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EVOLUTION OF PRIMATE SOCIAL GROUPS


Coverage: 2000-2003

Search strategy: evolution and social and group* limited by date 2000-2003  Note: Other approaches to searching this topic could involve using index terms from relevant articles, limiting by taxonomic group or using additional search concepts such as, systems, structure, life history, etc.

 

        1.

        Barash DP; Lipton JE

        GENDER GAP: THE BIOLOGY OF MALE-FEMALE DIFFERENCES.

        New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers. 2002, Pgs: xviii 242 pp.

 

        2.

        Barrett L; Henzi SP

        Constraints on relationship formation among female primates.

        BEHAVIOUR. 2002. 139(2-3), Pgs: 263-289

 

        3.

        Boesch C

        Behavioural diversity in Pan.

        BEHAVIOURAL DIVERSITY IN CHIMPANZEES AND BONOBOS. Boesch C, Hohmann G,

        Marchant LF, Editors. New York: Cambridge Univ Press. 2002, Pgs: 1-8

 

        4.

        Boinski S; Sughrue K; Selvaggi L; Quatrone R; Henry M; Cropp S

        An expanded test of the ecological model of primate social evolution: Competitive regimes and female

        bonding in three species of squirrel monkeys (Saimiri oerstedii, S. boliviensis, and S. sciureus).

        BEHAVIOUR. 2002. 139(2-3), Pgs: 227-261

 

        5.

        Dixson AL; Anderson MJ

        Sexual selection, seminal coagulation and copulatory plug formation in primates.

        FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA. 2002. 73(2-3), Pgs: 63-69

 

        6.

        Dixson A; Anderson M

        Sexual selection and the comparative anatomy of reproduction in monkeys, apes, and human beings.

        ANNUAL REVIEW OF SEX RESEARCH. 2002. 12, Pgs: 121-144

 

        7.

        Doran DM; Jungers WL; Sugiyama Y; Fleagle JG; Heesy CP

        Multivariate and phylogenetic approaches to understanding chimpanzee and bonobo behavioral diversity.

        BEHAVIOURAL DIVERSITY IN CHIMPANZEES AND BONOBOS. Boesch C, Hohmann G,

        Marchant LF, Editors. New York: Cambridge Univ Press. 2002, Pgs: 14-34

 

        8.

        Fuentes A

        Patterns and trends in primate pair bonds.

        INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2002. 23(5), Pgs: 953-978

 

        9.

        Furuichi T

        [Evolution of social structure of hominoids: Reappraisal from food distribution and estrus sex ratio.]

        REICHORUI KENKYU/PRIMATE RESEARCH. 2002. 18(2), Pgs: 187-201

 

        10.

        Geissmann T

        Duet-splitting and the evolution of gibbon songs.

        BIOLOGICAL REVIEWS OF THE CAMBRIDGE PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. 2002. 77(1), Pgs:

        57-76

 

        11.

        Gerald MS; Higley JD

        Evolutionary underpinnings of excessive alcohol consumption.

        ADDICTION. 2002. 97(4), Pgs: 415-425

 

        12.

        Kappeler PM

        Primate biogeography.

        ENCYCLOPEDIA OF EVOLUTION. Pagel M, Editors. Oxford: Oxford Univ Press. 2002, Pgs:

        939-942

 

        13.

        Kappeler PM; Wimmer B; Zinner D; Tautz D

        The hidden matrilineal structure of a solitary lemur: Implications for primate social evolution.

        PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON. 2002. B269(1502), Pgs: 1755-1763

 

        14.

        Kappeler PM; van Schaik CP

        Evolution of primate social systems.

        INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2002. 23(4), Pgs: 707-740

 

        15.

        Koenig A

        Competition for resources and its behavioral consequences among female primates.

        INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2002. 23(4), Pgs: 759-783

 

        16.

        Korstjens AH; Sterck EHM; Noe R

        How adaptive or phylogenetically inert is primate social behaviour? A test with two sympatric colobines.

        BEHAVIOUR. 2002. 139(2-3), Pgs: 203-225

 

        17.

        Lindenfors P

        Sexually antagonistic selection on primate size.

        JOURNAL OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY. 2002. 15(4), Pgs: 595-607

 

        18.

        Marino L

        Convergence of complex cognitive abilities in cetaceans and primates.

        BRAIN, BEHAVIOR AND EVOLUTION. 2002. 59(1-2), Pgs: 21-32

 

        19.

        Nunn CL

        A comparative study of leukocyte counts and disease risk in primates.

