Sex hormones and behavior in nonhuman primates

a bibliography 1970-1980. by Jean Balch Williams

Publisher: Primate Information Center, Regional Primate Research Center, University of Washington in Seattle, Wash

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  • Primates -- Behavior -- Bibliography,
  • Hormones, Sex,
  • Primates -- Bibliography,
  • Sexual Behavior, Animal -- Bibliography,
  • Gonadal Steroid Hormones -- Bibliography

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After studying the primates for his book Bonobo: The Forgotten Ape, primatologist Frans de Waal, a professor of psychology at Emory University in Atlanta, says that such expressions of intimacy are consistent with the homosexual behaviour of what he terms "the erotic champions of the world." "Same-sex, opposite-sex — bonobos just love sex. Description. The Biological Basis of Human Behavior is a collection of recent studies on the biological basis of human behavior. It combines the history of human behavior and evolution in a wide variety of cultures and the study of our nearest living relatives, the non-human bility: This title is out of print.   In rodents and nonhuman primates, these behavioral sex differences result, in part, from sex differences in androgens during early development. Girls exposed to high levels of androgen prenatally, because of the genetic disorder congenital adrenal hyperplasia, show increased male-typical play, suggesting similar hormonal influences on human Cited by: Selection in Relation to Sex, published in Within days of finishing the page proofs for this book, he began work on his final book concerning humans, The Expression of the Emotions in Man and behavior of nonhuman primates played a role in this renaissance. Thus, it seemed fitting, on the bicen-.

Animal sexual behaviour takes many different forms, including within the same mating or reproductively motivated systems include monogamy, polygyny, polyandry, polygamy and sexual behaviour may be reproductively motivated (e.g. sex apparently due to duress or coercion and situational sexual behaviour) or non-reproductively motivated (e.g. interspecific. As illustrated schematically in Fig. 1A, some sex differences are so dramatic that the traits that are exhibited by males and females do not look the “qualitative differences” are exemplified by sexual behavior in the rat. During sexual interactions, the female exhibits lordosis behavior (dorsoflexion of the back with lateral diversion of the tail), and the male exhibits Cited by:   Postnatal development is a period where individuals’ interactions with their environments can have lifelong influences on health and wellbeing, an extension of the “Fetal Origins of Health and Disease” concept ().The brain is uniquely sensitive to the effects of gonadal hormones prior to the completion of puberty, with long-term ramifications on later behavior ().Cited by: 8. Understanding the Genetic Construction of Behavior, Ralph J. Greenspan. Evolution of Humans May at Last Be Faltering, William K. Stevens. The Taxonomy and Evolution of Primates, Robert W. Sussman.

nonhuman primates (Jensen et al, ; Proctor et al, ). It involves two players deciding how to split a given monetary endowment. In the first stage of the game, player 1 – the proposer – sends an offer to player 2 – the responder – on how to split the endowment. Our closest living kin, primates share a recent ancestry. BY studying nonhuman primates offers us information to our own evolutionary past; Anthropologists also want to know how the forces of natural selection and sexual selection molded our ancestors after . This course is Part 2 of a two semester core curriculum in biological anthropology. Part 1 is NOT a prerequisite, however. Topics covered will include grouping patterns, reproductive strategies and mating systems, socioecology, cooperation, sex differences in behavior, genomics, population genetics, and evolutionary genetic theory in relation to human and nonhuman tion: Department Chair And Professor. Culture: Culture is the learned behavior and set of rules shared by members of a society. Culture includes three types of knowledge: science and technology, arts and beliefs, and socialization (1; p. 32 and 3; 6/17/98). While free-ranging nonhuman primates possess certain aspects of .

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Hormones and Social Behavior in Primates Article in Evolutionary Anthropology Issues News and Reviews 19(2) - 78 March with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Abstract. Hormones are often regarded as one independent variable responsible for the behavior (the dependent variable) of an individual. Hormones are seen as the physiological mechanism underlying behavior and are treated as a “cause” of certain behavioral patterns—“behavioral patterns,” because hormonal levels are not viewed as stimuli that release specific fixed action patterns Cited by: This critical review of behavior patterns in nonhuman primates is an excellent study of the importance of female roles in different social groups and their significance in the evolution of human social life.

