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Unformatted text preview: Anthropology 3000-100 Test #2 Name ~ ~ - - - , - - - - - - - - " - - - - - - - - - - - - Date- ~ - - - - - - - - Multiple Choice (17 Points) 1. developed a system of studying animal behavior that consisted of 4 levels of analysis. A. John Oates B. Karl Von Frisch C. Konrad Lorenz D. iNiko Tinbergen 2. A dominance hierarchy A. all of the below B. is the pecking order in a group C. is an arrangement of dominant and subordinate individuals in a group D. is usually characterized by asymmetrical relationships between high and low ranking animals ,/E. C & D only. ~ 3. Home ranges that do not overlap are _ A. sympatric B. allopatric C. territories D. exhibited by species that engage in fission-fusion ranging patterns _. __ 4. Anthropomorphism is _- - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - A. ascribing human thoughts or intentions to another species B. the study of primate cultures C. a method utilized by ethologists to study animals without regard for their indi\'idual personalities D. a method used to identify similar behavioral and morphological characteristics bet\\een humans and nonhuman primates _, __' 11. Maladaptive behavior can be: A. socially induced. B. parasite induced. C. environmentally induced. D. A & B only E. All of the above ~ 12. In terms of reproductive success. male primates are most limited by this contested resource. A. Attention B. Sleeping sites C. Access to food D. None of the above--J-- 13. Some primatologists have hypothesized that primates live in groups A. to increase their inclusive fitness through kin selection B. to out competeB....
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