ReviewPrimateBehavior

ReviewPrimateBehavior - Among baboons, chimpanzees, and...

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Review of Primate Behavior Models for Early Human Behavior Do primates need parental guidance through adolescence, both for physical needs and for socialization? YES
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Which of the following are used for analogies to possible early human behavior? Baboons Chimpanzees and bonobos Savannah baboons live in an environment similar to the environment we think some of the earliest humans lived in
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Given that primate social systems are maintained through communication : How do primates communicate? * Facial expressions * Vocalizations * Body language * Touch
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For most non-prosimian primates, The day is divided into WHAT three main activities: Feeding Moving Resting A small part of the day includes: Sex Grooming Territorial displays
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True or false:
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Unformatted text preview: Among baboons, chimpanzees, and bonobos: 1. the relationship between a mother and her offspring remains strong TRUE 2. There is no social differentiation. FALSE Each individual holds a different position in the hierarchy of primate society True or False 1. Few human groups have lived as foragers or hunter-gatherers FALSE Until about 12,000 ya, ALL humans had lived as foragers 2. Early humans may have had some sort of family unit, perhaps centered around the mother TRUE TRUE or FALSE 1. Early humans may have had a home territory. TRUE 2. Early humans may have lived in a group with social rules and recognition of differences between individuals. TRUE...
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