Hiring Organization: UCLA Date Posted: 2019-11-04 Position Description: The Lomas Barbudal Capuchin Project has been running for 29 years, and (funding permitting) will continue for many years to come. Each year we accept about 6 interns who stay a full year and participate in data collection. The project currently monitors 10 social groups of monkeys. Virtually all monkeys are well habituated, and their genetic relationships are known, as well as social histories dating back several years in most cases. The primary focus of research during primary focus during 2020-21 will be the role of alloparents (and grandparents in particular) in shaping the learning environment for young capuchins, though we will also be continuing many long-term projects related to life history and cultural ev

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