Links to primate stuff

Always check out "What's New?" at the Primate Info Net (WRPRC).

  1. chimp hunting behavior
  2. Jane Goodall's career (feature in Salon magazine, 3/23/99)

  3. AIDS from chimps?(Feb 02, 1999)
  4. review of research on primate emotions (The Scientist, May 11, 1998)

  5. CNN interview with deWaal on bonobos (5/01/98)

  6. Koko on-line (transcript)

  7. Yerkes Lab at Emory
  8. Demonic Males Chapter One of "Demonic Males: Apes and the Origins of Human Violence," by Richard Wrangham and Dale Peterson. Wrangham was a student at Gombe and uses examples from Gombe chimps in the book; Peterson is also the co-author (with Jane Goodall) of "Visions of Caliban." Warning -- only chapter One is online.

  9. on the origins of culture

  10. on dogs and the shrunken domestic human brain
  11. Chimps (Science, Aug. 9, 1997: Limber's ID needed)

  12. Suckling gorilla (image)

  13. Evolution of human body/brain size (Science, May, 1997)

  14. The origin of animal body plans (In the American Scientist, 4/97)

  15. Human evolution notes from University of Illinois

  16. Personal history of a complete achromat (What's it like to have no color receptors? Excerpts from Knut Nordby's autobiography)

  17. On gorilla conservation from CNN


  18. Primate Enrichment page (with bibliography)

  19. Template Atlas of the Primate Brain
  20. Links to evolution pages (good & bad)

  21. National Child Development Database

  22. Non-human primate theory of mind research paper (Heyes critique of much recent chimp cognition research)


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