Department of Anthropology
UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO
THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK

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Carol M. Berman

Professor
Ph.D., Cambridge University, 1978

Office: Spaulding Bldg 6, Room 165
Phone: (716) 645-0429
Email: cberman@buffalo.edu

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Tuesday 2:00 - 4:00

Research Interests

Primate behavioral ecology, social structure, social development and conflict management

Selected Publications

B. Chapais and C. M. Berman.  KINSHIP AND BEHAVIOR IN PRIMATES. Oxford University Press, New York, 520 pp., 2004.

C.M. Berman. Developmental Aspects of Kin Bias. In: KINSHIP AND BEHAVIOR IN PRIMATES. Edited by B. Chapais and C.M. Berman, Oxford University Press, New York, pp. 317-346, 2004.

C.M. Berman, C.S. Ionica and J-H Li. Dominance style among Tibetan macaques (Macaca thibetana) on Mt Huangshan, China. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY, 25(6): 1283-1312, 2004.

C.M. Berman, C.S. Ionica, M. Dorner and J-H Li. Post-conflict affiliation between former opponents in Macaca thibetana: For males only? INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY, 27: 827-854, 2006.

C.M. Berman, J-H Li, H. Ogawa, C.S. Ionica and H. Yin. Primate tourism and infant risk among Macaca thibetana at Mt. Huangshan, China. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY, 28:1123-1141, 2007.

C.M. Berman, C.S. Ionica and J-H Li. Male tolerance and support among male Tibetan macaques (Macaca thibetana) on Mt Huangshan, China. BEHAVIOUR, 144: 631-661, 2007.

C.M. Berman, H. Ogawa, C.S. Ionica, H. Yin and J-H Li. Variation in  kin bias over time in a group of Tibetan macaques at Huangshan: contest competition, time constraints or stress response?, BEHAVIOUR, in press, 2008.

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