Bonding, biophilia, biosynergy, and the future of primates in the wild.

@article{Rose2011BondingBB,
  title={Bonding, biophilia, biosynergy, and the future of primates in the wild.},
  author={Anthony L Rose},
  journal={American journal of primatology},
  year={2011},
  volume={73 3},
  pages={245-52}
}
Human and nonhuman primates bond with one another in countless ways, and the results are varied and vital to the individuals and species involved. The manifesto that is the basis for the collection of essays in which this commentary is included proposes that the "human/nonhuman bonds that arise in primatological research and practice deserve and demand study and research." An essential corollary of this proposal is that the primatologists themselves must be studied. The aim of this essay is to… CONTINUE READING

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The manifesto that is the basis for the collection of essays in which this commentary is included proposes that the " human / nonhuman bonds that arise in primatological research and practice deserve and demand study and research . "
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