        EVOLUTION. 2002. 56(1), Pgs: 177-190

 

        20.

        Paul A

        Sexual selection and mate choice.

        INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2002. 23(4), Pgs: 877-904

 

        21.

        Pavelka MM

        Resistance to the cross-species perspective in anthropology.

        PRIMATES FACE TO FACE: CONSERVATION IMPLICATIONS OF HUMAN-NONHUMAN

        PRIMATE INTERCONNECTIONS. Fuentes A, Wolfe LD, Editors. New York: Cambridge Univ Press.

        2002, Pgs: 25-44

 

        22.

        Potts R

        Paleoenvironmental basis of cognitive evolution in great apes. [Abstract]

        AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY. 2002. Suppl 34, Pgs: 127

 

        23.

        Reynolds PC

        Pretending primates: Play and simulation in the evolution of primate societies.

        PRETENDING AND IMAGINATION IN ANIMALS AND CHILDREN. Mitchell RW, Editors. New

        York: Cambridge Univ Press. 2002, Pgs: 196-209

 

        24.

        Semple S; Cowlishaw G; Bennett PM

        Immune system evolution among anthropoid primates: arasites, injuries and predators.

        PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON. 2002. B269(1495), Pgs: 1031-1037

 

        25.

        Silk JB

        What are friends for? The adaptive value of social bonds in primate groups - Introduction.

        BEHAVIOUR. 2002. 139(2-3), Pgs: 173-175

 

        26.

        Silk JB

        Using the'F'-word in primatology.

        BEHAVIOUR. 2002. 139(2-3), Pgs: 421-446

 

        27.

        Stanford CB

        Avoiding predators: Expectations and evidence in primate antipredator behavior.

        INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2002. 23(4), Pgs: 741-757

 

        28.

        Storz JF; Ramakrishnan U; Alberts SC

        Genetic effective size of a wild primate population: Influence of current and historical demography.

        EVOLUTION. 2002. 56(4), Pgs: 817-829

 

        29.

        van Schaik C

        Primate societies and social life.

        ENCYCLOPEDIA OF EVOLUTION. Pagel M, Editors. Oxford: Oxford Univ Press. 2002, Pgs:

        934-939

 

        30.

        Bercovitch FB

        Reproductive ecology of Old World monkeys.

        REPRODUCTIVE ECOLOGY AND HUMAN EVOLUTION. Ellison PT, Editors. New York: Aldine

        de Gruyter. 2001, Pgs: 369-396

 

        31.

        Boesch C

        Chimpanzee hunters: Chaos or cooperation in the forest?

        MODEL SYSTEMS IN BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY. Dugatkin LA, Editors. Princeton: Princeton Univ

        Press. 2001, Pgs: 453-465

 

        32.

        Brandon-Jones D

        Colobus and leaf monkeys.

        THE NEW ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MAMMALS. Macdonald D, Editors. Oxford: Oxford Univ Press.

        2001, Pgs: 380-387

 

        33.

        Byrne RW

        Social and technical forms of primate intelligence.

        TREE OF ORIGIN: WHAT PRIMATE BEHAVIOR CAN TELL US ABOUT HUMAN SOCIAL

        EVOLUTION. de Waal FBM, Editors. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Univ Press. 2001, Pgs: 145-172

 

        34.

        de Waal FBM

        Apes from Venus: Bonobos and human social evolution.

        TREE OF ORIGIN: WHAT PRIMATE BEHAVIOR CAN TELL US ABOUT HUMAN SOCIAL

        EVOLUTION. de Waal FBM, Editors. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Univ Press. 2001, Pgs: 39-68

 

        35.

        Dunbar RIM

        Brains on two legs: Group size and the evolution of intelligence.

        TREE OF ORIGIN: WHAT PRIMATE BEHAVIOR CAN TELL US ABOUT HUMAN SOCIAL

        EVOLUTION. de Waal FBM, Editors. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Univ Press. 2001, Pgs: 173-191

 

        36.

        Harcourt AH; Schwartz MW

        Primate evolution: A biology of holocene extinction and survival on the southeast Asian Sunda Shelf islands.

        AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY. 2001. 114(1), Pgs: 4-17

 

        37.

        Jack KM

        Life history patterns of male white-faced capuchins (Cebus capucinus): Male-bonding and evolution of

        multimale groups.

        DISSERTATION ABSTRACTS INTERNATIONAL. 2001. A62(5), Pgs: 1877

 

        38.

        Knott C

        Female reproductive ecology of the apes - Implications for human evolution.

