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Anthropology 128P: Primate Behavior Nonhuman to Human

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About This Guide

This guide serves as a starting point for students in Anthropology 128: Primate Behavior. It contains information on selected resources from the UCLA collections, as well as provides links to materials that are freely accessible elsewhere. This guide provides information on both print and electronic resources, as well as materials in other formats (e.g., microforms, films, images, etc.). (Please note that off-campus access to licensed resources requires user authentication through the proxy server.)

Note: If you have any suggestions or recommendations for this guide, please feel free to email me or leave a comment on any of the boxes in this guide.

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