"A book that properly illuminates in rich detail not only developmental and socioecological aspects of primate behavior but also how and why certain questions are asked. In addition, the. Purchase Hormones, Brain and Behavior - 3rd Edition.

Print Book & E-Book. ISBNThis chapter focuses on the differentiation of somatic sex and other differentiation processes. The genetic or chromosomal sex is completed with the fusion of the germ cells. Behavior Changes in Nonhuman Primates and Men. Book chapter Full text access.

Hormones and Embryonic Development investigates various aspects of hormones and. Hormones, Brain, and Behavior Second Edition Sex hormones and behavior in nonhuman primates book a comprehensive work discussing the effect of hormones on the brain and, subsequently, behavior.

This major reference work has chapters covering a broad range of topics with an extensive discussion of the effects of hormones on insects, fish, amphibians, birds, rodents, and humans.

To truly understand all aspects of our behavior, we must take. The behavior may be passed down like culture among humans. Chimpanzees are the only nonhuman animal species known to make and use a wide range of. 15 Hormones and Behavior this pattern is seen in a number of other species including nonhuman primates, rats, and dogs.

Because of these complexities in the factors influencing human behavior, the study of hormonal effects on sex-differentiated behavior has been pursued in nonhuman animals, for which environmental influences can be held.

Welcome to the Primate Reproductive Ecology and Evolution group at NYU. We study the evolutionary and behavioral ecology of nonhuman primates, with a focus on sexual selection, reproduction, and communication.

Field endocrinology of nonhuman primates and humans. Hormones and. Androgens in Prenatal Development: Behavior Changes in Nonhuman Primates and Men. the probability increases that female behavior will occur after exposure to female sex hormones in adulthood.

This relationship of hormones and behavior is independent of the genetic sex, i. e., it can be experimentally produced contrary to the animal's Cited by: 5. In: Steklis HD, Kling AS (eds) Hormones, drugs, and social behavior in primates.

Spectrum Publications, New York Google Scholar Cowlishaw G, Dunbar RIM () Dominance rank and mating success in male by: 6.

Sex differences in response to childrenÕ s toys in nonhuman primates (Cer copithecus aethiops sabaeus) Gerianne M. Alexander a,b, *, Melissa Hines a,c aUniversity of California, Los Angeles, USA bTexas A & M University, College Station, USA cCity University, London, UK Receipt of original submission 8 January ; Receipt of final revision 2 June Humans are the only animal species to demonstrate same-sex sexual activity.

Biological factors alone can account for the diversity of sexual responses, preferences, and customs observed in society. There is no relationship whatsoever between exposure to prenatal hormones and sexual orientation.

Although menopause is a phenomenon predominantly studied in humans or laboratory animals, this chapter discussed the case of nonhuman primates (NHPs), not only with the objective of employing them as study models but also to better understand phylogenetic divergence among species.

Those taxonomic differences are reflected in reproductive processes that may be similar to those of human beings Author: María de Jesús Rovirosa-Hernández, Marisela Hernández González, Miguel Ángel Guevara-Pérez, Francisc.

Keywords hormonal contraceptives, birth control, nonhuman primates, exogenous hormones, behavior, preferences Introduction The hormonal contraceptive (HC) pill was first introduced in the United States in the early 's (Dugdale and Masi, ) and has since become a popular and effective method of avoiding unintended by: Sexual motivation is influenced by hormones such as testosterone, estrogen, progesterone, oxytocin, and most mammalian species, sex hormones control the ability to engage in sexual behaviors.

However, sex hormones do not directly regulate the ability to copulate in primates (including humans). Rather, sex hormones in primates are only one influence on the motivation to engage in. Chapter 58 Sexual Differentiation of Behavior in Nonhuman Primates Kim Wallen.

Chapter 59 Gonadal Hormones and Sexual Differentiation of Human Brain and Behavior Melissa Hines. Chapter 60 The Biology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Eric Vilain.

