GU4370: Parenting Like A Primate | A. Morales

Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology
Undergraduate and Graduate Lecture
Tu Th 10:10-11:25AM

Humans, like other animals, have evolved strategies of parental care, which include traits and trade-offs that enhance development and survival of offspring at the expense of parents. This course addresses questions such as: Why do we care for offspring? What physiological and genetic mechanisms underlie parental behavior? What drives variation in parental care strategies? We will analyze the diverse array of social and mating systems along with parental care strategies, focusing on primates including humans.

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