Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Dolhinow, Phyllis Carol (Jay-Dolhinow)

US primatologist at UC Berkeley; Aka Phyllis Jay. A Washburn student at the University of Chicago, she studied northern Indian langurs (Presbytis entellus) in the field as early as 1958, and focused on mother-infant relations and social development. Dolhinow was one of the first primatologists of the modern era to utilize data from primate field studies. Editor of Primates: Studies in Adaptation and Variability (1968); editor of Primate Patterns (1972); co-editor (with S. Washburn) of Perspectives on Human Evolution (1968).

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