The Biology of Traditions

Models and Evidence

The Biology of Traditions
  • Edited by Dorothy M. Fragaszy


    Edited by Susan Perry

  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press

    Online Publication Date:October 2009

    Online ISBN:9780511584022

    Hardback ISBN:9780521815970

    Paperback ISBN:9780521087308

  • Book DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/CBO9780511584022

    Subjects: Zoology , Animal behaviour

In exploring socially-maintained behavioral traditions in animals other than humans, this study treats traditions as biological phenomena amenable to comparative evaluation in the same way as other biological phenomena. Concerned with how widely shared features of social life and learning abilities can lead to traditions in many species, it differs from other books in its emphasis on explicit evaluation of alternative theories and methods, and in the breadth of species covered. It is essential reading for students and researchers in animal behavior, anthropology and psychology.


 Reviews:

"Fragaszy and Perry have generated a book that is likely to reward any scientist--and certainly any behavioral scientist --interested in the nature of evidence and in relationships between appearance and reality." BioScience

"I found this book a fascinating and stimulating read. These are exciting times in the study of marine mammal behaviour, and I sincerely hope this volume will stimulate more research on this fascinating topic in our own field." Aquatic Mammals, Luke Rendell

"... A rich and comprehensive volume, grounded in traditional ethology, that offers a timely complement to a library of volumes on social learning in animals. Fragaszy and Perry have assembled some interesting and provocative contributions from some of the leading researchers in the field of social learning. Ethology

Review of the hardback: '… a rich and comprehensive volume, grounded in traditional ethology, that offers a timely complement to a library of volumes on social learning in animals. Fragaszy and Perry have assembled interesting and provocative contributions from some of the leading researchers in the field of social learning … we heartily recommend this book … much of the material in this book, and especially the first and last chapters, would be of value to any researcher working in the field.' Blackwell Verlag

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