PSYC 339 Field Course Primate Behavior
This course provides students with an understanding of primate behavior and conservation in a field setting. It will be conducted at El Zota Field Station in Costa Rica. Students will learn field techniques in primate behavior and ecology, and design and carry out their own independent research projects. Lecture topics will cover the behavior and ecology of Old and New World primates from an evolutionary perspective. Select lecture topics include primate sociality, feeding ecology, mating systems, and conservation. Enrollment is limited (25 students maximum) and additional costs apply. Offered Summer only.
Cross-listed as ANTH 339.
Prerequisite: ANTH 130.
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