        REPRODUCTIVE ECOLOGY AND HUMAN EVOLUTION. Ellison PT, Editors. New York: Aldine

        de Gruyter. 2001, Pgs: 429-463

 

        39.

        Lee PC

        Primate biology and behaviour: A template for human evolution?

        NATO ASI [ADV SCI INST] SERIES. 2001. A310, Pgs: 205-222

 

        40.

        Matsumura S

        The myth of despotism and nepotism: Dominance and kinship in matrilineal societies of macaques.

        PRIMATE ORIGINS OF HUMAN COGNITION AND BEHAVIOR. T Matsuzawa, Editors. Tokyo:

        Springer. 2001, Pgs: 441-462

 

        41.

        McGrew WC

        The nature of culture: Prospects and pitfalls of cultural primatology.

        TREE OF ORIGIN: WHAT PRIMATE BEHAVIOR CAN TELL US ABOUT HUMAN SOCIAL

        EVOLUTION. de Waal FBM, Editors. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Univ Press. 2001, Pgs: 229-254

 

        42.

        Muller MN; Wrangham RW

        The reproductive ecology of male hominoids.

        REPRODUCTIVE ECOLOGY AND HUMAN EVOLUTION. Ellison PT, Editors. New York: Aldine

        de Gruyter. 2001, Pgs: 397-427

 

        43.

        Nunn CL; Barton RA

        Comparative methods for studying primate adaptation and allometry.

        EVOLUTIONARY ANTHROPOLOGY. 2001. 10(3), Pgs: 81-98

 

        44.

        Plavcan JM

        Sexual dimorphism in primate evolution.

        YEARBOOK OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY. 2001. 44, Pgs: 25-53

 

        45.

        Pusey AE

        Of genes and apes: Chimpanzee social organization and reproduction.

        TREE OF ORIGIN: WHAT PRIMATE BEHAVIOR CAN TELL US ABOUT HUMAN SOCIAL

        EVOLUTION. de Waal FBM, Editors. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Univ Press. 2001, Pgs: 9-37

 

        46.

        Schuelke O

        Protection from infanticide, male resource defense, over-dispersed females and the evolution of pair-living in

        a nocturnal lemur: Phaner furcifer. [Abstract]

        ADVANCES IN ETHOLOGY. 2001. (36), Pgs: 109-110

 

        47.

        Schuelke O; Kappeler PM

        Protection from infanticide, male resource defense, over-dispersed females and the evolution of pair-living in

        a nocturnal lemur, Phaner furcifer. [Abstract]

        FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA. 2001. 72(3), Pgs: 182-183

 

        48.

        Silk JB

        Grunts, girneys, and good intentions: The origins of strategic commitment in nonhuman primates.

        EVOLUTION AND THE CAPACITY FOR COMMITMENT. Nesse RM, Editors. New York: Russell

        Sage Fdn. 2001, Pgs: 138-157

 

        49.

        Soltis J; McElreath R

        Can females gain extra paternal investment by mating with multiple males? A game theoretic approach.

        AMERICAN NATURALIST. 2001. 158(5), Pgs: 519-529

 

        50.

        Strier KB

        Reproductive ecology of New World monkeys.

        REPRODUCTIVE ECOLOGY AND HUMAN EVOLUTION. Ellison PT, Editors. New York: Aldine

        de Gruyter. 2001, Pgs: 351-367

 

        51.

        Strier KB

        Beyond the apes: Reasons to consider the entire primate order.

        TREE OF ORIGIN: WHAT PRIMATE BEHAVIOR CAN TELL US ABOUT HUMAN SOCIAL

        EVOLUTION. de Waal FBM, Editors. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Univ Press. 2001, Pgs: 69-93

 

        52.

        Thalmann U

        Food resource characteristics in two nocturnal lemurs with different social behavior: Avahi occidentalis and

        Lepilemur edwardsi.

        INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2001. 22(2), Pgs: 287-324

 

        53.

        Tullberg B; Lindenfors P

        Phylogenetic analyses of primate size evolution: The consequences of sexual selection. [Abstract]

        PRIMATE REPORT. 2001. (Sp iss 60-1), Pgs: 44-45

 

        54.

        van Schaik C

        Evolution of primate social/mating systems. [Abstract]

        PRIMATE EVOLUTION - PHYLOGENETIC, PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIOURAL

        ASPECTS. ABSTRACTS OF THE SYMPOSIUM, 6 FEBRUARY 2001, GERMAN PRIMATE

        CENTER. Goettingen: German Primate Center. 2001, Pgs: 3

 

        55.

