ANT 323K • Primate Behavior
11:00 AM-12:00 PM
In addition to the lecture, students must also register for and attend one of the following lab sections, all of which meet in ARC 2.172: 27660-T 2-4:00; 27665-W 2-4:00; 27670-Th 2-4:00; 27675-F 2-4:00
This class surveys the social behavior of nonhuman primates, particularly the monkeys and ages. The two hours of lecture and two hours of laboratory each week are structured to produce comparative knowledge of the complexity and function of social behavior. The lab requires the student to make observations on socially living lemurs. These notes are entered into a computer file by the student. The instructor combines the class data and provides each student with a tabulation of class data that provides the data base for the lab paper.