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Prof. Susan Alberts of Duke University on social behavior of baboons and other mammals

Prof. Susan Alberts of Duke University on social behavior of baboons and other mammals

Update: 2022-02-27
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Intergenerational effects of early adversity on survival in wild baboons, Social bonds, social status and survival in wild baboons: a tale of two sexes, Better baboon break-ups: collective decision theory of complex social network fissions, Maternal death and offspring fitness in multiple wild primates, Better baboon break-ups: collective decision theory of complex social network fissions, and Glucocorticoid exposure predicts survival in female baboons  


Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Susan Alberts is Professor of Biology and chair of the Evolutionary Anthropology department at Duke University. She studies the behavior, ecology, physiology, and genetics of wild populations of large mammals.  


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Prof. Susan Alberts of Duke University on social behavior of baboons and other mammals

Prof. Susan Alberts of Duke University on social behavior of baboons and other mammals

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