        Whitten PL; Brockman DK

        Strepsirrhine reproductive ecology.

        REPRODUCTIVE ECOLOGY AND HUMAN EVOLUTION. Ellison PT, Editors. New York: Aldine

        de Gruyter. 2001, Pgs: 321-350

 

        56.

        Yamagiwa J

        Factors influencing the formation of ground nests by eastern lowland gorillas in Kahuzi-Biega National Park:

        Some evolutionary implications of nesting behavior.

        JOURNAL OF HUMAN EVOLUTION. 2001. 40(2), Pgs: 99-109

 

        57.

        Arcadi AC

        Vocal responsiveness in male wild chimpanzees: Implications for the evolution of language.

        JOURNAL OF HUMAN EVOLUTION. 2000. 39(2), Pgs: 205-223

 

        58.

        Barton RA

        Primate brain evolution: Cognitive demands of foraging or of social life?

        ON THE MOVE: HOW AND WHY ANIMALS TRAVEL IN GROUPS. Boinski S, Garber PA,

        Editors. Chicago: Univ Chicago Press. 2000, Pgs: 204-237

 

        59.

        Boehm C

        Conflict and the evolution of social control.

        JOURNAL OF CONSCIOUSNESS STUDIES. 2000. 7(1-2), Pgs: 79-101

 

        60.

        Boesch C; Boesch-Achermann H

        THE CHIMPANZEES OF THE TAI FOREST: BEHAVIOURAL ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION.

        New York: Oxford Univ Press. 2000, Pgs: viii, 316

 

        61.

        Brown S

        Evolutionary models of music: From sexual selection to group selection.

        PERSPECTIVES IN ETHOLOGY. 2000. 13, Pgs: 231-281

 

        62.

        Byrne RW

        Evolution of primate cognition.

        COGNITIVE SCIENCE. 2000. 24(3), Pgs: 543-570

 

        63.

        Deaner RO; Nunn CL; van Schaik CP

        Comparative tests of primate cognition: Different scaling methods produce different results.

        BRAIN, BEHAVIOR AND EVOLUTION. 2000. 55(1), Pgs: 44-52

 

        64.

        Digby L

        Infanticide by female mammals: Implications for the evolution of social systems.

        INFANTICIDE BY MALES AND ITS IMPLICATIONS. van Schaik CP, Janson CH, Editors.

        Cambridge: Cambridge Univ Press. 2000, Pgs: 423-446

 

        65.

        Dunbar R

        The evolution of the social brain. [Abstract]

        FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA. 2000. 71(5), Pgs: 359

 

        66.

        Escobar-Paramo P

        Inbreeding avoidance and the evolution of male mating strategies.

        DISSERTATION ABSTRACTS INTERNATIONAL. 2000. B60(8), Pgs: 3681

 

        67.

        Fuentes A

        The variable evolution of pairbonds in human and nonhuman primates. [Abstract]

        AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY. 2000. (Suppl 30), Pgs: 153

 

        68.

        Geissmann T

        Gibbon songs and human music from an evolutionary perspective.

        THE ORIGINS OF MUSIC. Wallin NL, Merker B, Brown S, Editors. Cambridge: MIT Press. 2000, Pgs:

        103-123

 

        69.

        Greenfield PM; Maynard AE; Boehm C; Schmidtling EY

        Cultural apprenticeship and cultural change: Tool learning and imitation in chimpanzees and humans.

        BIOLOGY, BRAINS, AND BEHAVIOR: THE EVOLUTION OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT. ST

        Parker, J Langer, ML McKinney, Editors. Santa Fe: SAR Press. 2000, Pgs: 237-277

 

        70.

        Heymann EW

        The number of adult males in callitrichine groups and its implications for callitrichine social evolution.

        PRIMATE MALES: CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF VARIATION IN GROUP

        COMPOSITION. Kappeler PM, Editors. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ Press. 2000, Pgs: 64-71

 

        71.

        Hrdy SB

        The optimal number of fathers. Evolution, demography, and history in the shaping of female mate

        preferences.

        ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES. 2000. 907, Pgs: 75-96

 

        72.

        Jahme C

        BEAUTY AND THE BEASTS: WOMAN, APE AND EVOLUTION.

        London: Virago. 2000, Pgs: x, 406

 

        73.

        Kaplan G; Rogers LJ

        THE ORANGUTANS: THEIR EVOLUTION, BEHAVIOR, AND FUTURE.

        Cambridge, MA: Perseus Publ. 2000, Pgs: vii, 191

 

        74.

        Kaplan H; Hill K; Lancaster J; Hurtado AM

        A theory of human life history evolution: Diet, intelligence, and longevity.