Chapter 61 Development of the Stress Axis: Maternal and Environmental Influences Cheryl. Acquisition of innovative cultural behaviors in nonhuman primates: A case study of stone handling, a socially transmitted behavior in Japanese macaques.

In Social learning in animals: The roots of culture, edited by B. Galef, Jr., and C. Heyes, pp. eBook details Authors: Donald W. Pfaff, Marian Joels File Size: 55 MB Format: PDF Length: pages Publisher: Academic Press Publication Date: December 5, Language: English ISBN ISBNSex differences in response to children’s toys in nonhuman primates (Cercopithecus aethiops sabaeus) Gerianne M.

Alexandera,b,*, (a picture book and a stuffed dog) was comparable in male influences of hormones on human play behavior are not universally accepted.

Primate paradigms: sex roles and social bonds. This critical review of behavior patterns in nonhuman primates is a study of the importance of female roles in different social groups and their significance in the evolution of human social life. Fertility & virility: hormones and the development of sex differences in behavior.

The 2e of the gold standard text in the field, Nonhuman Primates in Biomedical Research provides a comprehensive, up-to-date review of the use of nonhuman primates in biomedical research. The Diseases volume provides thorough reviews of naturally occurring diseases of nonhuman primates, with a section on biomedical models reviewing contemporary nonhuman primate models of human diseases.

Characterization of oxytocin receptors in the nonhuman primate brain. BS, Biology, (French Language & Literature scientific method, endocrinology, biology, sex & gender, psychobiology, hormones & behavior, evolution.

Research Interests. social behavior, autism, attachment, neuroscience, receptor pharmacology, oxytocin, vasopressin, hormones. Abstract: Self-injurious behavior (SIB) remains a severe and intractable abnormal behavior for nonhuman primates in diverse settings and is a significant concern for veterinarians and behavioral scientists.

To date, no single pharmacological, behavioral, social, or environmental intervention method has emerged as a reliable permanent cure for. Anxiety and depression during natural or surgical menopause of nonhuman primates The decrease in ovarian hormones during natural and surgical menopause is associated with a higher incidence of psychiatric disorders, such as anxiety and depression in vulnerable women, where the decrease of hormones—principally E2 and P4—can induce neural.

Homosexual behavior in animals is sexual behavior among non-human species that is interpreted as homosexual or may include same-sex sexual activity, courtship, affection, pair bonding, and parenting among same-sex animal pairs.

Various forms of this are found in every major geographic region and every major animal group. Get this from a library. Motherhood in human and nonhuman primates: biosocial determinants. [C R Pryce; R D Martin; D Skuse;] -- Within the disciplines of anthropology, medicine, psychology and zoology, the primate mother-infant relationship has been studied extensively in terms of either its evolution, adaptive function.

Social Structure. Most primates, including humans, spend their lives in large social groups or communities. In the case of semi-terrestrial species, such as baboons, being in a large community helps provide protection against predatory cats, dogs, and hyenas.

It also helps protect scarce food resources. In males hormones play a role - but at least in guinea pigs, do not account for the level of the reproductive behavior (sex drive).

In most species, females are unwilling to engage in sex except during estrus (period when the female is ovulating and sex hormones are high). James Higham Associate Professor [email protected] 25 Waverly Place Room New York, NY Phone: () Office Hours: On leave Spring Personal Homepage.

Sex differences in behavior exist in nonhuman primates, as well as in humans, and these are also used by sociobiological theory. However, just as in human societies, sex differences in behavior vary from group to group, even within the same species.

For example, hamadryas baboons on open plains show aggression and male dominance, while in a forest.External factors also influence prenatal sexual development. These factors may include drugs such as synthetic sex hormones. After birth, social factors further influence the development of the brain and adult sexual behavior, to judge from experimental studies in nonhuman primates.Prenatal hormones an insignificant contributor to male brain structure.

ead, Ph.D. Journal of Human Sexuality () The work of (Phoenix, Goy, Gerall, & Young, ) and later supporting research, has been taken as evidence that the male brain is prenatally masculinised by testosterone, but only activated to full heterosexual orientation at puberty.