Developments in Primate Gesture Research

Editors
| Max Planck Institute for Ornithology
| Freie Universität Berlin, University of Portsmouth & Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
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The book is a themed, mutually referenced collection of articles from a very high-powered set of authors based on the workshop on “Current developments in non-human primate gesture research”, which was held in July 2010 at the European University Viadrina, Frankfurt (Oder), Germany. The motivation for this book – following on from the motivation for the workshop series – was to present the state of the art in non-human primate gesture research with a special emphasis on its history, interdisciplinary perspectives, developments and future directions. This book provides, for the first time in a single volume, the most recent work on comparative gestural signaling by many of the major scholars in the field, such as W.D. Hopkins, D. Leavens, T. Racine, J. van Hooff, and S. Wilcox (in alphabetical order).
[Gesture Studies, 6]  2012.  xiii, 256 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
ix–x
About the contributors
xi–xiv
Introduction: Developments in primate gesture research
Simone Pika and Katja Liebal
1–12
Article
Facial-vocal displays, gestures and language
Jan A.R.A.M. van Hooff
13–32
Research Studies
Does ontogenetic ritualization explain early communicative gestures in human infants?
Paula Marentette and Elena Nicoladis
33–54
Non-human primates
A mother gorilla’s variable use of touch to guide her infant: Insights into iconicity and the relationship between gesture and action
Marcus Perlman, Joanne E. Tanner and Barbara J. King
55–72
Spontaneous use of gesture sequences in orangutans: A case for strategy?
Sebastian Tempelmann and Katja Liebal
73–92
Handedness for manual gestures in great apes: A meta-analysis
William D. Hopkins, Simone Pika, Katja Liebal, Amanda Bania, Adrien Meguerditchian, Molly Gardner and Steven J. Schapiro
93–112
Mandrill visual gestures: A round-the-world study of the largest of all monkeys
Mark E. Laidre
113–128
Gesture use in consortship: Wild chimpanzees’ use of gesture for an ‘evolutionarily urgent’ purpose
Catherine Hobaiter and Richard W. Byrne
129–146
New trends and debates
A call for conformity: Gesture studies in human and non-human primates
Nicole M. Scott and Simone Pika
147–164
Cognitivism, adaptationism and pointing
Timothy P. Racine
165–180
Pointing: Contexts and instrumentality
David A. Leavens
181–198
Requesting behaviours within episodes of active sharing: A new look on chimpanzee signalling
Ray Wilkinson, Ivan Leudar and Simone Pika
199–222
Article
Hands and faces: Linking human language and non-human primate communication
Sherman Wilcox
223–240
Where next?
Katja Liebal and Simone Pika
241–252
Index
253–256
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Subjects
BIC Subject: PSVP – Animal behaviour
BISAC Subject: SCI070050 – SCIENCE / Life Sciences / Zoology / Primatology
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2011050944