        EVOLUTIONARY ANTHROPOLOGY. 2000. 9(4), Pgs: 156-185

 

        75.

        Key C; Aiello LC

        A prisoner's dilemma model of the evolution of paternal care.

        FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA. 2000. 71(1-2), Pgs: 77-92

 

        76.

        Mueller AE; Thalmann U

        Evolution and origin of primate social organization. A reconstruction. [Abstract]

        AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY. 2000. (Suppl 30), Pgs: 234

 

        77.

        Mueller AE; Thalmann U

        Origin and evolution of primate social organisation: A reconstruction.

        BIOLOGICAL REVIEWS OF THE CAMBRIDGE PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. 2000. 75(3), Pgs:

        405-435

 

        78.

        Mueller TM; Kaplan HS; Gangestad SW; Lancaster JB

        Ecology, brain size and life history evolution. [Abstract]

        AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2000. 51(Suppl 1), Pgs: 75-76

 

        79.

        Muscarella F

        The evolution of homoerotic behavior in humans.

        JOURNAL OF HOMOSEXUALITY. 2000. 40(1), Pgs: 51-77

 

        80.

        Mutschler T; Nievergelt CM; Feistner ATC

        Social organization of the Alaotran gentle lemur (Hapalemur griseus alaotrensis).

        AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2000. 50(1), Pgs: 9-24

 

        81.

        Nunn CL; van Schaik CP

        Social evolution in primates: The relative roles of ecology and intersexual conflict.

        INFANTICIDE BY MALES AND ITS IMPLICATIONS. van Schaik CP, Janson CH, Editors.

        Cambridge: Cambridge Univ Press. 2000, Pgs: 388-419

 

        82.

        Palombit RA

        Infanticide and the evolution of male-female bonds in animals.

        INFANTICIDE BY MALES AND ITS IMPLICATIONS. van Schaik CP, Janson CH, Editors.

        Cambridge: Cambridge Univ Press. 2000, Pgs: 239-268

 

        83.

        Parish AR; De Waal FBM

        The other "closest living relative". How bonobos (Pan paniscus) challenge traditional assumptions about

        females, dominance, intra- and intersexual interactions, and hominid evolution.

        ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES. 2000. 907, Pgs: 97-113

 

        84.

        Paul A; Preuschoft S; van Schaik CP

        The other side of the coin: Infanticide and the evolution of affiliative male-infant interactions in Old World

        primates.

        INFANTICIDE BY MALES AND ITS IMPLICATIONS. van Schaik CP, Janson CH, Editors.

        Cambridge: Cambridge Univ Press. 2000, Pgs: 269-292

 

        85.

        Pellis SM; Iwaniuk AN

        Adult-adult play in primates: Comparative analyses of its origin, distribution and evolution.

        ETHOLOGY. 2000. 106(12), Pgs: 1083-1104

 

        86.

        Plavcan JM

        Inferring social behavior from sexual dimorphism in the fossil record.

        JOURNAL OF HUMAN EVOLUTION. 2000. 39(3), Pgs: 327-344

 

        87.

        Pope TR

        The evolution of male philopatry in neotropical monkeys.

        PRIMATE MALES: CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF VARIATION IN GROUP

        COMPOSITION. Kappeler PM, Editors. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ Press. 2000, Pgs: 219-235

 

        88.

        Read AF; Allen JE

        The economics of immunity.

        SCIENCE. 2000. 290(5494), Pgs: 1104-1105

 

        89.

        Ross C; MacLarnon A

        The evolution of non-maternal care in anthropoid primates: A test of the hypotheses.

        FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA. 2000. 71(1-2), Pgs: 93-113

 

        90.

        Swedell L

        Social interactions among female hamadryas baboons (Papio hamadryas hamadryas): Implications for the

        evolution of hamadryas baboon social organization. [Abstract]

        AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY. 2000. (Suppl 30), Pgs: 297-298

 

        91.

        Tomasello M

        Primate cognition: Introduction to the issue.

        COGNITIVE SCIENCE. 2000. 24(3), Pgs: 351-361

 

        92.

        Whitten PL

        Evolutionary endocrinology of the cercopithecoids.

        OLD WORLD MONKEYS. Whitehead PF, Jolly CJ, Editors. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ Press. 2000,

        Pgs: 269-297

 

        93.

        Zihlman AL

        THE HUMAN EVOLUTION COLORING BOOK. SECOND EDITION.

        New York: Harper Collins Publ. 2000, Pgs: [370 pp.]