The Nature of Play: Great Apes and Humans
"Comprehensive and up to date, this tightly edited volume belongs on the desks of researchers and students in developmental psychology, comparative psychology, animal behavior, and evolutionary psychology, and will also be of interest to anthropologists. It is a richly informative text for advanced undergraduate- and graduate-level courses."--BOOK JACKET.
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Play in Great Apes and Humans
The Role of Play in the Evolution of Great Apes and Humans
Social Play in the Great Apes
RoughandTumble Social Play in Humans
Studies in Nature and Captivity
Boys and Girls Uses of Objects for Exploration Play and Tools
Fantasy Play In Apes
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