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Theoretical Primatology Project (TPP): Mission Statement
The purpose of the TPP is to advance and to disseminate knowledge of theoretical primatology, non-mathematical and, especially, mathematical, and other topics related to evolutionary primatology in order to advance the conceptual unification of primatology and the other biological sciences.  TPP conceives its purpose broadly to cover research utilizing mathematical, including graphical and comparative, methods, formal logic, or computer simulation.

On TPP's Web Site:
On this web site you will find the penultimate TPP Newsletter and other archived issues, a links page (to people, places, college programs, miscellaneous links, and so forth), a research page containing both articles and synopses of research projects, and further information about TPP (including the bylaws).

The TPP Newsletter
To subscribe to the TPP Newletter and receive the latest issue in advance of its posting on this web site send your email to TPP's director.

The posted issues can be found at the archived newletters Web page.

Disclaimer & Official Notices
1.  The material on this web site, inclusive of all web pages linked from this home page and interlinked within the site, is copyrighted by the Theoretical Primatology Project (TPP), unless otherwise noted on a particular page. All material on this web site is affirmed to be proprietary to TPP, or in the public domain, or else is acceptable to display because permission from the valid copyright holder has been obtained. If any material is deemed to be owned or under the control of someone or some corporate entity other than TPP, or otherwise is deemed to be in violation of copyright, then please notify the TPP director. All copyright issues will be addressed in a timely manner.

2.  A single copy of material on this webpage may be reproduced or used exclusively for educational or personal purposes.  Permissions to reproduce in bulk or for other reasons may be directed to Director, TPP, < to use TPP>.

3.  TPP is grateful to Dr. Robert W. Williams for designing and constructing its website.  Clara B. Jones, TPP Director, provided non-technical input.

4.  If you would like to make a monetary contribution to the production costs of the TPP Website, including the TPP Newsletter, gifts of any amount will be gratefully received. Please contact:
     Dr. Clara B. Jones
     Director, Theoretical Primatology Project (TPP)
     Editor, TPP Newsletter
     Department of Psychology
     Fayetteville State University
     1200 Murchison Road
     Fayetteville, NC 28301, U.S.A.

Please make checks payable to "Theoretical Primatology Project". Each contribution will be generously acknowledged.

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