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Matthew Nelson Stanford, C., J.S. Allen, et al. (2006). Biological Anthropology: The Natural History of Humankind. Upper Saddle River, Pearson Education Inc. Primatology and the history of primates Part III: Primates (163 - 231) Chapter 7: The Primates (163 -207) Chapter 8: Primate Behavior (207 - 231) Chapter 10: Origin of Primates (268 - 297) Chapter 11: Becoming Human: The Ape-Hominid Transition (299 - 319) Primate: Member of mammalian order Primates, including prosimians, monkeys, apes, and humans, defined by a suite of anatomical and behavioral traits (glossary). Primatology: The study of nonhuman primates and their anatomy, genetics, behavior, and ecology (glossary). Reasons for Primatology: .(164) 1. Primates are humans’ closest living kin . By testing hypotheses about diet, social behavior, and anatomy, we can reconstruct aspects of how extinct primates, including hominids, probably behaved. 2.
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Week 5 - Matthew Nelson Stanford, C., J.S. Allen, et al....

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