Bridging Gaps Between Experimental and Naturalistic Approaches in the Study of Primate Behavior

Abstract

Experimental approaches are a mainstay in the study of primate behavior and functional morphology, particularly those conducted in the laboratory setting where researchers can employ a myriad of sophisticated techniques to precisely and accurately document locomotion (Demes et al. 1994, 2001; Larson and Stern 1989; Schmitt and Larson 1995; Schmidt 2005… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10764-008-9310-5

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