ANTH 311 Primate Behaviour and Ecology (3 credits)

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Offered by: Anthropology (Faculty of Arts)

Overview

Anthropology : Critical evaluation of theories concerning primate behaviour with emphasis on the importance of ecological factors in framing behaviour, including mating behaviour, parent care, social structures, communication, as well as various forms of social interaction such as dominance, territoriality and aggressive expression.

Terms: Fall 2016

Instructors: Colin Austin Chapman (Fall)

  • Fall

  • Prerequisite: Any 200 level course in a social or biological science.