for studies of the power and potential of play.' Pat Kane - author of The Play Ethic 'This highly engaging book provides a novel perspective on the role of play activities that apparently lack by: The Reason for this Volume If we were to judge the seriousness of a psychosocial problem by the attention that the popular media give to it, we would have to conclude that the modem world is in the midst of an epidemic of pedophilic child sexual abuse.
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Health, Risk, and Adversity (Studies of the Biosocial Society Book 2) - Kindle edition by Panter-Brick, Catherine, Fuentes, Agustín, Goodman, Alan.
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Normal repetitive and abnormal stereotyped behaviors in infants and young children. Paper presented at Eighteenth Annual Gatlinburg Conference on Research and Theory in Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, Gatlinburg, TN, March, Skinner, B.F.
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If you are looking for a book you can place ask.His research interests focus on primate and human behavior, pathogen transmission, and patterns in human and primate evolution.
He has co-edited three books, The Non-Human Primates (), Primates Face to Face (), Primates in Perspective () and recently completed a textbook in biological anthropology, Core Concepts in Biological Format: Paperback.