Building babies

Primate development in proximate and ultimate perspective

Kathryn B H Clancy, Katie Hinde, Julienne N. Rutherford

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Abstract

The ontogeny of each individual contributes to the physical, physiological, cognitive, neurobiological, and behavioral capacity to manage the complex social relationships and diverse foraging tasks that characterize the primate order. For these reasons Building Babies explores the dynamic multigenerational processes of primate development. The book is organized thematically along the developmental trajectory:conception, pregnancy, lactation, the mother-infant dyad, broader social relationships, and transitions to independence. In this volume, the authors showcase the myriad approaches to understanding primate developmental trajectories from both proximate and ultimate perspectives. These collected chapters provide insights from experimental manipulations in captive settings to long-term observations of wild-living populations and consider levels of analysis from molecule to organism to social group to taxon. Strepsirrhines, New World monkeys, Old World monkeys, apes, and humans are all well-represented. Contributions by anthropologists, microbiologists, psychologists, population geneticists, and other primate experts provide Building Babies a uniquely diverse voice. Building Babies features multi- and trans-disciplinary research approaches to primate developmental trajectories and is particularly useful for researchers and instructors in anthropology, animal behavior, psychology, and evolutionary biology. This book also serves as a supplement to upper-level undergraduate courses or graduate seminars on primate life history and development. In these contexts, the book provides exposure to a wide range of methodological and theoretical perspectives on developmental trajectories and models how researchers might productively integrate such approaches into their own work.

Original languageEnglish (US)
PublisherSpringer New York
Number of pages531
ISBN (Electronic)9781461440604
ISBN (Print)9781461440598
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 2013

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Primates
Trajectories
Research Personnel
Platyrrhini
Cercopithecidae
Psychology
Animal Behavior
Anthropology
Hominidae
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Lactation
Population
Animals
Mothers
Pregnancy
Molecules
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  • Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology(all)

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Building babies : Primate development in proximate and ultimate perspective. / Clancy, Kathryn B H; Hinde, Katie; Rutherford, Julienne N.

Springer New York, 2013. 531 p.

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Clancy, Kathryn B H ; Hinde, Katie ; Rutherford, Julienne N. / Building babies : Primate development in proximate and ultimate perspective. Springer New York, 2013. 531 p.
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