|Title:||Behavioral Flexibility in Primates: Causes and Consequences|
|Authors:||CLARA, B. JONES|
Russell H. Tuttle
|Publisher:||Springer Science+Business Media, Inc.|
|Description:||The primary goal of the present volume is to incorporate the extensive literature on behavioral ﬂexibility in evolutionary biology and behavioral ecology into the canon of primatology in order to advance the Hamiltonian uniﬁcation program within the Primate Order. My own conceptual frame- work, however, emphasizes the importance not only of optimization of genetic beneﬁts but also of beneﬁts to the phenotype,reﬂectingWest-Eberhard’s (2003) notion of the phenotype as a “bridge” between genotype and environment.|
|Appears in Collections:||Public Administration & Development Management|
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