Sociobiology is a synthesis of scientific disciplines which attempts to explain social behavior in animal species by considering the Darwinian advantages specific behaviors may have. It is often considered a branch of biology and sociology, but also draws from ethology, anthropology, evolution, zoology, archaeology, population genetics and other disciplines. Within the study of human societies, sociobiology is closely related to the fields of human behavioral ecology and evolutionary psychology.
Description: Mimeographed copy of 44 lectures in Anthropology 369, Geography 369, Health Education 369, Physiology 369, Sociology 369, Veterinary Science 369, and Zoology 369
Supplemental catalog subcollection information: American Libraries Collection; Historical Literature; Proceedings of a NATO Advanced Study Institute of Somatic Cell Genetics, held May 31-June 12, 1981, in Algarve, Portugal--Verso title page; Includes bibl
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Hybrid conference report, Report, Comptes rendus, Verhandlungen, Atti; Issued by the Congress under its earlier or variant names: 1899, International Conference on Hybridisation (the Cross-Breeding of Species) and on the Cross-Breeding of Varieties; 1902, International Conference on Plant Breeding and Hybridization; 1906, International Conference on Genetics; 1939, International Genetica l Conference; Hybrid conference report; Caryologia Supplement; Zeitschrift für Verer...
Includes bibliographical references and index; Vol. 1 -- Abstracts ; Vol. 2 -- Reports, records and plenary sessions, symposia 1-13 ; Vol. 3 -- Symposia 14-25, list of members, index of authors; Atwood Gift 1996