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Reginella, Sister M. Olivia – American Biology Teacher, 1976
Describes two undergraduate courses in primate behavior, which emphasize hierarchy status, learning communications systems, social behavior, and ecological relationships of primates. Included is an extensive listing of resources for primate behavior. (SL)
Descriptors: Biology, College Science, Higher Education, Primatology
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Edelman, Murray S.; Omark, Donald R. – Social Science Information, 1973
This study uses the ethological approach of seeking species characteristics and phylogenetic continuities in an investigation of human behavior. Among primates a striking consistency is the presence of some form of dominance hierarchy in many species. The present study examines peer group dominance hierarchies as they are perceived by children in…
Descriptors: Aggression, Animal Behavior, Behavior, Group Behavior
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Plooij, Frans X.; And Others – American Behavioral Scientist, 1990
Describes two studies involving chimpanzee mother-infant pairs in Tanzania between 1980 and 1987 that implemented control theory concepts. The first identified behavioral development in infant chimps; the second observed the growth of independence and parenting patterns. Concludes that the hierarchy of controlled variables develops consecutively…
Descriptors: Behavior Theories, Behavioral Science Research, Child Rearing, Ethology
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Haraway, Donna – Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 1978
Theories of animal and human society based on sex and reproduction have been powerful in legitimating beliefs in the natural necessity of aggression, competition, and hierarchy. Feminists attempting to answer this bias are caught in a political-scientific struggle to formulate and articulate adequate biosocial theories. (Author/KR)
Descriptors: Behavior Theories, Evolution, Feminism, Political Influences
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Zivin, Gail – Child Development, 1977
This report uses data from videotaped naturalistic interactions and peers' hierarchy rankings of 23 4- to 5-year-olds and 26 7- to 10-year-olds to examine changes in children's use of facial gestures which resemble the dominance-related threat stares of primates. (Author/JMB)
Descriptors: Age Differences, Early Childhood Education, Elementary School Students, Facial Expressions
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Sylwester, Robert – Educational Leadership, 1997
Recent primate studies suggest that fluctuations in the neurotransmitter serotonin help regulate our level of self-esteem and place within the social hierarchy. The serotonin system helps us cope psychologically in a bad social situation. The best support for a serotonin deficiency is probably the natural system of positive social feedback evolved…
Descriptors: Aggression, Classroom Environment, Elementary Secondary Education, Feedback
Omark, Donald R.; Edelman, Murray S. – 1969
The ethological approach may become an important methodology in the developmental studies of children. The ethological approach takes into consideration the total world of the child, social and cognitive, when the child's development in that world is analyzed. Information can be obtained both from studies of other primates (for example, the study…
Descriptors: Adjustment (to Environment), Animal Behavior, Behavior Development, Biological Influences