Human Evolution and Male Aggression: Debunking the Myth of Man and Ape

by Anne Innis Dagg and Lee E. Harding

About Anne Dagg

Anne Innis Dagg is a faculty member in the Independent Studies program at the University of Waterloo. She holds a PhD from that university, and a BA and MA from the University of Toronto. Dr. Dagg has published over 60 refereed papers related to animal behavior and bias in academia. Her recent books include Love of Shopping is Not a Gene: Problems with Darwinian Psychology, Pursuing Giraffe, The Social Behavior of Older Animals, and Animal Friendships.

About Lee E. Harding

Lee E. Harding is an environmental consultant with a PhD in Wildlife Toxicology from Gifu University (Japan) and a BSc in Wildlife Management from Humboldt State University (California). Dr. Harding is a Registered Professional Biologist (R.P.Bio.) in British Columbia, Canada. As an environmental consultant during 1972-1976, he studied wildlife ecology in forest and tundra ecosystems throughout northern and western Canada. In 1976 he joined Environment Canada to manage pollution assessment programs, first in Alberta and Northwest Territories and then in British Columbia. From 1994 to 1997 he managed the Wildlife Toxics group at the Canadian Wildlife Service in Delta, BC. In 1998 he returned to environmental consulting, studying wildlife in many parts of the world. In his spare time, he writes on toxicology and conservation biology of endangered species with a recent focus on primates in Southeast Asia.


 

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