The howling monkeys of Barro Colorado Island are especially attractive to social psychologists because their natural social life is protected from the destruction that hunters have delivered to their mainland brothers and sisters. Since being made wards of the Smithsonian Institution early in the 20th Century, the BCI howlers have been protected from the whims of fortune and the attacks of human Panamanians. This chapter is partly a report of my observations of howlers in the summer of 1959, when I was part of a field research expedition headed by Professor C. Ray Carpenter of Penn State University, and partly a broad review of the research literature on the social life of howlers and other nonhuman primates up to the early 1970s.
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Alan Elms: Personality in Psychobiography Interviewed by Kate Isaacson for the psychohistorical journal Clio’s Psyche Alan Elms was born in 1938 in Texas, and grew up in Arkansas, California, and Kentucky. He received a BA in psychology from Pennsylvania State University in 1960 and earned his PhD in personality and social psychology at Yale University […]
Born in Texas. Moved to Arkansas. Moved a lot. Found paradise in San Diego. Lost it back in Ark., where Pa tried farming one more time. His son the fan dreamed s-f dreams of saving universe plus being famous writer. Dreamed more than wrote. Discovered Elvis, sex, and modern verse. Ran rats, read Freud. Last […]
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Address and Telephone: Department of Psychology University of California One Shields Avenue Davis, California 95616-8686 Phone: (530) 902-0194 Fax: (530) 752-2087 e-mail address: email@example.com Undergraduate Training B. A. The Pennsylvania State University, 1960. Major in psychology. National Merit Scholar, 1956-1960; Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi honorary societies; graduated with highest honors. Graduate Training […]