Professor Emeritus
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Dr. Paul Garber

Contact Information

Department of Anthropology
607 S Mathews Ave.
M/C 148
Urbana, IL 61801

Selected Publications

Books

Garber, Paul Alan, Marilyn Norconk, and Alfred Rosenberger ADAPTIVE RADIATIONS OF NEOTROPICAL PRIMATES New York Plenum Press 1996.
Boinksi, Sue ON THE MOVE: HOW AND WHY ANIMALS TRAVEL IN GROUPS CHICAGO University of Chicago Press 2000.
Estrada, Alejandro NEW PERSPECTIVES IN THE STUDY OF MESOAMERICAN PRIMATES: DISTRIBUTION, ECOLOGY, BEHAVIOR AND CONSERVATION. compiled by Paul Garber. Compiled by Paul Garber, New York Springer 2006.
Garber, Paul Alan SOUTH AMERICAN PRIMATES: COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES IN THE STUDY OF BEHAVIOR, ECOLOGY, AND CONSERVATION compiled by Alejandro Estrada. Compiled by Alejandro Estrada, New York Springer 2009.

Book Contributions

Comparative perspectives in the study of South American primates: research priorities and conservation imperatives SOUTH AMERICAN PRIMATES: COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES IN THE STUDY OF BEHAVIOR, ECOLOGY, AND CONSERVATION Comparative perspectives in the study of South American primates: research priorities and conservation imperatives New York Springer 2009.
Advancing the study of South American primates SOUTH AMERICAN PRIMATES: COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES IN THE STUDY OF BEHAVIOR, ECOLOGY, AND CONSERVATION Advancing the study of South American primates New York Springer 2009.
Integrating social and ecological information in decision-making SOUTH AMERICAN PRIMATES: COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES IN THE STUDY OF BEHAVIOR, ECOLOGY, AND CONSERVATION Integrating social and ecological information in decision-making New York Springer 2009.

Journal Articles

Trunk-to-trunk Leaping in wild Callimico goeldii in northern Bolivia Neotropical Primates 16 1 2009.
Mating promiscuity and reproductive tactics in female black and gold howler monkeys (Alouatta caraya) inhabiting an island on the Parana River, Argentina American Journal of Primatology 72 2010.
Analysis of the hydrogenotrophic microbiota of wild and captive black howler monkeys (Alouatta pigra) in Palenque National Park, Mexico American Journal of Primatology 73 2011.
Qi, Xiao-Guang, Bin Yang, Paul A. Garber, Weihong Ji, Kunio Watanabe, and Bao-Guo Li Sexual Interference in the Golden Snub-Nosed Monkey (Rhinopithecus roxellana): A Test of the Sexual Competition Hypothesis in a Polygynous Species American Journal of Primatology 73 2011, p. 366-377.
Evidence of Allomaternal nursing Across One-Male Units in the Yunnan Snub-Nosed Monkey (Rhinopithecus bieti) PLoS ONE 2012.
Grooming reciprocity in female Tibetan macaques Macaca thibetana American Journal of Primatology 74 6 2012.
Infant mortality in Alouatta caraya living in a flooded forest in Northeastern Argentina International Journal of Primatology 33 2012.
ission–fusion behavior in Yunnan snub‐nosed monkeys (Rhinopithecus bieti) inYunnan, China Int J Primatol 33 2012.
Grooming reciprocity in male Tibetan macaques American Journal of Primatology 75 10 2013.