From the reviews:
“The Audio-Visual Encyclopedia is a concept created by Toshisada Nishida and his colleagues with the objective of providing video footage for ‘an exhaustive listing of behavioral patterns’. … The ambitious format that he and his colleagues have pioneered in Chimpanzee Behavior in the Wild will be enormously stimulating to researchers on chimpanzees, students of primate behavior in general, and theorists about human evolution, and it provides a resource for teaching that no primatologist will want to miss.” (Richard Wrangham, Primates, Vol. 52, 2011)
“This book is the first systematic attempt to comprehensively describe chimpanzee behaviour and document it by use of audio-visual material … . this volume has to be very strongly recommended to anyone interested in chimpanzee behaviour. This book is a landmark in documenting what we know about the chimpanzee ethogram to date, and will be of considerable use to not only chimpologists, but all primatologists, animal behaviourists, anthropologists, zoo-keepers, teachers, students, and perhaps inform those working on the next Planet of the Apes sequel too!” (Anna Roberts, Primate Eye, February, 2012)
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About the Author
R. Wayne Davies, IBLS, Division of Molecular Genetics, University of Glasgow. Brian J. Morris, IBLS, Division of Neuroscience and Biomedical Systems, University of Glasgow.