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Lecture 8

ANTB22H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Estrous Cycle, Inequity Aversion, Francine Patterson


Department
Anthropology
Course Code
ANTB22H3
Professor
Joyce Parga
Lecture
8

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Mar.3.11
Lecture 8 BLUE FONT Communication and Cognition
FINAL EXAM APRIL 29TH SW 309 2-5PM CUMULATIVE
MIDTERM 2
M/C 50 Questions
Short answer
Fill in the blanks
Some questions found ONLY in the textbook!
Same format as last midterm
SLIDE MODES OF PRIMATE COMMUNICATION:
Courtship contact
Aggression
Physical reconciliation
Pic of homadraysas bamboo neck -biting the female
Chimps kiss on the mouth open and closed
SLIDE MODES OF PRIMATE COMMUNICATION 2:
Scent-marking
Urine washing
SLIDE MODES OF PRIMATE COMMUNICATION 3:
Male gential grooming of females
may provide information about estrus and whether she has mated
SLIDE 4
Scent-marking
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Displays
potential for deception
SLIDE MODES OF PRIMATE COMMUNICATION 4:
Scent-marking
Displays
potential for deception
SLIDE MODES OF PRIMATE COMMUNICATION 5:
Aggressive vocalizations or sounds
e.g. chest beating in gorillas
SLIDE MODES OF PRIMATE COMMUNICATION 6:
Contact calls (to maintain troop cohesion)- ring tailed lemurs meow like a cat
Long calls (loud calls)- often given by males gibbons and siamangs loud call
Advertisements (mate attraction)
Territoriality (helps in group spacing)
SLIDE COGNITION:
Apes out-perform monkeys and prosimians
SLIDE TOOLS AS WEAPONS:
Capuchin monkeys throwing sticks or branches as weapons
SLIDE TOOL USE FOR FOOD:
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